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AutismOne 2017 Conference: Colorado Springs, CO




AutismOne 2017 Conference
May 24-28, 2017
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Hotel Elegante

Meet top doctors, therapists, and experienced parents
PRE-REGISTRATION PRICE: $79 (limited-time; general session lectures)
Active Duty/Retired Military, show Military ID at registration, get
free passes
Five life-changing days.
World’s most comprehensive annual autism conference.
With it’s fifteenth year, debuting in Colorado Springs!
Childcare, CME credits, and CEU certificates available.
Register at Link below
AutismOne 2017 Colorado-

During the Autism One Conference
“Help Autism” will host a group music therapy session/presentation.
Presented by NeuroRhythm Music Therapy Services
Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 5:00pm.
Presentation for the parents in the Breckenridge conference room on 2nd floor.
Music therapy session for the children in the respite rooms.
Conference room will be setup for 50 to attend. Drinks and snacks provided.
Please send email to with information and how many will attend. Thank you.




Welcome to Help Autism.

“Help Autism” mission is raising awareness. Assist public, private institutions, and companies coordinate services and therapies. Refer the resources to families, who have autism and special needs. Raise funds to help pay for services and therapies not covered by insurance or waivers.

Goals and objectives are:

  1. Advocacy
  2. Create, plan, host and attend events to benefit families with autism and special needs.
  3. Long term goal is open assisted living for autism.


For adults with autism, coverage for services such as therapy, integration advocacy, vocational training, life-skills instruction, assisted living, respite care, and work programs is critically lacking.

To counteract this inadequacy, Help Autism, hosts (or partners with organizations to co-host) events to raise funds to help families who have children with special needs, provide their child much-needed therapy and services.

Please look around our site and please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, or feedback.

Note: Help Autism, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all contributions are tax deductible.

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