It is important for the pediatricians to complete the CME (Continuing Medical Education) pediatric courses to maintain the licensure. In fact, most of the states demand CME for board certification. Pediatricians who want to gain CME credit can go either for online education or for live conferences. .
With . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons that will Make Pediatricians Prefer Live CME Conferences
With ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) or autism becoming an increasingly serious issue, there are many organizations that have come forward to contribute to autism awareness and treatment. The Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) is one among these organizations. MAPS is committed to providing care to children with ASD and other . . . → Read More: Why MAPS Conferences are Beneficial for Pediatricians?
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) have become an issue of serious concern in the present times. Health professionals, scientists and researchers are continuously trying to find the exact cause behind autism, and come up with effective methods to treat it. The Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) is one of the leading . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons Medical Professionals should Join MAPS SPRING 2015 Conference
Press Release – CHAPEL HILL, NC (January 8, 2014) – As the U.S. prepares for a tsunami of young adults with autism who will enter the job market over the next decade, autism specialists and business leaders will assemble in Chapel Hill, NC on January 27-29 for the first summit to press . . . → Read More: First Business Summit on Employing Adults with Autism NC
Best-selling author, clinical psychologist Anat Baniel brings remarkable results for special needs children to AutismOne conference in Chicago area in May
Best-selling author and clinical psychologist Anat Baniel will deliver a 2+ hour workshop as well as lecture with Harvard pediatric neurologist Dr. Martha Herbert at the 5-day AutismOne conference in Lombard, Illinois, on . . . → Read More: Anat Baniel interview on Autism One Radio May 8th
I have been working on lining up companies that might be interested in participating in a Special Needs Blogger Conference. I have had several reply that they might be interested, and to please keep them updated with information. Now I’m thinking, do we really need another blogger conference?
If a blogger wants to learn . . . → Read More: Do We Need Another Blogger Conference?
I am feeling a little discouraged. I wrote about putting together a special conference for special needs bloggers. I had a great response from other bloggers that would either be interested in attending, or in helping. I decided to go ahead and contact companies with my plan.
I sent out a lot of emails . . . → Read More: Feeling Discouraged About Special Needs Blogger Conference
I really enjoyed the BlogHer conference environment. The breakout sessions weren’t my cup of tea, but I enjoyed meeting new bloggers and PR reps. I also enjoyed being in NY. I also learned a lot about the type of blogger I am, and the type of blogger I would like to be.
One thing . . . → Read More: Autism and/or Special Needs Blogger Conference