Listen, Learn & Take Action for Your Child at the
Real Help Now Conference
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2013 National TACA Real Help Now Conference Sponsors: Kirkman & Oxyhealth
Why TACA Real Help Now?
Searching for and finding the right information to help your child can be overwhelming for families affected by autism. The Real Help Now Conference was developed to bring the latest information on medical, dietary and legal issues for children with autism, and most importantly, help parents through the often daunting process of determining how to organize and prioritize their intervention efforts.
The Real Help Now Conference will provide two important tools for translating the information gained from the speakers into action for your child:
- Real Help Now Workbook with step-by-step processes to help you to determine appropriate interventions and timelines for taking action in the realms of medical and dietary intervention, education, finances and home life. (Sorry, this Workbook is only available at the conference.)
- TACA parent mentors who have been there, done that. Our experienced mentors will be on hand to work with you one-on-one to answer your questions and share what has worked for their child.
Whether you are just starting out on the autism journey or are an experienced parent, you will learn from nationally known experts about how you can help your child at the Real Help Now Conference.
TACA strives to ensure that the focus of our conference is education and support, and to provide a safe, supportive environment for our attendees. TACA reserves the right to refuse admittance to any individual.
Can’t come to the conference?
Of course, we wish you could join us. But TACA helps parents all over the U.S. even if they can’t come to a meeting or TACA event. If you are the parent of a child with autism who needs help, please check out our Live Chat feature or sign up for a parent mentor. You can also buy TACA’s Autism Journey Guide online.