Annual Autism Conference

Theme: Navigating different spheres of Autism
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Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Autism 2019

About Conference

ThemeNavigating different spheres of Autism

Annual Autism Conference centers on navigating the different spheres of Autism. Autism 2019 points in latest information and offer new thoughts among the experts, industrialists and understudies from look into zones of Autism, Neuroscience, Brain Disorders to share their examination encounters, enjoy intelligent talks and specialized sessions at the occasion. The gathering will be a stage to globalize one research, to share logical encounters, to pick up learning on new innovations and directions. The gathering is planned on December 11-12, 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. We welcome sponsors and exhibitor to grandstand your items to our members and influence it to achieve general society through them. We request you to make utilization of this chance to improve the world a place to live in.

What is new?

Autism 2019 incorporates global participant workshops, addresses and symposia, including an assigned enlistment territory, a refreshment break and affair lunch. This International Autism meeting will include incredibly famous keynote and plenary speakers, youthful research gathering, blurb introductions, specialized workshops and profession direction sessions so, come and join driving specialists and united experts from December 11-12, 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands to stay aware of the quickly quickening pace of progress that is as of now affecting the field of autism and brain disorders.

Why to attend?

With members from around the world focused on learning about Autism, Neuroscience and Brain Disorders; this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants, conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential customers, make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this 2-days event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, and the newest updates in fields are hallmarks of this conference.

For Researchers &Faculty:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group registrations

For Business Delegates:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Companies:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  • Scientific Partnering
  • Marketing and Networking with clients


Amsterdam is the capital and most packed region of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Its status as the capital is directed by the Constitution of the Netherlands. As the business capital of the Netherlands and a standout amongst the best budgetary concentrations in Europe, Amsterdam is seen as an alpha world city by the Globalization and World Cities  contemplate gathering. Amsterdam is a champion among the most common explorer objectives in Europe, tolerating more than 4.63 million all inclusive visitors consistently, this is excepting the 16 multi day trippers heading off to the city reliably. Amsterdam has a rich auxiliary history. The most prepared working in Amsterdam is the Oude Kerk (Old Church), at the center of the Wallen.

Tracks and Sessions

Track–1: Autism

Autism is a complex neurobehavioral condition that fuses weaknesses in social cooperation and formative language and relational abilities united with unbending, redundant practices.Eugen Bleuler, a Swiss therapist, was the first individual to utilize the term.

  • Hyperactivity Passiveness
  • Lack of Awareness
  • Oversensitive to Sound

Track–2: Autism Spectrum Disorders

Over time, psychiatrists have built up an efficient method for portraying autism and associated conditions. Depending on how serious symptoms are, they are classified under level 1, 2 or 3. 

  • Classic Autistic Disorder
  • Asperger Syndrome
  • Rett’s Syndrome
  • Pervasive Development Disorder
  • Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

Track–3: Autism Causes and Signs

Autism Spectrum Disorders can be caused about by a few hereditary or genetic causes. A few investigations are being conducted all around, to learn the exact genetic markers or reasons for ASD, yet tragically, no conclusive answers or clarifications have been found. The earliest indication of ASD is a lack of responsiveness. The kid neither reacts to its name. There is an absence of impersonation of activities, discourse or outward appearances.

  • Mitochondrial Dysfunction
  • Chronic Neuro-Inflammation
  • Environmental Toxins and Stressors
  • Immune Dysregulation
  • Oxidative Stress
  • Glutamate/GABA Ergic Imbalance
  • Hormonal Imbalance
  • Dysregulation of Monoaminergic Neurotransmission

Track–4: Autism Tests

Early tests and finding make an immense effect and change in the lives of the kids having autism disorder and their families. As there is no research facility test for autism, so it isn't in every case simple to make an ASD analysis.

  • Applied behavior analysis
  • Autism diagnostic observation schedule
  • Childhood Autism rating scale
  • Comprehensive diagnostic evaluation
  • Embarrassing body Autism test
  • Autism Spectrum Test
  • Specific language impairment diagnosis
  • Advances in Autism test

Track–5: Autism Associated Disorders

Being autism spectrum disorder as a prevalent issue it is accompanied with various medicinal issues that are related to autism. They encapsulate Fragile X Syndrome, Cornelia de Lange Disorder, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, Angelman Disorder, Down Disorder, Rett Disorder, Catatonia, Cerebral Lipidosis, Cerebral Sphingolipidosis, Cri du Chat disorder, Crohn's infection, Disorder of Consideration, Dyskinesia, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Encephalitis-initiated Cerebrum harm, Epilepsy, Hyperacusis, Inflammatory gut ailments, Lesch Nyhan Disorder, Miller Dieker Disorder, Mobius Disorder, Muscular Dystrophy, Non-Verbal Learning Disorder, PANDAS, Pathological Demand Avoidance, Phenylketonuria, Rubella, Semantic-Pragmatic Disorder, Smith Magenis Disorder, Tourette's Disorder, Tuberous Sclerosis, Turner's Disorder West's Disorder and Williams Disorder.

  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Cancer
  • Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
  • Epilepsy
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Diabetes

Track–6: Autism and sleep patterns

Over portion of youngsters with autism and perhaps upwards of four out of five have at least one ceaseless sleep issues. Numerous grown-ups on the range in like manner experience issues nodding off and staying unconscious as the night progressed. These rest issues will in general intensify conduct difficulties, meddle with learning and decline in general personal satisfaction.

  • Difficulty falling asleep
  • Inconsistent sleep routines
  • Restlessness or poor sleep quality

Track–7: Health Problems that Co-Occur with Autism 

The wide scope of symptoms and practices related with Autism Spectrum Disorder are confused enough to manage without anyone else, yet include the immense range of different issues that regularly go with it and it turns into a minefield to explore.

  • Seizure Disorders        
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Headaches
  • Asthma
  • Immune Disorders
  • Eczema and other Skin issues

Track–8: Psychological disorders

These may cause obsessive behavior, speech and communication issues, and other issues that may appear like autism, but aren’t. Psychological Disorders are patterns of behavioral or psychological symptoms that impact multiple areas of life. Relatively recent research has revealed that psychological disorders are far more widespread than previously believed. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), approximately 26 percent of American adults over the age of 18 suffer from some diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.

  • Avoidant Personality Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Social Communication Disorder
  • Schizophrenia

Track–9: Autism treatment by using Stem cells

The cause behind treating autism with umbilical cord tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells is that autism, and its level of seriousness have been essentially associated with inflammatory and neuro-inflammatory cytokines comprising of Macrophage-Derived Chemokine and Thymus and Activation Regulated Chemokine. Intravenous organization of umbilical cord MSCs has been appeared different in clinical preliminaries to diminish inflammation. Diminishing inflammation in the autistic patient may reduce symptoms of autism.

  • Adult Bone Marrow derived MSCs
  • Cord-Blood Stem Cells
  • Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Track–10: Autism in Everyday life

Children and adults with autism spectrum disorder as well as their parents and careers face lots of issues and challenges on their daily life. Each child having autistic disorder is a unique individual with their unique needs and different abilities. They find persistent difficulties with social communications and interactions, restricted and repetitive behaviors or activities. They also face cognitive problems like attention, concentration and execution, finds several neurological, developmental and mental health problem like anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsions. Faces motor difficulties like standing upright or holding a pencil between their fingers and thumb and also faces trouble in functional and adaptive behavior such as eating or feeding.

  • Personal Hygiene Issues
  • Weather Concerned Issues
  • Maintaining Relationships
  • Autistic Parenting Issues

Track–11: Autism Research

Ongoing advances inside the hereditary art of autism underlines its etiological heterogeneousness, with each hereditary weakness locus representing a little portion of cases or having little outcome. The ways and headways in autism research helped in building expectation and reasonable can for the treatment of the medications. Further investigation, the outcomes may direct how advisors tailor medications for patients with autism. Changed autism examination works are led and engine helped by the medically introverted experts inside the field of pathophysiology, prescription, and differed restorative examples are researched.

  • Genetic basis of Autism
  • Brain chemistry of Autism
  • Autism and Intestinal problems
  • Immune response in Autism

Track–12: Autism, Crime and Safety

Individuals with autism spectrum disorder may have certain qualities that could make them to violate the law, controlling the hostility, feeling and understanding other individuals point of view. They may face inconvenience as this challenging behavior can pull in the consideration of the police. Despite the people’s interest that individuals with autism as lawbreakers, they are bound to be unfortunate casualties. Kids with autism are harassed, mishandled or dismissed by the normal youngsters. Researchers found that savage lawbreakers with advanced autism having deficiencies in good understanding, passionate control and understanding others viewpoints.

  • Conviction in autism
  • Forensic considerations of autism
  • Law enforcement for autism

Track–13: Therapies for Autism

Various treatments can help individuals with autism improve their capacities and decrease their symptoms. Beginning treatment ahead of schedule during preschool or before improves the chances for your youngster's prosperity, however it's never past the point of no return for treatment.

  • Behavior and Communication Approaches
  • Dietary Approaches
  • Medication
  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Track–14: Autism relating to Pharmaceutical Trials

Many Foundations conduct survey and trials to determine if certain screening instruments about healthy children are similarly effective for use in children with ASD.

  • Clinical trials of Autism
  • Advanced diagnosis of Autistic Genome Sequence
  • Early intervention program in Autism
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment
  • Improvising the Autistic Disorders

Track–15: High Functioning Autism

High Functioning Autism but it is referred to those children with autism spectrum disorder who can easily manage read, speak, write, and handle basic life skills like eating or getting dressed without much assistance. High Functioning Autism is often referred as the milder end of the spectrum.

  • Pathophysiology of High Functioning Autism
  • Causes of High Functioning Autism
  • Diagnosis and treatment of High Functioning Autism

Track–16: Social Interaction

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) take longer than other children to learn social skills. Social skills can enable your children to make companions, to gain knowledge from others and create hobbies and interests. They can also help with family connections and give your child a sense of belonging.

  • Play Skills
  • Conversation Skills
  • Problem Solving Skills

Track–17: Sensory Integration for Autism

Children with autism spectrum disorder are extremely touchy to sounds, lights, smell, contact and taste. Sensory integration therapy is to improve the limit of the child's cerebrum to process sensory data so the child can work more adaptively in everyday tasks.

  • Visual input and ideas
  • Auditory input and ideas
  • Tactile input and ideas
  • Taste, smell and ideas
  • Proprioceptive Input and Ideas
  • Vestibular input and ideas

Track–18: Autism Emotion Regulation

Autism spectrum disorder for the most part imagined as social incapacities since absence of social connection turns out to be most conspicuous qualities. Enthusiastic dysregulation is a key part in challenges for youngsters just as grown-ups with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASDs) in instruction, connections and business. Feelings additionally incorporate physiological articulations and reactions as they assume basic job in guidelines of memory, consideration, observation and physical reaction. A few people with ASDs figure out how to suppress as opposed to overseeing contrary sentiments. This assistance them all the more socially satisfactory, however the required interior exertion has the negative results of diverting from social exchange, expanding disengagement, raising physiological pressure, and upsetting the development of connections in light of the fact that the fundamental negative feelings proceed and develop.

  • Neural mechanisms of Autistic emotional regulation
  • Cognitive theories
  • Emotion regulatory strategies
  • Self-regulatory strategies

Track–19: Autism Adulthood

People with autistic disorder proceed onward to school, some go directly into the workforce, and others have elective plans. Notwithstanding the way picked, making an arrangement to push ahead after secondary school is the initial step on the voyage to adulthood. It is fundamental to recollect that youthful adults are secured by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA noticed that a youngster with ASD/AS can't be oppressed in school and past. "Change to adulthood" can presumably turn into a muddled procedure that begins as after a short time as child is conceived and proceeds as the child turns into an adult, through young people, so through the phases of adulthood. The change to adulthood might be an extreme time for youngsters with autism.

  • Age appropriate transition
  • Triggered depression
  • Indifferent acceptance
  • Motivation for the autistic individuals

Track–20: Autism Education

Autism education or affectability preparing can happen in a summed up way, in which understudies find out about acknowledgment and affectability not identified with a specific understudy at school. It can likewise be substantially more explicit to the requirements of that understudy and his or her family. It is basic to talk with the parents or guardians of the child with autism before any affectability planning is done.

  • Communication
  • Flexible thinking
  • Sensory processing

Track–21: Autism Awareness

Autism Awareness is the term used to depict the activities that take place, typically during the month of April, to educate the society about Autism Spectrum Disorder. It was originally declared by the Autism Society in April of 1970 and since then April has become National Autism Awareness Month in the U.S. and World Autism Awareness Day. Associations have been ‘raising awareness’ for over 45 years. There’s a growing trend within the autism community to advance that term into “autism acceptance.” So many of us—parents and autistic people—feel that we need to move the public past simple awareness into greater understanding and deeper connection to autism if we ever plan to make empathetic, caring and accepting communities.
  • Misleading interpretations on autism
  • Neglectance of autism
  • Autism education

Track–22: Case Studies

Ongoing advances inside the hereditary study of autism underlines its etiological heterogeneousness, with each hereditary weakness locus representing a little division of cases or having little outcome. A few of the year's most huge advances utilized new innovations to survey and built on the dream and traveler of data set up by long stretches of interest in essential investigation. The ways and progressions in autism research helped in developing expectation and reasonable ways for the treatment.

  • Diagnostic based case study
  • Therapy based case study
  • Medication based case study
  • Symptom based case study


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American Speech Language Hearing Association | The National Association of Special Education Teachers | National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders | Lindja e Diellit Association | Autism Society of British Columbia | Autism Society Manitoba | Autism Society of India | Irish Progressive Association for AutismThe National Autistic Society Scotland | Lebanese Autism Society | Venezuelan Society for Children and Adults with Autism | Autism Association for Overseas Families in The Netherlands | National Autistic Society of Slovakia | Autism Society of the Bluegrass | Centre for Autism and Related Disorders | National Autistic Society | Autism Speaks | Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association | North Staffordshire Asperger Autism Association | Judevine Center for Autism | Autism Society of North Carolina | Australian Association of Social Workers | Autism Network International | Autism Intervention Milwaukee | International Society for Autism Research


Autism Treatment Center of America | Anova Medical Center | EmCell Clinic | German International Clinic | Juventas Revitalization Clinic | Unique Cell Treatment Clinic | Action for Autism | Assisted Living for Autistic Adults | Neurogen BSI | Rothschild Foundation Center | Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia | Johns Hopkins Childrens Center | Akron Childrens Hospital | St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital | University of Rochester Medical Centers |Golisano Childrens Hospital | UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital | Ann & Robert H. Lurie Childrens Hospital of Chicago | Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta | Boston Childrens Hospital | Blooming Tree ABA clinic for Autism | Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital | Geneva Centre For Autism | Pivotal Minds ASD Treatment Centre | Autism Recovery Center | Beacon Therapeutic Diagnostic & Treatment Center | Texas Childrens Autism Center | Center for Autism and Related Disorders | The Resource Center for Autism and Developmental Delays | Autism Family Center | The Lovas Center | Autism Behavioral Network | Autism Intervention Milwaukee | Fairview South School | Development Disability Support Center – Japan


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Autism Related Journals:

Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology | Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy | Autism-Open Access | Journal of Neuroinfectious Diseases | Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy | International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience | Journal of Depression and Anxiety | Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Medicine | International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology | Journal of Neurological Disorders | Journal of Multiple Sclerosis | International Journal of Neurorehabilitation | Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior | Journal of Psychiatry | Brain Disorders & Therapy | Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Parkinsonism | Epilepsy Journal | Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuro immunology | Abnormal and Behavioral Psychology | International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience | Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders | Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders | Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology | Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities | International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology | Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines | Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry | Journal of the Learning Sciences | Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions | Journal of Experimental Child Psychology | Journal of Youth and Adolescence | International Journal of Science and Research

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