Autism Support & Community Williamsburg VA
Autism is a harrowing illness to live with and raising someone with this affliction takes support, reassurance and guidance. There are whole networks and communities built to offer aid, comfort and care to those with and those raising someone who is autistic; the battle against autism does not have to be fought alone.
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Coffee & Chat Virginia Beach
Dates: 11/27/2014 – 11/27/2014
Panera Bread (Pembroke) Virginia Beach
300 Constitution Drive
Come meet new friends, share ideas, get support and encouragement and find out about resources and more! This group is facilitated by Theresa Zano-McMillian, Vice President/Medicaid Mentor.
PENINSULA General Meeting:
Dates: 11/27/2014 – 11/27/2014
Greenwood Christian Academy Williamsburg
5251-37 John Tyler Highway
Join us we hear updates from Dr. Eric Madren on using the Biomedical Approach in treating Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Eric Madren received a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgetown University in 1990 and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Virginia in 1994. He completed residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Virginia in 1997, serving as Chief Resident in his final year. He served three years on active duty in the U.S. Air Force as a family physician at Langley, AFB and has been in private practice in Virginia Beach since 2000. His practice includes the full spectrum of family medicine from newborns to the elderly with a particular emphasis on caring for children with autism spectrum disorders. He lives in Chesapeake with his wife and their two children.