Thank you to the India Autism Center for hosting this webinar…

Presenter: Richard Boles, MD, Director of Neurogenomics at NeurAbilities Healthcare

Have you ever wondered if there is an underlying cause related to your child’s autism spectrum disorder? Or, are you curious to know if there are additional treatments that might be recommended for your child’s condition or symptoms? Genetics is a “hot topic” seen frequently in the news, yet, how it can benefit our lives is not always easy to understand.

In this webinar, NeurAbilities’ geneticist, Dr. Richard Boles, will discuss genetics in easy-to-understand terminology. Dr. Boles will also discuss what type of genetic testing is most beneficial to gather relevant information for children with autism, what the results may indicate, and which genetic testing companies offer the best results. This webinar will be informative for parents and professionals.

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