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Talk About Curing Autism

Talk About Curing Autism of Alabama E-Newsletter


Coffee Talk

Coffee TalkThursday, August 11, 2011

  • 10:00 - 11:30 AM
  • Whole Foods Market – Mountain Brook
    3100 Cahaba Village Plaza
    Birmingham, AL 35243
  • Driving Directions

Want to discuss your Autism Journey with people who really get it? Here is an excellent opportunity to connect with other TACA families. Come join us for coffee or dinner to chat all topics related to autism and receive support from TACA’s Parent Volunteers.


What’s Bugging You?

Karen Hubert photoSaturday, August 20, 2011

  • 2:00 - 4:00 PM
  • Brookwood Baptist Church
    3449 Overton Road
    Birmingham, AL 35223
  • Driving Directions

Speaker: Karen Hubert, Physician Liaison and Nutrition Consultant for Great Plains Lab

Are you STILL struggling with gut issues after years of treatments and wonder what to do? Why are Candida and other bugs so important in ASD? Are you confused about lab testing? Do you wonder which ones to do, when to do them, and what they mean? Would you like inexpensive treatment tips as well as ideas for saving money with lab testing? Karen Hubert will be answering all these questions and more!Bring your GPL lab results and learn what the most important markers are as well as which nutritional interventions are the most beneficial based on your lab results.

Read More about Karen Hubert.

New & Improved TACA Resource Library!

The TACA Resource Library is new and improved with many new additions thanks to a gracious donation from the Autism Research Institute (ARI). Members, please be sure to return any current items you may have checked out and check out the great selection of new materials.

How TACA Helps Alabama Families

TACA does not charge admission to the meetings, nor does it assess annual membership fees for families it supports. Meetings feature:

  • Free TACA Autism Journey Guides (over 300 pages of collective knowledge gathered from experienced paraprofessionals and parents) are offered to all parents of who are attending their first Chapter meeting.
  • Speakers on topics ranging from traditional therapies, integrated medical treatments, education, and legal support.
  • TACA's Parent Mentors - one-on-one access to experienced families who have successfully navigated the challenges of finding appropriate treatments and educational opportunities for their children, who receive additional education from TACA's Foundation Office.