Saturday, February 02, 2013

Autism Society New Brunswick Meeting March 23 MacLaggan Hall UNB Fredericton


Autism Society New Brunswick
 Annual General Meeting
March 23, 2013, 12:30 pm
MacLaggan Hall, UNB Fredericton
Room 53

Anyone with an interest in, or affected by, autism in New Brunswick is invited to attend the annual general meeting of the Autism Society New Brunswick.  The meeting is being held at MacLaggan Hall, UNB Fredericton, Room 53 beginning at 12:30 pm. 

If you are interested in attending please indicate at your earliest convenient opportunity by emailing me at AutismRealityNB@gmail.com.

Look forward to seeing you on March 23!

Harold L Doherty
Acting President, ASNB



MacLaggan Hall, picture above is located in the center of the UNB map below on Dineen Dr.   Parking is available at the rear of the building off of Windsor Street.  HLD. 






2 comments:

Roger Kulp said...

Totally off topic,but my first visit with Dr.Rossignol went quite well.My diagnosis of Cerebral Folate Deficiency Syndrome has been confirmed,and we are now going to start a workup for mitochondrial disease.Yes he thinks I may have both.and since I never developed any adult muscles,this is proof it kicked in as a child,but no one knew about either disease then.

I may be wrong,but I think he only handles the most severe,or medically complex cases,and he is one of only three experts on CFDS in the world.I can't help but think off all poor deluded fools who have bought into neurodiversity who will never get where I am.It's been a lot of very hard work,but it's worth it.

Roger Kulp said...

Totally off topic,but my first visit with Dr.Rossignol went quite well.My diagnosis of Cerebral Folate Deficiency Syndrome has been confirmed,and we are now going to start a workup for mitochondrial disease.Yes he thinks I may have both.and since I never developed any adult muscles,this is proof it kicked in as a child,but no one knew about either disease then.

I may be wrong,but I think he only handles the most severe,or medically complex cases,and he is one of only three experts on CFDS in the world.I can't help but think off all poor deluded fools who have bought into neurodiversity who will never get where I am.It's been a lot of very hard work,but it's worth it.