9th Annual Zoowalk • Saturday, October 5, 2013!
Our Fundraising Goal
The Zoowalk for Autism Research is an annual walk held to raise funds for Autism/Asperger's Research program at ASU. The walk is a family-oriented gathering that anyone can join, including children, adults, grandparents, students, corporate teams and more.
So gather your friends, family, and coworkers and enjoy a beautiful walk around the Phoenix Zoo while supporting our mission to find effective treatments for autism!
2013 Goal: Our goal is to raise $150,000 to support several exciting studies for children and adults with autism, including:
- Multi-treatment nutritional and dietary treatment study (continuing)
- Begin planning a prevention study for high-risk families (those who already have a child with ASD)
- Special Probiotic to normalize gut bacteria and thereby treat gut problems
- Special Diet to reduce seizures in ASD
- Novel Therapy (GcMAF) for Immune System Problems in ASD
Thank you for your support of this important research.
Hope to see you Saturday, October 5, 2013!
James B. Adams, PhD
Director, ASU Autism/Asperger's Research Program
PS See the new 2013 Summary of Dietary, Nutritional, and Medical Treatments for Autism at http://autism.asu.edu
Zoowalk Schedule - Saturday, October 5, 2013
6:30 am: Registration Begins - Arrive Early!
6:30 am: Walk begins as soon as you finish registering
8:30 am: Registration Ends
9:00 am: Walk Ends.
After 9:00 am, walkers may continue to walk around the Phoenix Zoo as they like (free admission with Zoowalk wrist band) and visit our sponsors and exhibitors pavilion.