South East European Conference on Autism

In the last decade, we’ve seen a great development in the field of science in terms of studying the causes and novel medical treatments for autism spectrum disorder.

In recent years, we have been bombarded with numbers related to the COVID19 epidemic, accustomed to the number of infected, dead, vaccinated. In addition to COVID19, there are other epidemics. One of them is the autism epidemic.

At the moment, in addition to the current figures of the American CDC (1 in 54 children), and which refer to school-age children, (i.e., not to those born in the last 6 years), other statistics are available. One of those is the statistics of the American state of New Jersey. As the most affected federal state, it records a percentage of 1 in 32 (still, school-age children). By comparison, at this point (September 2021) the percentage of people so far infected with the Covid-19 virus in the world is 1 in 35. So, New Jersey has a bigger problem with autism in children than the world with the COVID-19 virus.

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About Belgrade

Located at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube, Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe and, next to Athens, the largest urban entity in the Balkans. The oldest archeological finds from its area date back to the fifth millennium BC. Members of the Celtic tribe founded Singidunum in the 3rd century BC, while the first mention of Belgrade dates from 878.

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, with about 1.6 million inhabitants. It covers 3.6% of the territory of Serbia, and it is home to 15.8% of the population of Serbia and employs 31.2% of all employees in Serbia.

Belgrade is the seat of Serbian culture, education and science. It has the largest concentration of institutions in the field of science and art of national importance.

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