Recently, the New York Times Magazine came out with a story that I have been telling parents about for the last decade. Recovery from Autism IS Possible. The piece, titled, "The Kids Who Beat Autism", dispels the age old myth that nothing can be done for these children, that there's no hope or no way out of autism. I am glad to see that … Continue reading the story "The Kids Who Beat Autism! Yes, Recovery IS Possible… My Daughter, Ashley, is Living Proof!"
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The question being asked by researchers today:
Does inducing a women with Pitocin during labor result in Autism?There is a startling coincidence in the massive increase in Pitocin use, coupled with the massive increase in Autism diagnoses. It's just quite possible of the linkage according to a recent study. In … Continue reading the story "Is Autism Linked to Inducing Labor with Pitocin?"
When a child is developmentally delayed, they are usually also picky eaters. Parents often find it frustratingly difficult to feed their child due to their refusal of most textures which develop into poor eating habits and an unhealthy child. They can hide, crush, crumble and even puree healthy foods into whatever their child is … Continue reading the story "Is Your Child A Picky Eater? Lollipop Listening Therapy Will Benefit Them!"