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Stem Cell Fraud on 60 Minutes: Autism Parents Be Careful

Last night, on 60 minutes, they aired an investigation on stem cell fraud. I though it was worth sharing, especially after the Autism Stem Cell article I did last week. It’s a good reminder of how easy it can be for parents to be taken in. There are a lot of people out there . . . → Read More: Stem Cell Fraud on 60 Minutes: Autism Parents Be Careful

Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Trial in US

Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Trial

Families with autistic children must navigate a condition where questions outnumber the answers, and therapies remain sparse and largely ineffective. A clinical trial being conducted by the Sutter Neuroscience Institute in Sacramento, California to address this situation began recruiting participants today for a highly experimental stem cell therapy for autism. . . . → Read More: Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Trial in US

New Autism Study On Gene Defect May Lead To Treatment

New Autism Gene Study

A new study published in PLoS ONE gives hope for families caring for an autistic adult or child. A new Autism study on gene defect may lead to a treatment. Scientists had already determined that this defective gene was present in autistic children. They needed to do more research to confirm, and to see . . . → Read More: New Autism Study On Gene Defect May Lead To Treatment

What is Autism and Can Autism Be Cured

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Two big questions bring parents to the internet for answers. One is “What is Autism?” and the other is “Can Autism be Cured?”

Autism is a developmental disability that comes from a neurological disorder that affects the normal functioning of the brain. It is characterized by the abnormal development of communication skills, social . . . → Read More: What is Autism and Can Autism Be Cured

Autism Behavior Management Behavior and Techniques

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In my first post back, I wrote that I was having autism behavior problems with my son. I have since reached out to some professionals to answer questions about autism behavior management. As a parent, I like to think I know my child best, and that I have all of the answers. Well, I . . . → Read More: Autism Behavior Management Behavior and Techniques

Caregiving with Love: Five Tips to Better Healing

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Whether it’s your wife or husband or child, or a relative or close friend you are caring for, it is paramount that you become the best caregiver possible for your loved one. As a caregiver for my wife Jacqui during her brave journey to beat aml-leukemia, here is what I learned and can . . . → Read More: Caregiving with Love: Five Tips to Better Healing

The Children of Raquette Lake: One Summer That Helped Change the Course of Treatment for Autism

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What is it like living with autism in a world made for others? With over one million Americans affected, autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disabilities today according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. While early intervention services now exist for acclimating children with autism into school and society, it . . . → Read More: The Children of Raquette Lake: One Summer That Helped Change the Course of Treatment for Autism

Autism Treatment New Study Offers Hope for Early Detection

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For the parents of the 1 in 88 children affected by autism, the search for a cure and autism treatment can be difficult. Couple that with the fact that 40% of children are not diagnosed until age four and many parents find themselves in a frustrating position. Parents search for early detection and autism . . . → Read More: Autism Treatment New Study Offers Hope for Early Detection

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