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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

New Pocket Guide Explains Popular Autism Intervention Approach

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Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT) is one of today’s most popular and effective autism interventions—it uses natural learning opportunities to help children make lasting improvements in communication, behavior, and other key areas. Many professionals who work with children with autism are familiar with PRT, but until now, there hasn’t been an easy way to demystify . . . → Read More: New Pocket Guide Explains Popular Autism Intervention Approach

Having Cord Blood Saved Can Be Life Changing for Your Family

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Stem cell treatment is a controversial subject depending on how the stem cells are harvested, but for parents of autistic children the theoretical implications of stem cell treatment may be appealing.

Disorders on the autism spectrum are wide spread; it is believed that approximately 1 in 110 children are affected somehow on the scale. . . . → Read More: Having Cord Blood Saved Can Be Life Changing for Your Family

Autistic Children Not Getting Help Needed

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Dr. Gary Snyder Puts the Word “Happy” on a Patient’s Lips

Yesterday I had one of “those moments”–a blessing that often accompanies my type of medical practice; the elation happens when a patient turns the corner on a health issue—one we may have been working on for quite some time. While that’s . . . → Read More: Autistic Children Not Getting Help Needed

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