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FROM AUTHOR ALICE SHABECOFF: What’s really behind the increase in autism rates.

What’s really behind the increase in autism rates.
Alice Shabecoff

The just-released data on autism shows a count of 1 in 88 children, up from a rate of 1 in 110 three years ago and one in 150 five years ago. With each change, the response remains the same: Oh, that’s because of better detection and broader definitions.

ADVANCE LOOK AT THE PROGRAM GUIDE FOR THE CONFERENCE!

ADVANCE LOOK AT THE PROGRAM GUIDE FOR THE CONFERENCE! AUTISMONE/GENERATION RESCUE 2012 PROGRAM GUIDE!
Please use this link to access the program guide.
http://www.autismone.org/content/program-guide-autismonegeneration-rescu...

ONLINE PREREGISTRATION CLOSES MAY 14TH!

Preregistering for the conference saves you time in line...time you could be unpacking and relaxing in a Westin heavenly bed before enjoying dinner and reunion with friends, or time you could be grabbing a coffee before that first exciting lecture of the morning. It also helps us order the right amount of supplies just for you! Just $25 affords you 5 days and 150+ presentations to choose from, providing healing information for your child. We hope to see you in Chicago, moving forward together on your family's road to recovery!

KeepMeSafeID donating $50 to AO for ID/memberships sold in the month of May!

From Matt Holmquist, president, Keep Me Safe IDs, LLC

It is with great excitement I'm writing to you today to introduce you to a brand new special needs safety product that my wife and I have created. They are the Keep Me Safe IDs .

Reversing Autism Naturally- (7/7/11)(Part 5 of 7)(Day 2) Autistic,Brandon Shoots Hoops in the Gym

Brandon's Window (7/7/11)(Part 5 of 7)(Day 2) Autistic,Brandon Shoots Hoops in the Gym

http://youtu.be/CHv5jf8d4lI (Day 2 Part 5 of 7)

(Part 5 o 7)(Day 2) 3 years 2 months and 20 days after reversing his symptoms of autism using natural treatments, Brandon shoots hoops in the gym with his brother Anthony. In thi video you can hear Brandon say "That's a high score!" He comes to get his reward from Nanna,(a kiss) Brandon dribbles the ball, waits his turn, smiles and laughs. AMAZING! More Related videos
http://youtu.be/J_TclEb7W88 (Day 1 Part 1 of 2)

Reversing, Curing and Healing the Symptoms of Autism Using Natural Treatments/ Brandon's Window, Autistic Brandon Self-Taught Vo

March 29,2009) Brandon gives feedback on words SELF-TAUGHT
http://youtu.be/S2d2aw02NXc
(April 9, 2009) Brandon gives feed back on words SELF-TAUGHT on website Pinky Dinky Doo
http://youtu.be/mKBvVgZ1jkI
Brandon's Window (August 23, 2009) Brandon Self-Taught Apprehensive, Journey, Adventure and Ukelele
http://youtu.be/1Nkg2p9H95c
Brandon's Window (July 5,2011) Autistic, Brandon Self-Taught Words and Definitions from V-Reader
http://youtu.be/rP-VPIGdIrI
Brandon's Window (7/5/11) Autistic, Brandon Teaches Himself "Loud and Museum" Using his V-Reader
http://youtu.be/Fufx43s7zj8

What Autism Is and Isn't

As April, Worldwide Autism Awareness month, approaches I am once again reminded of the progress we have made. As a family, we have made immense progress! I am proud of that fact. But, as a society, we have made very little. That fact can be very difficult for families of individuals with autism. The misconceptions, stereotypes, controversy and misinformation that surrounds autism can be every bit as debilitating as is the autism itself, possibly even more so.

Dr. Wakefield: The Fight for Truth & Justice

Dr. Wakefield: The Fight for Truth & Justice Fundraiser

Friday, March 2, 7:00pm-10:30

Hyatt Regency, 200 South Pine Avenue, Long Beach, CA                     

Seth Mnookin Shows How Much He Loves Autistic People

Panic Virus author and vaccine pusher Seth Mnookin has been having some PR problems, lately.

During his December PRIMR lecture, after I asked him a question during Q/A, he lied that I’d disrupted and interrupted past events of his which caused me– a person with autism – to be booted out. He later told a neurodiversity blog how upsetting that was to him – claiming he would have preferred that I’d stayed. He’s been desperately trying to show autistic people how much he loves them ever since.

Free Webinar on Preventing Bullying of Students with Autism

A few years ago, I interviewed many adults on the spectrum for my book Autism Life Skills about what were the important areas that concerned them the most while growing up. High on the list was safety. Many of them described feeling terrified during their student years. Practically all recounted instances of being bullied. A recent report from the Massachusetts Advocates for Children (Ability Path, 2011) shows that bullying is still a concern for most students: nearly 88% of individuals with ASD are bullied in school.