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Easter Seals and Autism

Mission: Easter Seals provides exceptional services to ensure that people living with autism and other disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.

The Dreams of a Father so real I live it everyday

I am very excited to be a new blogger on the Autism One Site. I bring to the table over six years of studying the Autism issues for approximately 100 hours a week. So I figure I have over 31,000 hours of study time in. I have read studies, blogs, emails, posts, books, and have lived with a non verbal son dealing with Autism all that time. I have been helping raise awareness on all fronts. We have many irons in the fire and need all hands on deck.

I am mother of a child diagnosed with Autism

Fourteen years ago there was limited information available on autism. I found only two books that offered me any kind of hope. Thinking in Pictures by; Temple Grandin was one and Somebody Somewhere by; Donna Williams was the second. Both women are considered to have a high functioning autism.

Today, with the use of the Internet and the thousands of books being written on the subject of autism everyone is an expert. Parents have so much information available. How can you possibility decide what direction to take?

Brunett: Rhonda Brunett : Unlocking the Door to Autism

Unlocking the Door to Autism is a down to earth program that will cover many facets of Autism. Because understanding can help to diminish fears and frustrations and give solace and hope, the program will feature frank discussions with educators, health care professionals and parents of Autistic children. Topics will offer insight and will expose some of the myths and mysteries that that often occur when there is no one to talk to or no one to relate to. The goal to Unlocking the Door to Autism is to open the doors to encouragement, support and education.

Results of DMSA Treatment Study

Determine if DMSA/glutathione therapy helps children with autism.

Overcoming Obstacles with Autism Siblings

The mere diagnosis of a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder can render a parent speechless. With the increase of Autism Awareness, diagnosis is becoming greater, however what to do once a child is diagnosed is often incomplete. One facet often overlooked is the siblings of the child with autism. How is autism affecting them and how should a family deal with the various issues which arise?

How to start biomedical intervention for ASD Children

Basic Introduction: Biomedical intervention should be part of a comprehensive and complete intervention plan.

A complete intervention plan includes:
• Biomedical interventions (with dietary interventions)
• One on one behavioral intervention: (i.e. ABA, speech, occupational therapy, floortime, TEAACH, RDI, VBA)
• Social interventions (i.e. preschool, social skills programs, outings into the community)

Biomedical interventions rarely show over night success – success comes from consistent, prolonged efforts.


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