Let me extend to you my personal welcome to our AutismOne Social Network. AutismOne is now the “one-stop-shopping center” for information about autism. We have the annual conference in Chicago, AutismOne radio, the Elizabeth Birt Center for Autism Law and Advocacy, the AutismOne Social Network and the AutismOne Store.
We urge you to log in on a regular basis and read the blogs and articles. If you see something with which you agree or disagree then please add a comment with your thoughts. This is an open community designed to help and support. We like to hear all sides.
Then write a blog, long or short, to express your thoughts or ask a question. I am looking forward to reading your opinions.
With my best regards, Ed Arranga Executive Director AutismOne.org
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Born October 4 1952 and raised in rural Connecticut, I worked for most of my life as a Tool and Die Maker until shortly after the birth of my only child Wyatt on September 1 2005. When Wyatt received a round of multiple vaccinations and suddenly went from being perfectly healthy, to being very sick and Autistic, the course of my life changed forever. My former passions of flying airplanes, photography, and fishing have all been replaced with the burning mission to restore my son to total health. With Wyatt now very near to achieving this ultimate goal, I now devote my life to fighting what I call “Toxin Induced Autism” and teaching others that it is possible to regain total health as well. I am currently writing a book titled Wyatt’s Way Home – The Road Map Through Autism, which details what my wife Jodie and I have learned over the course of Wyatt’s remarkable journey home from Autism. I have also built a website of the same title at www.wyattswayhome.org that details Wyatt’s story and restoration to health, and also contains a growing amount of information that I hope will be useful to all.
I recently had my first contact with the Autism One Community through the privilege of being a guest on Teri's radio show to share Wyatt's story. Since then I have been amazed to learn of the incredible depth and scope of what is being done here to help kids with Autism, and I am thrilled to now be a part of it. I am deeply honored to have been invited by Teri and Ed Arranga to add my bit to the fight by writing blogs and articles for Autism One.
In addition to writing a book, that I hope to soon finish and get published, called Wyatt's Way Home - The Road Map Through Autism, I have built a website of the same title at www.WyattsWayHome.org with which I hope to spread Wyatt's remarkable message of hope for total health far and wide.
My beautiful little guy Wyatt inspires both my wife Jodie and I to keep Wyatt on course to the total health he will soon have. The friends that we have made along this journey are just amazing people, with hearts of gold, that have become family, and also keep me supplied with energy. Having faith in the truth and God, and always remembering that what is truly important is the quaility of our love, keeps me centered.
Wyatt's website, www.WyatsWayHome.org is set up to be an ongoing source of the wealth of information that we have learned over the last four years, and are continuing to learn. We intend to use our website as a platform in distributing the truth behind the doings of a medical system machine, driven by profit, that is out of control and continues to strive towards being a total medical dictatorship.