Autism is Treatable!
Help Our Autism is Treatable Campaign
As you have read in the many media reports of the so-called "Autism Summit," (a meeting in Washington DC in late November, 2003), the Federal Government and several multi-million dollar autism groups hope to be "finding effective drugs for the symptoms of autism" in 7 to 10 years.
NONSENSE! We need to tell them, and the media, and the tens of thousands of families of autistic children who don't know, that many effective treatments are available NOW. If your child has recovered from autism, or improved dramatically, and you would be willing to speak to the media about your child's recovery, YOUR HELP IS NEEDED. The Autism Research Institute has begun compiling an extensive list of families throughout the United States who are willing to talk to the media about their child's recovery. (read full letter and fill out form)
Forms and Evaluations | Recovered Children | The Biomedical Approach | Chelation | Diet
Educational Therapies | Supplements | Common Laboratory Tests | How to Respond to Critics
Family and Friends | Drugs
Forms and Evaluations
The Biomedical Approach (back to top)
Chelation (back to top)
Diets (back to top)
Educational Therapies (back to top)Also see For Familes Living with Autism, Educational Therapies
Supplements (back to top)
How to Respond to Critics (back to top)
Emerging research should convince critics:
Autism Advocate's Environmental Health and Autism Pages on ASA Website
Scientific talks, presentations and panels featuring dramatically improved and recovered children are available online for free in the Dan Webcast section.
Other recommended links:
Family and Friends (back to top)
Several parents have published brief, written accounts of their children's dramatic improvement and even recoveries and posted them for free online. Printing and sharing their stories may help your family better understand your efforts.
- Karyn Seroussi (updated 2006) We Rescued Our Child From Autism
- Edward Arranga: Autism Treatment and Recovery
- Christina Adams: More Than Enough I Can't See Anything Else
- Generation Rescue
- Recovered From Autism
- Treating Autism (Great Britian)