Can Autism be Treated?
Absolutely. The vast majority of children with autism can be
treated to achieve significant improvements in communication, behavior, and
socialization. In fact, the Autism Research Institute knows of 1,000 cases of
recovery as of 2006.
How do children recover? Recovery happens by pursuing educational
and biomedical options that are appropriate for each individual and by addressing
special dietary needs, gastrointestinal issues, nutritional deficiencies, metabolic
problems, inflammation, infections, and toxicity. The response to various treatments
differs from one child to the next. Therefore, the key is finding the right
resources and leaving no stone unturned. Please review all the biomedical, behavioral,
and educational treatments described at this site.
See the following web site for video lectures presented by leading
physicians regarding biomedical treatment for autism. This site also includes
video testimonials from parents with children who have recovered from autism:
Autistic Children Videos