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Book Review : Outsmarting Autism

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When a new book comes out on the subject of treating autism, I am always interested in seeing the newest recommendations as research, therapies and protocols are always changing. Like many parents, I belong to online Facebook groups on a … Continue reading

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My Child Is Not Recovered

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From February to May,  my twins were in a severe behavior treatment program, M-F, six hours per day at our local autism center. It was very hard for me to withdraw them from school for 12 weeks, but ultimately I chose to … Continue reading

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Energetic Healing for Children with Autism and Their Families eConference

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 Energetic Healing for Children with Autism and their Families eConference 2014 Date: Available until July 16th, 2015  | Time: 11 am – 5 pm EST  |  Registration Fee: US $40 Register HERE Energy Healing What is Energy Healing? When you hear moms … Continue reading

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Autism Recovery: Thinking Outside of “the Window”

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I’m kind of a communication nerd. I love to watch and listen to people, decipher their intent based on word choice, style of communication, body language etc. You can tell a lot about a person by what they don’t say … Continue reading

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Autism Policy Reform Coalition: Be a Part of the Solution

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AUTISM: The latest numbers from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) say that 1 in 68 12-year-olds is on the autism spectrum. Given that those numbers represent a 30% increase from just two years ago, with no changes in diagnostic … Continue reading

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A Picture of Recovery

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This blog was originally published on March 20, 2012.   Picture it. A beautiful sunset. The sky painted orange, pink and purple. A red sand beach drawn along the shore in Nova Scotia. Two young boys running…no, frolicking in the surf … Continue reading

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Autism RECOVERY: I’ll Say It Loud, He’s Recovered and I’m Proud

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About a year ago I was invited to speak at a local autism/ADHD conference. I was nervous because it had been a while since I’d spoken in front of an audience, or even dressed up (make up! lipstick! hair blown … Continue reading

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A Village of Online Friends

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It has been four years since we started falling down the biomed rabbit hole. Life has changed in so many ways.  Not only for my son Anthony (who is now recovered from autism), but for me as well.   I … Continue reading

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A New Year, New Hope!

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Yet another year has come and gone and I was not sorry to see 2013 go by any means. As I enter 2014, I bring with me a renewed sense of determination, some Zen badass-ness and, as always, HOPE. Our … Continue reading

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A Grandfather’s Dilemma: Educating the Village

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If you regularly read my posts, you know I’ve been working full time at Recovering Noah, Inc.  The pay bites, the kisses are many, and every leap forward in development is a glorious event to behold.   A few months ago … Continue reading

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