Teaching Children with Autism

Understanding And Treating Autism

Understanding And Treating Autism

Whenever a doctor informs the parents that their child is suffering with Autism, the first & foremost question that is thrown over him is - How did it happen? How did my child get this disease? Well, there is no definite answer to what are the exact causes of Autism.

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Autism Support Program

Finding out that your beloved child has autism can be one of the most sinking feelings that you've ever had. You feel helpless at the fact that your child may not be able to do many of the things that other children the same age can do. Biomedical therapy research has however shown that autism is not always something that will stay forever the same way. Biomedical therapy has been show to help children with autism in ways that have never before been available. There are six steps to the plan to cure your child: Reduce the toxic load your child is experiencing, heal the digestive system, increase body nutrient levels, support metabolism and biochemistry, remove heavy metals and toxins, and optimize long-term health. While this will not cure autism per se, you will be able to help your child live a better quality of life because of it. And don't they deserve as good a quality of life as anyone else?

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The Essential Guide to Autism

Here is just some of what you'll learn: 13 common Asd (Autism Spectrum Disorder) misconceptions and the real truth for each this information will greatly help put your mind at ease about this mysterious disorder. The three main signs of autism and how to quickly and easily recognize each. The three broad categories of autism and how to immediately tell in which category someone with autism belongs and what this means for their treatment. The 5 most recent, most accepted theories about the cause of Asds this information may surprise you. 13 questions all concerned parents should ask themselves if they think their child may have autism your responses to these questions will ensure you know what step to take next. 28 additional signs of autism youll know exactly what behaviors to look for when assessing your child or loved one. Common treatments for autism and how to know if a treatment is right for your child or loved one. 18 questions you should always ask before submitting your child or loved one for a particular treatment this information will help ensure your child receives the treatment thats right for him or her. The six most common autism treatments used today plus, whether or not it is good to combine treatments. The positives and negatives of using Applied Behavioral Analysis to treat autism and how to tell if your child is right for an Aba program. How to choose an Aba provider including four things that you should always look for before deciding upon a provider. The five steps involved in a successful Floor Time program if a program doesnt include all five of these steps then it is definitely not right for you child. The effectiveness of the most common alternative autism treatments plus, 14 things that you should always look for before selecting an alternative treatment program. How to use the diet to help control autism naturally diet experts agree that many symptoms can decrease in severity and some may even disappear with a change in diet learn more here. Supplements that have been shown to benefit those with autism and how to ensure your autistic child takes the supplements without having a battle on your hands. 6 tips for a successful supplementation program these tips will help you cut costs and ensure that your child adjusts to the program quickly and easily. How to cope with the stress of raising a child with autism this information will have you feeling better and more relaxed than you have in years. How to ensure the safety of a a child with autism follow these 12 simple tips and your childs safety is practically guaranteed. How to ensure the education needs of your child with autism are being met including seven questions that you should always ask your childs school. How to deal with an adolescent with autism follow these tips to safely navigate your way through this difficult time in anyones life. Continue reading...

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A Parent's Guide For Reversing Autism

Whilst best results are seen in younger children the seven step plan I have outlined in this book, including the diet, can be applied to any autistic person of any age. Step One details the gluten free/casein free diet and why it is so important for recovery to begin. It also explains why, after only 6 weeks, a particular type of cows milk can be included back into the diet. This milk has a different molecular structure than other milks. You are unlikely to hear about this milk anywhere else in the autistic community as we have been told that all casein is bad. This is simply not true. Your child may be similar to mine and have no reaction to this milk casein whatsoever. I explain how to test your child for this and other food intolerances in step one. If you have a child who is a 'picky eater' or skeptical family members, then doing step one correctly will put an end to all that. This diet is strict and has to be done properly or you will not get the results you are longing for. If you follow my recommendations for diet outlined in this chapter you could see significant improvements in your child in as little as a week.

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Eric Chessen's Autism Fitness Assessment Toolbox

Eric Chessen takes you step by step using his easy to follow Manuals, Assessment Grids and Videos to better prepare you to understand your participants abilities and help you create outstanding fitness programs. The Big 5 Movement Patterns- Each of the major ways in which we perform physically. The Big 5 include: Pushing (Movement away from the body) Pulling (Movement towards the body) Rotation (Movement around the torso or hips) Bending (All squatting or pick-up activities) Locomotion (Movement from one point in space to another) The Big 5 are all multi-joint movements, meaning they do not isolate a specific muscle. They will often be used in combination, for example, a scoop throw is a combination of bending (hips moving down/back) and pushing (throwing the to a partner) Behavior-Specific Praise (Bsp)- A technique derived from the science and practice of Applied Behavior Analysis (Aba). The instructor provides positive feedback immediately following the individuals action. Rather than saying Great job!, a more effective response would be Great job bending knees and jumping! This tells the individual exactly what they did well. Increasing Duration of Activity- For individuals who baseline at low or intermediate. levels of Adaptive ability, one of the goals will be to increase the time they are able to attend to an activity. This is not a measure of physical endurance, but developing the skills of patience and resilience. If Chris Pac assessment shows that he is only able to perform activity for ten seconds before running away from the instructor, the current goals will include being able to perform exercise for a longer time period (20 or 30 seconds) before gaining access to a secondary reinforcer (2nd R+).

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Mercurys Effects on Babies and Children

As this delicate molding process takes place, special enzymes make their appearance in the brain, again in a specifically timed sequence. Mercury, as an enzyme poison, interferes with this meticulous process, causing the brain to be miswired. The process of miswiring can result in anything from mild behavioral and learning problems to major disorders such as autism and other forms of cerebral malfunction. Another way mercury seems to interfere with this process is by altering the careful balance of calcium within the cell. We know that calcium passing into the cell, and within compartments of the cell, plays a major role in the transmission of signals that direct the development process as well as neuron function. Subtle changes may result in minor behavioral problems, such as some difficulty with memory and cognition, or a loss of anger control. As a child, these conditions may be classed as attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or one of...

Mercury in Vaccines a Brainless Idea From the Very Beginning

One problem in treating children, as well as adults, is that often we find either low or even undetectable levels of mercury on provocative testing of their urine, giving a false impression that the brain is free of mercury. I must admit that I fell into this trap early on. This may be because mercury in the nervous system is so difficult to remove that very little is chelated during a single test period. This would explain why autistic children improve with chelation even when their urine mercury levels are low. Hair mercury is also a poor measure of brain mercury levels in such cases, one must go by clinical responses. Studies of autistic children have frequently shown very high levels of mercury, with no other source but vaccines found for the exposure. These levels are equal to those seen in adults during toxic industrial exposures. Several autism clinics have found dramatic improvements in the behavior and social interactions in children from whom the mercury was chelated....

Early Problems with Vaccines

Live viruses used in vaccines are also suspected to be associated with other disorders as well, such as multiple sclerosis, ALS, and autism. Particularly startling is the recent report of two cases of parkinsonism reported in young children who had been recently vaccinated with the MMR vaccine. It is important to remember that parkinsonism is extremely rare in Dr. Andrew Wakefield has demonstrated by careful testing that autistic children suffering from unrelenting stomach problems frequently have live measles viruses growing within the cells lining their intestine. When observed through an endoscope, the intestinal lining looks like a tube filled with cobbled outgrowths that are beefy red from inflammation. These cobbled overgrowths are lymphoid patches in the wall of the intestine, infected with measles virus. When Dr. Wakefield tested these viruses, he found that they genetically matched the virus from the vaccine. The measles virus, both from vaccines and the naturally occurring...

Jamie A Patient Of Dr Baker

My son Jamie is now three-and-a-half years old. When he was about 15 months old, he began to lose a lot of the qualities seen in normal children. He stopped talking, he stopped interacting, and he stopped making eye contact. All of this began to point toward autism. Prior to that time, he had been very, very healthy and had developed well ahead of his milestones, except for a very long strain of ear infections, which were treated by an equally long strain of antibiotics. Over time, we became more and more concerned about him. At about 18 months, he was diagnosed with severe language delay, meaning that he was not doing anything that the average 18-month-old child does to communicate. Also, he had developed a number of rather bizarre behavioral traits, including spinning and staring at the walls and only playing by himself. We saw a child psychiatrist in Maryland where we live, who suggested that we did have a very serious problem but that he wasn't sure that it was autism. He wanted...

Vitamin B Pyridoxine Toxicity

For example, doses up to 500 mg a day, when given to autistic children, improve about 50 percent of the children without significant side effects. Doses this high are used to stop seizures in a rare childhood disorder called pyridoxine sensitive seizures, in fact, it is the only thing that will stop the seizures and prevent deterioration to the point of dementia. Higher doses are also used to lower elevated homocysteine levels. Considering that a standard dose is 25-50 mg a day, the possibility of side effects is practically non-existent.

Dr Sidney Baker

All doctors are taught that if you get the right diagnosis, then you'll know the treatment for that person. My patient Jamie illustrates an essential problem with this belief. He was originally diagnosed as being autistic, and there was relatively little discussion as to the accuracy of that picture in Jamie. He really exhibited the classic symptoms of autism. But to say that, because we know the diagnosis, we know the treatment for all the people in that group, is not a very useful approach. In Jamie, the pattern of biochemical abnormalities was not especially characteristic of all people in that group. Jamie had a subset of problems that may go with that group, including disturbances of digestion (probably a disturbance of the germs that live in his digestive tract, which may be the mediators of the sugar response) and a bunch of other biochemical markers. My approach to treating him was simply to find everything that was out of balance and, keeping an open mind, to say, Let's...

Vitamin A

One more devastating side effect of vaccination is the potential for encephalitis (called postvaccinal encephalomyelitis), a condition in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the coverings of neural pathways in the brain and spinal cord. Studies have shown that when vitamin A is given to an animal, either before or after vaccination, the severity of the disorder is greatly reduced.516 There is also compelling evidence that the incidence of autism may be reduced by adequately supplementing children with vitamin A.

Developing Children

Other studies have described similar findings on brain development and function. In one study mice exposed to MSG soon after birth demonstrated significant difficulties in adapting to stress and to new environments,229 similar to behaviors seen in autistic children. A more recent study found that mice exposed to MSG have greater difficulty performing a non-spatial water-escape task. Examinations of the brains of animals exposed to MSG have shown injury to the hippocampus of the brain, an area vital for learning and memory, as well as emotional development.

Dr Leander Ellis

Autism is a collection of symptoms usually characterized by a child's inability to use words for language, an absence of eye contact, and an inability to relate to people--or even objects--that well. Little kids don't play with toys they are in a foggy cocoon of their own. An infant's brain is sort of like a do-it-yourself kit that has to be built over a period of about 25 years. If you stop him at any point along the way, particularly in the first three years, you are going to have what we call an autistic child. If you stop him substantially beyond that, then you get some attenuation of a child that is on a level that is much higher. If you stop the ones below the age of about three years, they tend to actually regress and lose some of the functions that they have already learned.