Monthly Archives: March 2011
  • March 31, 2011
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  I remember when Matthew was only a few months old, he was a very handsome child and two of my girlfriends with daughters the same age as Matthew would jockey to try to get their daughters seated next to him at playgroup functions. It was actually pretty comical since they were so young and […]

  • March 31, 2011
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By Julie Matthews, Certified Nutrition Consultant and Autism Diet Specialist In the past year, diet has become a popular topic of discussion among parents.  With so many children finding benefit and parents talking and writing about the positive changes they see in their children, families are learning about this important intervention.  Both online and through […]

  • March 31, 2011
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When we decided to try the gluten free/ casein free diet I really wasn’t prepared. I heard Jenny McCarthy on the Oprah show and made a rash decision to start, cold turkey, the next morning. Matthew ate scrambled eggs, bacon and orange juice for breakfast whereupon I immediately realized I had exhausted my knowledge of […]

  • March 31, 2011
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An Ordinary Family, Autism, Community, Hope, and the Generation we have to Rescue “My Name is Tanner. My Name is Tanner.” Echoes through my brain every minute of every day. These are the last words my son said after his regression we believe caused by Vaccinations. It was 9:00 AM in our living room in […]

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  • March 31, 2011
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The majority of children I see initially in my clinic are having tremendous difficulties with sleep.  These sleep disturbances can manifest in many different ways: Not able to settle for sleep Not able to fall asleep until very late Goes to sleep well, but wakes up in the middle of the night and is up […]

  • March 30, 2011
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Jungle Jams – 20-song original CD is titled “Jungle Jam”, reflecting its many delightful animal songs, including the soon-to-be-classic “A Cow Who Likes To Whistle” (a finalist in the 2009 International Songwriting Contest), which features special guest performances by Oscar-nominated actress Piper Laurie, folk-swing icon Dan Hicks, Al “Year-Of-The-Cat” Stewart, and award-winning whistler & voice artist […]

  • March 30, 2011
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Autism: From Symptoms to Solutions, A Parent’s Track to Run On by James D. Smith, DC, CCN, DACBN, with a foreword by Jenny McCarthy. Featuring an Autism Symptoms Assessment Questionnaire covering common, treatable medical conditions, which influence autistic behavior, step-by-step, non-prescription nutritional and dietary supplement intervention protocols, and a convenient tool for periodic progress evaluation. […]

  • March 30, 2011
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Playability Toys – PlayAbility Toys encourages children to learn, laugh, and play! Their award-winning toys and games are designed specifically for children with targeted special needs. They are dedicated to working in partnership with special needs families, therapists, teachers and supporting organizations to develop and offer the highest quality and most entertaining toys possible! Children of […]

  • March 30, 2011
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Today I Ate A Rainbow is a chart that makes eating a rainbow of fruits and vegetables fun for kids! This chart uses non toxic magnets, made from 70% recycled materials, to encourage kids to eat a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables with the healthy goal of eating a rainbow each day. The chart […]

  • March 30, 2011
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Heart Wings – a unique gift that gives comfort and love when you can’t be there to support your loved one. The cheery Autism Awareness HeartWings pillow is the perfect gift for young and old alike. Children love to hold onto it and put special things in the pocket on the pillow. Adults use it […]