Monthly Archives: July 2012
  • July 26, 2012
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I have already written a summary of the importance of ionic trace mineral and electrolytes in Step 6 “Essential Supplements.” Here is more detailed information explaining the value of ionic trace minerals and electrolytes in the diet for people of all ages. Where Have our Nutrients Gone? Unfortunately, naturally-occurring foods rich in nutrients are becoming […]

  • July 26, 2012
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I have already written a summary of the importance of ionic trace mineral and electrolytes in Step 6 “Essential Supplements.” Here is more detailed information explaining the value of ionic trace minerals and electrolytes in the diet for people of all ages. Where Have our Nutrients Gone? Unfortunately, naturally-occurring foods rich in nutrients are becoming […]

  • July 25, 2012
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Bio-medical intervention can be expensive. Especially in the beginning of treatment. Paying for consultations, first sets of labs, and buying what looks like a stock pile of supplements, can add up pretty quickly. But the changes we see in our children always make it worth it, and justifies the expense.In the past two years of […]

  • July 23, 2012
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“Since starting the biomedical protocol I’ve noticed that my son Kyle sleeps a whole lot better, he actually wants to potty train now, and he is just about potty trained in as little as two weeks time. Klye is trying to communicate his wants and needs more, his speech is much more clear now than […]

  • July 20, 2012
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A few years ago, at the 2010 AutismOne conference, I went to a presentation by Stephen Shore, EdD, and it was about taking a look at your own autistic characteristics to gain a better understanding of your autistic child. This presentation probably made one of the more profound impacts on me and how I understand […]

  • July 20, 2012
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What is one thing you’d love to do for yourself this summer? If you can’t imagine finding any time for yourself, take this opportunity to think about what you would like to do for YOU. It is so important to make time for yourself! Stealing a few moments here and there can make a big […]

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  • July 12, 2012
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Recently, I finished reading Dr. Martha Herbert’s book “The Autism Revolution.” What I really loved about that book is that Dr. Herbert describes autism as an interconnected web. She discusses how each part of that web can impact the whole web and how treating one portion of autism can help heal seemingly unrelated portions.I personally […]

  • July 9, 2012
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The mission at Dogs for the Deaf is to help alleviate life’s dangers and frustrations by placing professionally trained dogs with children and adults who have various disabilities and challenges. Dogs for the Deaf has recently begun a new, groundbreaking program to help children with autism.  Specially trained dogs – originally rescued from shelters – […]

  • July 6, 2012
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Each month we search for articles related to autism, research, biomedical treatment, healthy and green living, and general autism news to share with you in our e-newsletter.Here’s a roundup of all the articles listed in our June e-newsletters: Jenny McCarthy LIVE at the Samsung Hope for Children Gala VIDEO: What’s Trending, the official livestream partner […]

  • July 5, 2012
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GenerationNecks is a whimsical collection of fun and fashionable necklaces that you can mix and match. The vision and purpose of GenerationNecks is to make every individual feel the passion that Jodi Novick, the creator, has put into each and every piece and to feel happy, special and strive to live life to the fullest. […]