Monthly Archives: July 2013
  • July 30, 2013
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Many researchers, physicians and other practitioners believe that neurofeedback should be an early intervention in the autistic spectrum. Given what we now know about brain function and the role neurofeedback can play in enhancing it, I believe that it should be the very first thing undertaken by any family whose child is suspected of starting […]

  • July 23, 2013
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As I begin my running, I think back to when my wife and I began biomedical treatment for Harrison. The first “biomed” practitioner we took him to was in Wisconsin, and it was in the month of February. Needless to say (for the Midwest), there was just a bad snowstorm, and I knew the roads […]

  • July 23, 2013
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Have you ever heard the term “trying to close the gap”? This is a term I hear often and it refers to closing the gap between a special child and his/her peers. While I certainly support the idea of helping every child to be able to fully integrate and succeed with other children his/her age, […]

  • July 23, 2013
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This is an article written by Molly Clarke of Social Security Disability Help. Molly regularly contributes to the SSD Help blog where she works to promote disability awareness and assist individuals throughout the Social Security Disability application process.  Social Security Disability Benefits and Autism As the parent or guardian of a child with autism, you […]

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  • July 10, 2013
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Tis the season~for long summer nights, outdoor concerts, outings to the lake and the beach…the ideal time for packing up the family and packing a picnic. Eating GFCF doesn’t need to stop you from this culinary adventure~ it just requires you to do a little pre-planning about what you’re going to pack in the basket. […]

  • July 9, 2013
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For more, read the full article, “Improvements in Gastrointestinal Symptoms among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) receiving Delpro Probiotic and Immunomodulation Formation” in The Journal of Probiotics and Health (Volume 1, Issue 1) here.    Autism and more specifically autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are disorders of brain development characterized by difficulties in communication, social […]

  • July 9, 2013
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You really wouldn’t believe how often I get asked that question. Sometimes it feels like it comes up constantly. Usually the question comes from parents with a slightly worried look in their eyes and a furrowed brow. I can tell they’re worried about their other children, and can see that they love them, but also […]

  • July 9, 2013
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Have you ever had one of those moments when you just knew — that from that moment on your life had changed forever?The moment I met a little boy named Jeffrey (diagnosed with autism) — the moment his mom opened the door — I knew my life was about to take a remarkable turn.  Let […]

  • July 9, 2013
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We are all given struggles in our life. Some of them are life-changing. Some struggles we can look back on years later and safely say, “I was a different person before that happened.”   I would like to share my personal life-changing struggle with you.  Nearly seven years ago I was pregnant with twins. My […]