Defeat Autism Now!Many families experience a range of emotions when their child is diagnosed with autism. While fear, anger, grief, and worry about their child's future are common reactions, some families experience a sense of relief that there is a cause for their child's atypical behavior. Whatever the initial feelings may be, it is important to recognize that Autism is Treatable. Early diagnosis and early intervention are key to your child's prognosis.
Dr. Keri Chiappino and Dr. Brent Reynolds support Autism Research Institute’s Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) Philosophy which promotes effective strategies to address the underlying causes of the symptoms of autism through nutritional interventions. As part of the initial consultation for all DAN! patients, the doctors conduct a detailed history and examination. Based on the results, the doctors determine a course of action for the patient which may include specialized testing,diets and/or nutritionals.
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To learn more about families coping with autism, visit Talk About Curing Autism. This organization is a valuable resource for families on the spectrum and offers strategies to hasten the process from diagnosis to treatment.
For insight on families of recovering children, ARI suggests the stories listed below:
- Selected Chapters from the book, "Recovering Autistic Children"
- Dr. John Green's "Joining Hands to Overcome Autism"
- Natasha Campbell-McBride - "My Son"
- Lynn Hamilton - "There is Hope"
- Amy Holmes - "The King of Metals"
- Amy Lansky -"A Homeopathic Cure"
- Kelli Miller - "Hope Renewed"
- Diane Savage - "Matthew's Story"
- Karen Seroussi - "We Rescued Our Child from Autism"
- Robin and George Young, MD - "A Story About Nicolai Young"