Autism Resources – Helpful Links for Information on the Treatment of Autism

February 1, 2008 at 12:05 am Leave a comment

My absolute favorite place for information about autism is the Autism Research Institute.  They hold a place dear to my heart because it was through the publications and information from the ARI that I gained a clearer understanding of the causes and treatments for autism.  Their website has been my greatest source of information and encouragement as I have navigated my way through treatment for my son.  The ARI has the most information about effective treatment of autism that I have seen online. 

For over 30 years, the ARI has been conducting research regarding the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of autism.  They boast the world’s largest database of case histories of autistic children from around the world.  But, most importantly to me, they combine this top-notch experience with the message of hope! 

In case you have not yet discovered the Autism Research Institute, their website is www.autism.com.  They also have a monthly e-newsletter.  Here is the link to January 2008.  http://autism.com/ari/enewsletter/enewsletter_200801.htm.  Make sure to read the article “Letters:  Evolution of the Reluctant Biomedical Mom.”  It is a great encouragement!

On another note, the latest buzz has been the ABC television show “Eli Stone”.  In response, the news media is coming out with stories defending current vaccination ingredients and policy.  Here are some links with information presenting the other side of the story:

www.generationrescue.com

www.safeminds.org

May you and your family be blessed, and may your search for information and answers be fruitful!  And remember – there is hope! 

 Proverbs 4:7 “The beginning of wisdom is: Acquire wisdom; and with all your acquiring, get understanding.”  NASB      

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