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When Mom and Dad Disagree About Autism Intervention

When Mom and Dad Disagree About Autism Intervention

Undoubtedly, the most stressful challenge that any family might face is illness in their child. Even in cases where treatment is established, e.g. acute leukemia, there are bound to be differences of opinion about which doctor, or hospital will do the best job. When...
I Watched Vaxxed

I Watched Vaxxed

I am not against childhood vaccinations. I have expressed that opinion in more than a few blogposts. Nonetheless, it appears that more information is needed, and controversies must be addressed, before the gods of modern medicine can simply dismiss the thousands of...
Evidence-Based Pediatric Special Needs Medicine

Evidence-Based Pediatric Special Needs Medicine

At an autism fundraiser lately, I took the opportunity to speak with one of the leaders in our local treatment community. I felt that his understanding of complementary and alternative protocols was limited at best, and looked upon with suspicion and even derision at...
Notes from the Autism Education Summit

Notes from the Autism Education Summit

In the beginning of the autism epidemic, conferences included practitioners and families interested in assisting patients in their journey toward recovery. As the information has become more extensive and complicated, the needs and expectations of various parties...
Reflections at the End of the School Year from the Mom of a child with ASD

Reflections at the End of the School Year from the Mom of a child with ASD

Some of you may remember me from my first guest blog entry a few years ago. This was where we were on our journey back then: http://www.theautismdoctor.com/a-moms-journey-with-autism/ Here’s how incredibly far we’ve come… This year, for the first time, the end of...