Archive for the ‘HBOT for ASD’ Category

Scripting and Autism

Scripting and Autism

Frequently accompanying the emergence of language in children with speech apraxia, are parental concerns that easy questions are only repeated back, or that the child merely recites phrases from videos, etc. They wonder, “How can we fix this?” Well, maybe,...
July 4th with Developmentally Challenged Children

July 4th with Developmentally Challenged Children

While the rest of the country eagerly awaits an exciting and fun-filled day, there are some families who will wonder how to get through the celebration. Here are the top 10 reasons why this can be so challenging. The trip to see the fireworks may present the first...
Practicing Autism Treatment

Practicing Autism Treatment

The identification of supplements, medications, or protocols that demonstrate safety and usefulness in each individual patient of a certain age and sex, who exhibits a specific set of signs and symptoms, is certainly the most daunting part of this new practice of...
Neurodiversity and Autism

Neurodiversity and Autism

We are not going to cure cancer. Eventually, medical science will successfully treat melanoma, breast cancer, or lymphoma. One disease at-a-time, with discovery and experience along the way. Likewise, there will come an understanding of the underlying causes,...
Where Have All Those Autism Treatments Gone?

Where Have All Those Autism Treatments Gone?

Secretin, OSR, Namenda (memantine), Bumex (bumetanide), Actos, Spironolactone, and more, have all been prescribed to improve the signs and symptoms that ASD individuals experience and display. Some are only used in rare circumstances, others are no longer even...
Sleep and Autism

Sleep and Autism

Persistent, altered sleep is a common finding among young children who have signs and symptoms consistent with a diagnosis of ASD. This is a key difference from neuro-typical peers. And, like any person, changes in quantity and quality can result in further downstream...