Posts Tagged ‘diagnosis’

Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs Conference – Spring 2018

Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs Conference – Spring 2018

The Fall 2017 conference was ‘hurricaned’ out, so it’s been a year since I reported on the semi-annual 3-day scientific meeting of the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs. This post will focus on the two most controversial topics – one,...
Ten Top Toys Not to Get Children Affected with Autism for the Holidays

Ten Top Toys Not to Get Children Affected with Autism for the Holidays

Maybe this list applies to all modern kids. Especially as regards offspring who are ‘on the spectrum’, our experience and perspective from The Child Development Center can assist gift givers with decisions about whether holiday offerings are consistent...
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...
A Tale of Two Studies – About Autism

A Tale of Two Studies – About Autism

June 2017 Two quite different papers were published recently, which together directly address important aspects regarding our understanding about diagnosis, prevention and treatment of autism. The first article is entitled, “Functional neuroimaging of high-risk...
FDA Warning About Autism Treatment

FDA Warning About Autism Treatment

The FDA took the time, this week (4/2017), to sound an alarm about their notion of potentially dangerous off-label ASD treatments, by issuing, “Autism: Beware of Potentially Dangerous Therapies and Products“. The consumer update begins, “One thing...