We offer a 50 minute Next Steps Discovery Consultation for steps to take in autism recovery. If you purchase one of our packages, the $200 consultation fee can be applied to your package. Contact us with questions or book directly.
|Generation Rescue – an organization that provides hope for reversing Autism and treatment assistance||Biomedical Treatment for Autism – offered by Generation Rescue, a systematic approach to treating the underlying issues of autism within the body|
|Autism Research Institute – free autism education for parents and professionals||Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS): doctors trained in how to treat children on the autism spectrum. Has clinician directory.|
|AutismOne: Non-profit, parent-run organization for education and ASD children advocacy.||Talk About Curing Autism Now – Education and Empowerment for families with ASD children.|
|Sofia Health Institute – Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt’s website and team are featured.||Klinghardt Academy – Site for Dr. Klinghardt’s protocols, articles and educational materials, including video trainings.|
ATEC: Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist, a standard way to measure the effectiveness of a treatment you use
One diet does not fit all. Each body is quite unique in what it needs to thrive. However, because the Standard Western Diet is composed of toxic, processed foods that are not really nutritious, following some basics will be helpful. For instance, no processed anything! Fresh fruits, veggies, organic, pasture-raised, grass-fed meats, healthy fats, some grains. If these food have been absent for some time, supplementation is likely necessary.
Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon Fashioned from Westin A. Price’s research on diets of indigenous peoples, this cookbook not only has recipes of whole food meals, fermentation, and using bones and organs of animals, it’s chock full of great snippets about vitamins, minerals and which foods contain which.
Below are some great resources if you are new to diets.
Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet – Remove these foods that contain opiate-like compounds that affect the brain and watch your child, and likely everyone in the family, feel better.
Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) Diet by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride
Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) – This diet is opposite to the FODMAP diet (below), only allowing very simple carbohydrates that are easily absorbed by the intestine wall.
Low FODMAP (Fermentable Oligo-Di-Monosaccharides and Polyols) Diet – Developed from researchers in Melbourne, Australia, this diet has shown to greatly improve signs of IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome. To find out more, here are a few websites to check out:
Stanford Digestive Health Center
Shepherd Works – based in Melbourne, Australia. Has cookbooks and recipes for low FODMAP cooking.
Body Ecology Diet – This is really about changing lifestyle and food to incorporate more healthy gut flora through fermented foods. Donna Gates, founder, has a program for helping with autism called BEDROK (Body Ecology Diet Recovering Our Kids).
Products we believe in
Echo H20 – Hydrogen enriched water systems that are highly effective in helping recover kids from autism.
Ion foot detox bath by A Major Difference – A safe and non-invasive way to detoxify the body using the power of ions.
GetHealthyAgain.com – a supplier of supplements and health products that are uniquely energized, similar to homeopathic remedies that work gently and deeply.
Movement Therapies for reflex and sensory integration
Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI) – non-invasive techniques that improve, restore or optimize function, despite the challenges that may be present.
MovePlayThrive.com – Brain Development through movement and play – neurodevelopmental movement programs for professionals and parents, including on line courses.