How to End the Autism Epidemic
I am privileged and excited to be able to preview the groundbreaking book (How to End the Autism Epidemic) before it hits the shelves in the next day or two. While we have lived a life with autism and endured the confusion doctors have around autism and the nuances of the medical needs children diagnosed for many years, we are now in a place where our child has recovered enough for the autism diagnosis to only ever to be hinted at, no longer underscored.
While writing that intro was easy, the reality of living with autism is not. Recovery is tenuous and it has taken many thousands of hours, countless interventions, extreme diet changes, medical tests, truckloads of cash, complicated supplement regiments and many, many, many, strange looks and weird conversations to get us here. So even though we do feel lucky the hard work has paid off, our child still has a diagnosis of post-infectious encephalitis.
However, this really is a much better place than when [Read more…] about How to End the Autism Epidemic – A review