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World Autism Awareness Day: How autism has changed the world? When is it and how do you recognize it?

I want my child back.” This is the most poignant cry for help I hear. Nothing grabs me more than these five words. This is usually followed by, “My child was developing perfectly well until he was eighteen months old…” I see cases of autism or “regressive autism” very much like a form of torture. Parents have gone through the unknown trials and tribulations of pregnancy, delivery and the first year of life. The first birthday, pictures are snapped, first time at the beach, toes in the water, the bathing suit stuffed by the diaper. Cute. The first time on a sleigh, mittens, hat over the ears, all happiness and laughs. The first time on a plane enduring the crying and the popping ears. Embarrassment. The pictures are up on the screen saver. Life is good. This is what it is supposed to be. Within this time a new relationship forms and builds itself into our lives. This relationship is an uncommon one because we tend to develop relationships with people who are like us. We
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Different Types of Autism Spectrum Disorders In Child and Adults

Different Types of Autism Spectrum Disorders In Child and Adults

Autistic Disorder (sometimes called “classical autism”) is the most common condition in a group of developmental disorders known as the autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Classic autism is characterized by impaired social interaction, problems with verbal and nonverbal communication, and unusual, repetitive, or severely limited activities and interests (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, 2005a). There are three distinctive behaviors that characterize children with classic autism. These children have difficulties with social interaction, problems with verbal and nonverbal communication, and repetitive behaviors or narrow, obsessive interests. The behaviors can range in impact from mild to disabling. Other common symptoms of classic autism include (Westling & Fox, 2004; Deutsch-Smith, 2004; Heward, 2006; Gargiulio, 2004): • Difficulty in expressing needs; uses gestures or pointing instead of words • Difficulty in relating to and mixing in with
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Case Study of 3 Years old autistic Child who reversed his autism.

This case presents to you what I generally see in practice. A slow but constant improvement over a period of time. These improvements are clearly traced back to the time the correct remedy was given. They are not due to other circumstances. The child is 3 years old. The pregnancy was smooth but the mother was not happy. Antibiotic was given to the mother during labor. There is some history of 2 ear infections within the first year. The child started walking and talking at around 10 months. 6 month later development stopped and he started to regress. The hand flapping started. He is very sensitive to sound. He now has very poor eye contact. He has a lot of night terror. Wakes during the night screaming. Even though he was developing well, the mother says was always better in his own world. He does not mind when the parents leave. He can be left alone for hours and he won't complain. He never asks for anything. I gave 2 homeopathic remedies before I could get the right one. The
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How One Mother could fasten With Her Autistic Son

Parents of children with autism are all looking for a way into their child’s world. Autism encloses people inside like a turtle shell. But every once in a blue moon, if you’re lucky, you find a way in or they peek outside. I’m fortunate to have found a window into my patient son’s world. Her son fell in love with reading early on. He’s twice exceptional, which sounds like a positive thing, but if you have a 2e kid, you know that it’s rife with challenges. There’s been one silver lining through it all and that’s been an early love and aptitude for reading. When her son was three, his preschool teacher told her to not encourage him because he would be bored when he got to Kindergarten. But She ignored her request. Reading calmed him down and made bedtime somewhat manageable. As a professional Homeopath, I can’t even tell you how much it warms my heart to often find him squirreled away somewhere with his nose stuck in a book. At last she found something to
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Top 9 Signs that shows that your child may have autism. Explained!

The most recent statistics show that 1 in 68 children are now being diagnosed with autism. While diagnosis is on the rise, a child typically is not diagnosed by a professional until he or she is over two years old. However, there are signs that could indicate your child is on the spectrum as early as six months of age. Signs and symptoms can vary, as can the severity of the symptoms. Be sure to monitor your child’s development, and consult your doctor if anything concerns you. It’s important to note that autism in infants can be recognized by a lack of normal behavior, rather than the presence of strange behaviors. 9. Lack of smiling Does your child smile back at you when you give her a warm, joyful smile? Does your child smile on her own? By the age of six months, your infant should be giving you big smiles or happy expressions. 8. Rare Imitation of Social Cues Does your child imitate the sounds and movements of others? Does he share expressions back and forth? Infrequent
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Homeopathic Treatment: Easier Ways For Autism Spectrum Disorder

So today I was done with a follow-up and speaking with "mom" and I was feeling absolutely wonderful because the creative process is clearly alive and well. It works! Redos work beautifully well now. All the tweaks and adjustments are working toward full reversal and it was great to hear from mom (s). Yes!!!! Thank you, thank you, thank
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