Are Alternative Treatments For Autism Scientifically Valid?

I just read a very interesting blog post at Autism Watch.  It was written by James R. Laidler, M.D., and entitled “Through the Looking Glass: My Involvement With Autism Quackery.”  It was very thought provoking and calls into question some of the information on this blog!  I think you will find it to be very interesting.

By-the-way, speaking of alternative treatments, I just posted a page about dairy free diets.  There also is a new page about the importance of maintaining good schedules for autistic children.

Great Source of Information About Autism Spectrum Disorder

I was just looking at the Autism Society Inland Empire web site.  It is a great source of information about Autism Spectrum Disorder.  One thing that may be particularly helpful to some people is their 2010 Resource Guide which lists over 800 Autism-related resources on 200 pages.  More than 75 topic areas, including Education, Advocacy, Therapies, Recreational Opportunities, Medical/Dental, and Colleges are covered.  It can be downloaded from their Resources page,

Helpful Tips For Living With Autistic Children

It can be very rewarding to care for an Autistic child, but at the same time it can be very, very, hard.  There are days when things go according to plan and others when nothing seems to go right and you wish you could have just stayed in bed.  Both you and your child need for you to know how to cope with those difficult times.  Even better, you need to know how to prevent the problems whenever possible.  Click here to download the free report, Helpful Tips For Living With Autistic Children, and receive a nine lesson email series of helpful information about Autism, Aspergers Syndrome, and ASD.

Welcome to my blog about Autism and Aspergers Syndrome



Hello!  And welcome to my blog about Autism and Aspergers Syndrome.  I have a grandchild who is autistic and I have become very intersted in learning about Autism.  I will be posting information I have found about Autism and Aspergers Syndrome – what they are, what causes them, what can be done to treat them, and how to help the people who care for persons with Autism or Aspergers Syndrome.