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Autism and PDD Support Network
A brief description of autism therapies that will give you an idea of what is available. Before embarking on any therapy or treatment, make sure to consult your physician.
National Autism Association
Here's some more information on autism therapy options, including early interventions and canine companions. Does a good job of summarizing the information out there.
Autism Research Institute
This resource, one of the best sites out there on autism, includes a wealth of information. Read articles about education and sensory integration as forms of autism therapy.
This page has hours of video on autism therapies. Most are based on diet and detox, but you'll also find stories of recovered children and ways to track their progress.
You just hit the jackpot with this site that has 50 different autism therapies. Each treatment is explained, including a success story using that treatment. Really great site.
With proper autism therapy, a child can overcome a range of developmental, behavioral and learning problems. Find out here why it's so important to catch autism early.
This video explains how family dynamics can play a key role in autism therapy. Through intensive family therapy some children have found ways to manage their autistic behaviors.
This autism therapy can play an important role in learning new behaviors and changing harmful ones. Find out more about play therapy and some emerging autism therapies.
A recent survey showed that most autistic kids are at risk for wandering. Use this safety information in case of an emergency. A good tool for autism therapy.
A recent study has linked some cases of autism to a brain-reaction to milk protein. Read how alternative autism therapy helped this family.
Talk About Curing Autism
Some studies have shown promise for autism therapy through antiretroviral drugs. Read about this process and why it draws controversy.
Do you think there is an environmental link to your child's autism? Learn about this alternative approach to autism therapy that has been successful for some people.
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