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"He is now speaking in full sentences!"

March 5, 2014

It is amazing witnessing the change my son Francisco underwent during his first 15 days of the listening program, from…

Sleep & Autism: 6 Ways to Better ZZZs

March 5, 2014

We’ve all experienced sleepless nights; sleep problems are very common, and in children with autism they’re reported to be as…

Autism & Toxins: The Importance of a Non-Toxic Mattress

March 3, 2014

To learn more about autism and toxins, visit You can now win your very own intelliBED for your child by…

This Week In Autism News 6

March 2, 2014

This week’s news includes overviews of a number of new studies pertaining to gender differences in autism and genetic research,…

Learn the Science Behind the Benefits of Diet & Autism

February 24, 2014

GR: What benefits might my child see from following a special diet?      Julie Matthews: Benefits range dramatically from child…

GFCF School Lunches

February 24, 2014

Lunch is such an important meal—in fact, it’s the main meal that needs to sustain your child during the day until…

This Week In Autism News 5

February 23, 2014

This week’s news includes reports on several recently published studies relating to genetic science and the environmental impact of autism,…

Progress Following the GF/CF Diet!

February 18, 2014

My son Cameron use to get so upset, and I knew it was because he was trying to communicate and…

Top 5 Supplements Everyone Should Be Taking

February 18, 2014

While there are many supplements that are beneficial for men, women and children, there are 5 supplements that I feel…

This Week In Autism News 4

February 16, 2014

This week’s news update includes articles on a number of studies regarding the economic and long-term impacts of autism, and…

4 Ways to Apply Good Nutrition to Children with Autism

February 11, 2014

You know the saying, “Garbage in….garbage out!” ?   We can actually apply that to our knowledge of food!  Nutrition…

9 Common Questions About Feeding Therapy

February 11, 2014

Isaac’s parents were at their wits’ end.  Isaac, age 4, who had autism and sensory processing challenges, had reduced his…

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