Generation Rescue is dedicated to recovery for children with autism spectrum disorders by providing guidance and support for medical treatment to directly improve the child’s quality of life for all families in need.

When Lisa and JB Handley’s son was diagnosed with autism in 2004, they simply did not believe it would be Jamison’s lifelong destiny.  They committed themselves to healing their son.

Lisa and JB pursued all of the theories and avenues they could find, educating themselves as fully as possible as they reached the most likely conclusion:  the combination of antibiotics and vaccines administered to Jamison in his first 18 months of life had overwhelmed his system and triggered his body into a state of being that we currently call autism.

Armed with this knowledge, the Handleys began recovering their child.  To their surprise, they found that parents all around the world were experiencing the same struggles—and same victories.  In 2005, the Handleys decided to create a community for these amazing families.  They named it Generation Rescue.

Later that same year, Jenny McCarthy’s son, Evan, was diagnosed with autism.  Jenny embarked on an extensive search for answers.  When she found Generation Rescue’s website, it quickly became her touchstone.  The stories and advice from other families served as her blueprint for Evan’s own recovery.

In 2008, Jenny reached out to JB and Lisa to thank them for creating the organization that gave voice to her struggles and provided the solutions that saved her son.  Aware of how vitally important the organization is to so many families, Jenny offered to help any way she could.  She became president of Generation Rescue.

Today, Generation Rescue is known throughout the world for its dedication to the recovery of children with autism spectrum disorders by providing guidance and support for all families in need.  JB, Lisa and Jenny couldn’t be more proud.

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