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The following Rescue Angels were found:
Barbara Johnson
Annapolis, MD
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Kristin DeMarco
Annapolis, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Language Delay, sensory issues, spinning
Helpful Therapies: Feingold Diet, Biomedical, gluten free casein free diet and supplements.
How Therapy Helped: He/She Recovered!
Strengths: Cooking gluten free casein free meals. I am an expert on the Feingold Program.
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
My son has rescued me! He is my sunshine and my angel. I want to help anyone who feels desperate and alone like I once felt. I want to help someone see the positives in autism and also help them with the recovery process as it can be very overwhelming.
Gia Firth
Baltimore, Md
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Child's Symptoms: non-verbal,GI disturbances, repetative behaviors/stims, expressive and receptive language delays
Helpful Therapies: gluten-free/casin free diet, B12 shots, vitamin suppliments, antifungals, ABA
How Therapy Helped: Mildly
Strengths: I've read an awful lot and I have a son who's affected, that's what I have to offer.
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
Green our vaccines, support other parents as well as myself by standing together on issues r/t autism, our children are angels and therefore we are too!
Nikki Turner
Baltimore, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Social anxiety, language delay
Helpful Therapies: GF/CF Diet, suppliments and speech therapy
How Therapy Helped: Significantly
Strengths: I'm knowledgeable about the diet and some of the services around the Baltimore area. I'm an accountant by profession so I'm pretty good with administrative tasks.
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
To help gives families hope that autism is treatable and recovery is possible. I have seen great changes in my son as a result of biomedical intervention. We are not fully recovered yet, but we will be!
Deborah Grasvik
Baltimore, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Social, initiation of tasks
Helpful Therapies: Neurofeedback
How Therapy Helped: Significantly
Strengths: Asperger's Syndrome
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
It is a difficult diagnoses for a parent to understand and the spectrum of Asperger's syndrome varies from child to child.
Lucy Sigler
Baltimore, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Lost speech and concentration at 18months-after immunizations, had issues digesting food
Helpful Therapies: Gluten Free diary free diet and Speech Occupational therapy
How Therapy Helped: He/She Recovered!
Strengths: As an educator I feel very qualified, I alslo have done a lot of research on diet-vs-autism
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
I have a Masters Degree in Education-I would like to help
Beth Johnson
Brunswick, MD
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Jennifer Paris
California, MD
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Jennifer Paris
California, MD
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Jennifer Palmer
Columbia, MD
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Wendy Bellet
Crofton, MD
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Child's Symptoms: apraxia cronic diarrhea up in the middle of the night laughing and screaming lack of interest in other children holding his head crying for no apparent reason
Helpful Therapies: GFCF diet (especially GF) Probiotics ABA PROMPT Therapy Speech Therapy Specialized Preschool
How Therapy Helped: Significantly
Strengths: Apraxia. I feel that I was the one that has emphasized that PROMPT and Touch Cues work to help my child talk. I have spent many hours demonstrating to the school and therapists that it works and now they are all implementing this with my son.
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
To help other mothers
Lillian Fultz ( Nicknames: Lily or Penny )
Dundalk, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Loss of language, no eye contact, toe walking, hand flapping, tantrums, resistant to change, lining up objects, unaware of danger, no longer pointing, self injurious, mouthing unedible items, etc.
Helpful Therapies: Chelation Treatment, Gluten & Casein Free Diet, Supplements, One-On-One Therapy, Speech & OT,
How Therapy Helped: Significantly
Strengths: I've never really thought about it, but I guess it would be, teaching other parents ways of working with their child & I say that because there have been several parents that have wanted me to be their child's one-on-one therapist, but I explained that I couldn't because I home school my son.
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
To help other families with information that was not made available to me when my son was diagnosed, so that they don't feel so alone on their mission to help their child. I too did the "Google" search for "Characteristics Of Autism" to learn about what I thought my son may have & in the process learned how to start helping my son even before his official diagnosis, which his scheduled appt. with the neurologist wasn't until 2 months later. Also, I'm already helping families in my surrounding counties with info. & resources to help get them started, so that they are not as overwhelmed as I was.
Maryann DellaRocco
Ellicott City, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Sensory Processing Disorder, PDD-NOS, repetitive vocalizations, visual and auditory stims, mild aggression
Helpful Therapies: GFCF diet, acidophilus, sensory diet, B6/magnesium
How Therapy Helped: Significantly
Strengths: GFCF diet, OT, some DAN! protocol
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
My son is so close to recovery that I want everyone to know it is possible. I want to help other families in need.
Maureen Scarboro
Forest Hill, MD
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Cyndi Greene
Gaithersburg, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Autism/PDD
Helpful Therapies: Biomeds diet
How Therapy Helped: Significantly
Strengths: I help families find doctors, I have a support group of 200+ members. I have a hyperbaric chamber.I know the diet. I have 13 years of knowledge of research and living with autism.
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
I have been helping families for years and I would like to continue.
Aimee Doyle
Hyattsville, MD
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Melissa Hartman
Manchester, MD
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Sue Clark
Silver Spring, MD
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Allison Ditmars
Still Pond (Eastern Shore), MD
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Child's Symptoms: Sensory Intregration disorder, GI Issues, Speech Delay, Motor planning Issue
Helpful Therapies: GF/CF/SF Diet, Low Oxalate Diet, Sensory Intregration Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Nutrician Guidelines and vitamin and mineral supplementation.
How Therapy Helped: Moderately
Strengths: Diet, sensory integration therapies, finding services in our rural area.
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
I struggled to find help for my son in the beginning. I quickly realized there was no one to help him but me. I needed to be his fighting force and I've spent three years helping to get him well. I am always happy to help another parent do the same for their child. Its a daunting process and I really wish that I had someone along the way to help guide me.
Judy Goldberg Dey
Takoma Park, MD
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Anna Letaw
Woodbine, MD
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Child's Symptoms: Night waking, nightmares, night terrors, self-limiting to foods, partial loss of words, limited eye contact, no empathy, poor peer relationships, poor communication skills, poor emotional flexibility, poor sensory processing
Helpful Therapies: Restricted diet, nutritional supplementation, OT
How Therapy Helped: Significantly
Strengths: DAN! protocol: dietary intervention, nutritional supplementation. Sensory Processing Disorder, receptive/expressive language disorder
Why I became a
Rescue Angel:
This has been such a remarkable journey of hope and recovery that I want others with autistic children to know there are alternatives. Many have helped me, I feel compelled to return the favor.
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