Category Archives: Recovery
  • November 10, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Eli is using Advanced Brain Technologies’ The Listening Program 5 days a week with the 30-minute sessions. Since we started, we have already seen improvements. Before, Eli had issues with certain sounds that caused intense behaviors. Since he began his “listening” we have noticed that these same behaviors have lessened. We have also seen improvements […]

  • November 6, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Generation Rescue is proud to share updates from our thirteenth round of grant recipients:  “Our son is in such a better mood and is less anxious. This has made the day-to-day life of our entire family so much easier. We enjoy things that a family should do together now. We could never do that before.” […]

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  • October 24, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Fall weather is upon us… and with it are many opportunities for you and your family to share new experiences together. One of the important ways to help children on the spectrum grow socially and emotionally is to try new adventures and model sharing your reactions to them. Fall is full of sensory fun — […]

  • October 8, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Halloween, one of everyone’s favorite times of year, is just around the corner. And so are all the candies your kids can’t eat. Never fear, here are a few tips to help your kids enjoy All Hallow’s Eve. 1. The Candy   Sure Foods Living, a wonderful gluten-free blog by Alison St. Sure is a great […]

  • September 26, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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My daughter thinks that Barleans’ Omega Swirl is a treat. I’ve tried other fish oils that were stinky and a battle to take and did not produce the same results. Barleans totally rocks our world! My daughters’ expressive language shot up several grade levels in just two months. I didn’t realize how rudimentary her language […]

  • June 25, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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My husband and I wanted our daughters, Mei and Min Min, to learn martial arts or some form of self-defense. Well, either that or Hubby jokingly declared he would get a shotgun! Because of the rising crime rates and bullying incidents in the news, we felt that it was crucial for the girls’ safety and […]

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  • June 11, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Summer vacation time is here—and for families who have a child on the spectrum vacations can require thoughtful preparation, creative thinking and flexibility on everyone’s part. For many of our children, routine and structure are essential to helping children feel calm and safe. Vacations mix that up—and take us into what can feel like a […]

  • May 14, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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With the wrap-up of our most recent participants in the Rescue Family grant program, we wanted to introduce you to a few of the families and their stories.  The latest study by the CDC reports that 1 in 50 school-aged children are affected by an autism spectrum disorder. The need to share resources, support and […]

  • February 25, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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“I feel I already see a difference with my son and the diet. I am just amazed on how my son is going to the bathroom and the behaviors have decreased in a couple of days. I’m so excited for my boy. Reading that book that was sent with the package “Healing and Preventing Autism” […]

  • February 7, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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After only one month of trying biomedical treatment in your grant program, we have seen many positive changes in our son that we are so excited to share! Angel is much calmer than he was before and his hand flapping has almost disappeared. When we added the multivitamins to his supplement protocol his bowel movements […]

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