Category Archives: Autism

What I Learned at AutismOne

Note: I’ve got some video links to update as they get posted.  They should all be up by Tuesday.   I can go all day, but not all night.  I turn into a pumpkin somewhere between 7pm and 9 pm. … Continue reading

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This what your brain looks like on neurofeedback. Any questions?

I’m a big fan of LORETA 19-channel neurofeedback.  BIG, BIG FAN! This is a quick snapshot of my son Kyle’s QEEG after only 3 sessions … This is one page that shows coherence, which is the brain’s ability to talk … Continue reading

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Letter to a New Autism Mom

photo credit Dear New Mom, Welcome to the club.  I am deeply sorry you find yourself in our company, but because the numbers of kids with autism continue to rise (1 in 50 for heaven’s sake!!), you won’t find yourself … Continue reading

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ADHD/ASD: Alternative Treatments, Brain Re-Balancing

Kyle with Mozart playing in left ear only. First up: Brain re-balancing There are a lot of snarky “it’s a scam” reviews of Brain Balance out there on the interwebs. I, however, am not writing one of them. I am … Continue reading

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Briefly, what we did

What worked:— —Diet!! —Antifungals, antibiotics —Probiotics —Digestive enzymes (I tried 8 different ones!) —Antioxidants, including IV glutathione —Methyl B12 injections with folinic acid —Detoxification and chelation —Secretin IVs Cranial-sacral therapy —Nasal oxytocin spray —Traditional osteopathy —Acupuncture —Classical homeopathy —Combination homeopathy … Continue reading

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Start here: Gluten-free and casein-free diet

This is the cornerstone of my son’s recovery. This is where I started. (And this is what we still maintain with the exception once a week treat of real cheese on a GF pizza crust when we order from one … Continue reading

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