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Hope for the Autism Spectrum: A Mother and Son Journey of Insight and Biomedical Intervention



When Sally Kirk’s son, Will, was diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), she did everything she could to understand his condition and to find ways of improving his quality of life. In this book, Sally shares the story of her journey with Will and how her discovery of biomedical interventions significantly improved his behaviour and changed their lives for the better. Based on personal experience and extensive biomedical research, the book shows how important it is to understand both the child’s mind and body, and explores how, when underlying physical problems are treated, brain function and troublesome behaviors often improve. It describes in depth the most common physical problems for those on the autism spectrum and the variety of treatments available such as minimizing exposure to heavy metals and toxins, alterations in diet, and use of vaccinations. This positive, practical book tells a personal story of hope and provides a wealth of essential information on biomedical interventions for parents of children on the autism spectrum. It will also be a useful resource for therapists, medical professionals and adults with autism-spectrum diagnoses.

Author: Kirk, Sally

Topic: Family / Parenting / Childbirth
Media: Book
ISBN: 1849058245
Language: English
Pages: 431

Additional information

Weight 1.27 lbs
Dimensions 9.02 × 6.34 × 0.85 in


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