If you were not aware of it, today 1 out of every 100 children are being affected by Autism. While this can come as a shocking news to most of us, the more disturbing part to it is the fact that this number was much lower even a few years back. If we go back by 30 years, we will see that only 1 child in every 2500 had been affected by this disability back then. So what can we do about it?
The good news is that today autism sees much more awareness programs and aidsforautism today and people are well knowledgeable on it than they were even 5 years back. And there are a number of therapies and treatment procedures that can show a significant development in an autistic child if not cure them completely.
HBOTtherapy is definitely one of the most popular and successful treatment procedures for autism today, even though medical experts and the FDA have not yet certified it as a cure for Autism. Awareness programs have united a whole community affected by Autism, which has made it easier for parents to work towards helping their children get better.
Recently, Todd Drezner directed a movie depicting how he has fought through towards helping his autistic son Sam get better. Even though a first time director, his work on Autism depicted in his very first direction, “Loving Lamposts: Living Autistic” has seen a great response.
Yet to be released throughout Canada and the US by the end of March, Todd has talked about a number of different unconventional treatment procedures including HBOT Therapy. While most people who are aware of the release are waiting eagerly for the release, it will be interesting to see if the movie features any singular information that can add value to autism treatment and therapies.