Orange County Register Communications, Inc.,a leading news and information company in Santa Ana, recently published a supplement on Autism and the Family highlighting diagnosis, effective cures and remedies and case studies on autism.
Some of the must-read topics on autism treatment covered in this supplement are as follows:
AN AUTISM NONPROFIT’S CALL FOR ACTION (By Lois Evezich)
All about the Ackerman family and how they originated the TACA community. The Ackermans opened up their home to share what they had learned about autism with other interested families seeking support and knowledge. Ten years ago, 10 parents met in the Ackerman living room. They were no longer alone. By the time the meeting ended, every parent had agreed to meet again.
TACA grew by word of mouth. Today, TACA is a leader in the autism community, serving 16,000 families across the U.S. It is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing families the support and education needed most after receiving an autism diagnosis.
“TACA is not a research foundation”, Lisa says. “We are the Real Help Now team for families.” Read More.
CHILD BLOSSOMS WITH FAMILY BEHIND HIM
Some parents of children with autism withdraw from the world, Sue says. “They self-isolate.” Sue and her husband, Jim Sr., spent hours on the Internet and reading books, searching for autism treatment information that could help their child. That’s how they found “Talk About Curing Autism” (TACA) and met other parents with children affected by autism. Read More.
HOW KELSI FOUND HER VOICE (By Lois Evezich) –
Seven-year-old Kelsi Owen is a champion of “Bunny Rescue, an organization that helps find homes for abandoned rabbits. She owns her own bunny, Whiffle, who was a gift in celebration of Kelsi’s progress away from autism and her growth into a typical 7-year-old.
Kelsi is one success story of a child whose family, at their lowest point, decided to fight for their daughter’s recovery from her autism diagnosis. But by no means was the journey an easy one. Read More.
Please visit the OC Register, Special Section for a quick glimpse on autism treatment.