Autism Recovery System Offers New Ways to Help Parents Treat Child’s Autism

Autism Recovery System is offering many protocols and educational information in order to treat children with Autism around the world for parents and health professionals.

Pompano Beach, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Cable News Network, (CNN) recently released an article outlining the benefits of parental interaction for those with Autism,” For millions of families around the world, autism poses daily challenges. Some parents find it difficult or even impossible to communicate with their own children or understand how they perceive the world around them. This mental condition can also affect their child’s ability to interact socially or show emotion, and often create a desire for repetitive behaviors. But a new study published Tuesday in the Lancet has showed that parents of children with autism may be able to work with them from a young age to help reduce the severity of their symptoms and improve their ability to communicate.” In America, this idea has caught on, and many parents work tirelessly to improve their children’s health. But what of children with Autism around the world?

Autism is classified as a neurodevelopmental disorder by the CDC which affects speech and language development, social engagement, and behaviors. Also, most individuals with Autism exhibit stereotypical and repetitive behaviors, interests and activities such as hand-flapping. Because of the wide variety of issues and behaviors, treating autism can be extremely complicated for parents.

Though it is always important to have a personal doctor who manages family care, many of these physicians are not experienced in autism treatment . Also, challenges in finding a qualified Autism Specialist in a specific area may be difficult. Therefore, having access to cutting-edge information is imperative for education recovery. Autism Recovery System is available in multiple languages, and helps families all over the world. There is also access to a library of biomedical articles and protocols related to biomedical intervention for autism-spectrum disorders. This information is invaluable as a tool for ongoing education. Access to lab testing, typically available only from doctors, is available directly through this website.

Dr. Woeller, from Autism Recovery System says, “Autism is Treatable! Many individuals with an autism-spectrum diagnosis have underlying medical issues that influence their autistic condition. Although behavior, speech and other similar therapies are often helpful for individuals on the autism-spectrum, they are not the only interventions available or worthwhile. There is much help and hope for improved health for autistic individuals through the use of biomedical (aka. integrative medicine) intervention.”

Autism Recovery System is working to help families who have a loved one affected by Autism. Family member Anna says, “This is a very happy arena for people to get access to testing and then help toward autism recovery. Having a network of experienced parents and Dr. Woeller in the Private Forum is great.”

To learn more about the Autism Recovery System, and to receive a free autism treatment book, please visit the website, AutismRecoverySystem.com.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Woeller
Organization: Autism Recovery System
Address: 49 North Federal Highway #282, Pompano Beach, FL 33062, United States

For more information, please visit https://AutismRecoverySystem.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359763

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