Some parents have seen good results with stem cell therapy treatment for their children with autism. The treatment is thought to decrease inflammation, stimulate the brain, replace damaged neurons and increase function, but scientific evidence proving this treatment is effective is lacking.
Autism experts talk Potty Training
00:13 How do I teach accepting “no” to a teen who is low functioning? 09:13 What’s the difference between the DSM-V and ADOS? 22:40 Is ABA going to catch my son up with everything when he eventually goes to regular school? 32:48 Is CARD and IBT doing anything for people getting the RBT Certification after […]
00:11 Shannon and Doreen discuss eloping and safety training. 24:16 Why do some people with autism hallucinate? 27:13 What is an expected affect for a kid with autism? 31:24 How much time is provided by the districts for an FBA? Is there a cut-off? 35:20 My 3-yr-old throws everything on the floor. She thinks it’s […]