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Great Books on Autism

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healingFor any child with challenges, parents need a plan they can implement right away. In Healing and Preventing Autism, Jenny McCarthy teams up with top autism specialist Jerry Kartzinel, M.D., to offer a prescriptive guide to the healing therapies and treatments that have turned the lives of so many children around. While autism cases have grown over 6,000%  since the 1970s, the medical community is still waking up to the epidemic, and parents need tools to begin healing their children and educating their doctors.




Unraveling the Mystery of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder is not only the riveting story of one family’s quest to treat their son’s illness, it’s an inspiring account of their search for answers and effective treatments. What Karyn discovers is that conventional thinking about autism’s nature, causes, and treatment is dreadfully wrong. And Dr. Bernard Rimland, Ph.D., Director of the Autism Research Institute, agrees. This book shifted the world for me.


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