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The Autism Book: What Every Parent Needs to Know About Early Detection, Treatment, Recovery, and Prevention (Sears Parenting Library)
The Autism Book What Every Parent Needs to Know About Early Detection Treatment Recovery and Prevention - Sears Parenting Library Author:Robert Sears With clarity and compassion, Dr. Robert Sears guides the reader through the maze of autism, explaining what precautions parents can take to decrease their baby's risk, how to detect autism at the earliest possible age, and how to proceed once a diagnosis has been made. The book provides parents with a simple and clear understanding of the biomed... more »ical treatment approach that Dr. Sears has used successfully with many of his young patients. It lays out a plan for developmental, behavioral, and learning therapies; shows parents how to begin treatments without a doctor's help; presents information on vaccines and their safe use; and includes an extensive resources section. THE AUTISM BOOK provides all the information and reassurance parents need.« less
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An amazing resource for parents and relatives! This book, written by a board certified pediatrician, is easy to understand. Dr. Sears doesn't use too much technical jargon. The chapters are organized well with up to date information. Dr. Sears backs up his statements with citations to scientific journals. He's not just asking you to believe his words. Simple dietary changes and the addition of various supplements can make a big difference in the symptoms of autism. Dr. Sears explains what those supplements are, their doses, which companies sell those, and how to take them. If you have a child on the autism spectrum or you know someone who does, you will want this book because it provides great answers to the question "What more can we do for this child's autism?"