Posts Tagged ‘Autism Resources’

More Evidence Linking Vaccines made with Aborted Fetal Cells and Autism!

My September 2012 news letter from Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute had the above title to one of their articles:  “Sound Choice has uncovered more evidence linking aborted fetal manufactured vaccines and autism disorder!”  Read Here. According to Dr. Neff, the debate with vaccines causing autism is over and it’s “proven that vaccines do not cause […]

Bio-medical Treatment: DAN Doctors are the way to go! Pt. 2

After such a terrible experience with Dr. Neff, I drove Joshua to his elementary school, crying most of the way.  I felt that Joshua was seen as a scientific experiment and he was far from that.  I was determined to fire Dr. Neff and did so.  When I called, I told the receptionist I felt […]

Bio-medical Treatment: DAN Doctors are the way to go! Pt. 1

Thursday Joshua has his second visit to see Dr. Michael Whitney, a naturopahic DAN doctor in Spokane.  I am so grateful we are connected to him as I really think a biomedical approach is the way to go for autistic treatment.  What is biomedicine you ask?  Well, I Googled it just to come up with […]

Starting Autism Program at School in Idaho

Joshua started school at the elementary that has an autism program here in the Coeur d’Alene School District.  Michael and I took him to the “Meet the Teacher” night the week before school started.  I’m pleased to say that Joshua was himself and they certainly had a “base line” to go off of for the […]

Let More Autism Treatment Begin!

Joshua was approved for the Katie Beckett Waiver we discovered last weekend.  After having an interview with Stacey from the Department of Health and Welfare here in Idaho.  Stacey came over to do the evaluation that was needed to qualify him for the Katie Beckett.  I was a bit nervous, but didn’t need to be, […]

Getting Services Set Up in Coeur d’Alene

We have now been in Coeur d’Alene for almost 2 months and certainly feel blessed for the opportunity to live in such a beautiful city.  The population is 6 more than the stated on the sign that reads:  44,137 and the metro region is 131,507.  I can seriously handle these numbers just fine.  Compare that […]

Raising an autistic child should be exciting enough…

We have had a lot of excitement these past few months.  I am sorry that it has been 4 months since I posted last!  We had found out in January, after paying our rent, that our landlord didn’t actually own the house we have been renting.  We had a representative from a Cash for Relocation […]

Recent happenings: IEP, iLs, the dental visit, diet and the dog

So much has been happening since the last post in September.  Joshua’s school team and I met for an IEP on November 2nd and I was grateful to be able to update this new treatment team for him as to how his treatment is going outside of school.  We met for 2.5 hours, most of […]

Joshua on Vacation

We had the opportunity to go to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, as well as the NE corner of Washington State for 8 days of vacation.  Living in Western Washington, this summer, to get any sunshine, we had to go East of the Cascades. Joshua did quite well on the car ride and it was a delight […]

The Final Week of DIR/Floortime Camp

Joshua started out the week working with Ben again, as a Floortime Player and Joshua connected quite easily.  While Joshua played on the spiral climber, Ben was right there, coming down after him.  Joshua did some parallel play with some other kids and was referencing not only the kids, but the adults interacting with him.  […]