daniels success story

Romaniec, Mary
September 2004
Mothering;Sep/Oct2004, Issue 126, p46
The fear and dread are overwhelming. The physician sitting across the desk proceeds to cover in detail the prognosis, options, and course of treatments she would prescribe. She then offers you information about where to find support and resources as you begin the journey toward your child's wellness. Parents of autistic children can each tell the story of when and how they discovered that something was wrong. They might have had a happy, healthy, normally developing baby, until a round of antibiotics or vaccines sent the child into a world all her own — a world the parents could not enter. INSETS: What is IVIG THERAPY?;Diagnosis Autism: now what do I do?.


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