If you have a child with autism or other neuro-immune disorder (ADHD, ADD, Asperger’s Syndrome, PDD, “Intermittent Explosive Disorder,” “Bipolar Disorder,” autoimmunity, asthma, allergies…), it can be very difficult to find a physician or other health professional to help you heal your child. As the number of children suffering increases, the need for caring, knowledgeable professionals also increases.
The Autism Research Institute used to keep a list of clinicians who had been through their training. They no longer publish those names. There are reasons for that, and they have to do with money and power. The mainstream medical complex has much to lose if it becomes widely known that autism is not genetic, and that children who are seriously injured by vaccines can and do recover. You can’t recover from a genetic disorder.
Doctors who are working to recover our children are risking a lot in doing so. If you doubt that, just think about what happened to Andrew Wakefield. The same thing is happening to other doctors who dare to stand up for our kids. Thankfully, there are some amazing souls who happen to wear doctor costumes who are still willing to do what’s right, despite the personal risk to themselves. Here is a list of physicians and licensed health care professionals. I would suggest printing this list and keeping it somewhere safe, just in case it disappears from the web, as the list of Defeat Autism Now doctors has.
If you are able to get to the AutismOne Conference in Chicago (May 22-26), I strongly recommend going. The conference is FREE – all it will cost you to register is the $25 membership fee. If you cannot attend, AutismOne broadcasts their presentations live, so you can still benefit from the information no matter where you are. You will learn a lot about recovery. You will also have the chance to meet and mingle with thousands of parents from across the nation; parents who are just like you. They are dedicating their lives to their children’s recovery. They are an army of like-minded parents, and they will help you. They will be there for you when you have questions. They will hug you and cry with you. They will answer your phone calls in the middle of the night and they will share with you EVERYTHING they have learned on their own journeys.
If you cannot get to Chicago, there are some very good resources you can access, no matter where you live. Here are a few to get you started:
There are other resources that parents will no doubt find helpful, and I will continue to add more in the coming weeks. Please check back to VaxTruth often, and send your friends.
Marcella Piper-Terry, M.S.