This is the Autism Book you wish your Doctor had given you!
In this book you will find:
Top resources that your doctor doesn’t know about
Most effective supplements for autism and ASD
Tips for communicating with your child
Most effective autism diets
How to fight for your rights
How to get the support you need to keep going
Healing Autism Naturally
by Becky Cash
Autism is a journey. It need not be a journey without direction. The sooner our children and loved ones get the services and treatments they need and deserve, the sooner they can get on the path to healing.
In Healing Autism Naturally, Becky Cash helps parents and caregivers sort through the options and map out a course of action for both immediate and long-term results. Healing Autism Naturally also serves as a much-needed guide that members of the medical and professional community can use and hand to parents. No longer are a sympathetic look and a pat on the shoulder the only tools that can be used to help parents. Healing Autism Naturally provides the answers that can help a family navigate the journey and get their children and loved ones help, faster.
In Healing Autism Naturally, Becky has created a resource of information that takes most parents years to unfold. In an effort to shorten the amount of time it takes a child to get the nutritional and educational therapies they so desperately need, Becky Cash has created a resource for us all. As the director of a center, I would highly recommend this resource to all those who love someone with autism.
– David Ide, Parent and Founder, Cornerstone Autism Center
Excellent read. Becky adds clarity to an emotional and complex condition that affects the whole family.
– Dr. Luke Nelligan, D.O. President. Dr. Luke LLC
Healing Autism Naturally is a triumph. Becky’s story and incredible perspective transforms ASD from confusion to empowering hope. I highly recommend this book.
– Trista Rodéo, Health and Nutrition Consulting for Personal Trainers
I really appreciate Mrs. Cash’s writing style. It’s very informative without being dry or boring. She adds personal stories and examples, so by the end of the book I felt like she was an old friend.
– Catherine Schembri, mother of twins with autism and blogger at Our Village is a Little Different
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