Autism was first recognized in the 1940’s as a disorder affecting three main areas. Communication, socialization and repetitive actions as well as other symptoms.
Since then the incidence of autism has increased each year until today when we are approaching 1 child in 50 will be on the spectrum. People affected by autism spectrum disorder or ASD may have a variety of symptoms and to varying levels of severity. Each person is unique. Soon we will be offering conference calls where we will address what are the causes and contributing factors to the increasing occurrences of autism.
We will also discuss successful approaches used by people like Dr Campbell McBride who is an M.D., neurologist, nutritionist and a mother of an autistic child.
Dr. Butter recently awarded a lifetime achievement award by the American medical association is a M.D. Specializing in heavy metal toxicity research and the father of an autistic son.