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  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 1 in 88 U.S. children  has been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
  • Autism prevalence figures are growing, 23 percent increase since 2006
  • More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes & cancer combined
  • Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S.
  • Autism costs the nation over $35 billion per year, a figure expected to significantly increase in the next decade
  • Autism receives less than 5% of the research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases
  • Boys are four times more likely than girls to have autism (1 in 50 boys and 1 in 252 girls)

 

In spite of these staggering autism statistics, more and more children are recovering from autism through early intervention and by employing strategies such as diet modification, biomedical intervention, speech and numerous other cutting edge technologies as successful tool. 

The Recovery From Autism (RFA) offers parents hope and a platform to know about a treatment, information about the latest techniques and an upto date news to treat  autism. Through these efforts parents can find hope and propel children to make progress and can even recover their child from autism.

 

Want to share your thoughts? We are now accepting guest posts from families that are coping with Autism. Send us your article, no matter how big or small, over at recoveryfromautism.com

 

Featured Articles

 

Vitamin B6 is one integral vitamin that can help children with autism recover

August 17, 2011
Many children with autism have nutritional deficiencies. There are a variety of factors that contribute to this including biological processes that may…
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Secretin Therapy to Treat Autism

August 12, 2011
Secretin therapy has shown promising results for many children with autism. As is the nature of treating autism, secretin is controversial and not considered…
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Sensory dysfunction -Chiropractic treatments

September 01, 2011
A fundamental component and symptom of autism is that of sensory dysfunction. A common therapeutic approach, referred to as sensory integration, is the…
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Autism Treatments

Behavior Therapy

July 05, 2011
Children with autism are often frustrated. They are misunderstood, have a tough time communicating their needs, suffer from hypersensitivities to sound, light…
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Biomedical Treatments

July 05, 2011
Biomedical treatments may include pharmaceuticals, but most often biomedical treatments for autism are based on the Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) or Autism…
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Neurological Treatments

July 27, 2011
Some of the most popular neurological therapies to treat autism are: Brain Balance. The Holistic Approach to NeuroDevelopment and Learning Efficiency (HANDLE).…
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Occupational Therapy

July 05, 2011
Occupational therapy focuses on building daily living skills. Since many people with autism have delays in fine motor skills, occupational therapy can be very…
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Physical Therapy

July 05, 2011
Autism is a "pervasive developmental delay." Many autistic people have gross motor delays, and some have low muscle tone (they're unusually weak). Physical…
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Play Therapy

July 05, 2011
Strange as it may sound, children with autism need help learning to play. And play can also serve as a tool for building speech, communication, and social…
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Social Skills Therapy

July 05, 2011
One of autism's "core deficits" is a lack of social and communication skills. Many children with autism need help in building the skills they need to hold a…
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Speech Therapy

July 05, 2011
Almost all people with autism have issues with speech and language. Sometimes these issues are obvious; many people with autism are non-verbal or use speech…
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What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and How it can help treating Autism?

September 13, 2011
Autism can be treated effectively using hyperbaric oxygen therapy if it is used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan and administered in conjunction with…
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Autism Apps

ABC Aliens

November 02, 2011
Let our amazing aliens help you learn your alphabet! Learn and practise the letters and sounds of the English alphabet as never before, thanks to our funny…
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ABC Phonics

November 02, 2011
Learn ABC recognition, writing, and listening skills with animals.2 WRITING MODES:1) ALPHABET LETTERS: Write the Capital and Lower-Case letters and learning…
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ABC Song Piano

November 02, 2011
rought to you by the creators of the award-winning apps “ Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Piano” and “Old MacDonald Piano”. Featured on Huffington Post, iPhone…
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Aesop’s Wheel of fables

November 02, 2011
No childhood is complete without the classic Aesop’s Fables – well loved by kids and adults, everywhere!GIFT your child with life’s most important and ageless…
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All in One Kids Computer

November 02, 2011
Whether your child is 1, 3, or 6, this lovingly programmed all-inclusive App has everything they need to learn as they play!There are a total of 4 modes in…
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Alpha Writer

November 02, 2011
Featured in New & Noteworthy and What’s Hot on the App Store! Now with Universal Support for iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and newer versions of iPod touch.Learn…
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Alphabet Tracing

November 02, 2011
Fun train, truck and worm animations come to life for children to follow, while showing the proper way to write alphabet letters and numbers.
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Analogies 4 Kids

November 02, 2011
While Analogy (by definition) is nothing but a comparison that points out relationships between things that are different, cognitively for kids it plays a…
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Answers, Yes No

November 02, 2011
Answers:YesNo was designed with one purpose in mind. Provide an easy to use, affordable way for a nonverbal young man with autism and motor planning issues to…
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Disclaimer: The information provided at Recovery From Autism (RFA) is for informational purposes only. The faculty of RFA is not providing medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and cannot replace the medical advice of your doctor or health care provider. (Full Disclaimer)