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Marvin D. Anderson, MD

Marvin D. Anderson, MD, a physician who has ben treating children with autism for over 10 years in his clinic (www.autismatabbasplace.com). Dr. Anderson is the author of Autism, Prevention, Care, and Management, a concise, easy-to-read, hard-hitting book that addresses the complex issues in autism and proposes reasonable, workable solutions. This book has received 5-star reviews. View Guest page

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Koren Barrett

Do you have any alternative options to allopathic medicine in caring for your child's medical needs? Naturopathic medicine is a medical system that focuses on natural remedies and the body's vital ability to heal and maintain itself. Dr. Barrett has been in practice in Orange County, California, since 2003 offering integrative medical care. Integrative medicine is a discipline that combines the best of both mainstream and natural therapies in one practice. She utilizes a variety of therapeutics including dietary and lifestyle counseling, herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, and pharmaceutical prescriptions when needed. Dr. Barrett currently serves patients at the California Integrative Hyperbaric Clinic and Newport Integrative Health. Hear how you can move your child forward with a variety of options not offered by mainstream medicine. www.inaturalmedicine.com. View Guest page

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Dr. Jeffrey Becker, OD

Dr. Jeffrey Becker, OD, is the director of vision services of the Neurosensory Center of Eastern Pennsylvania in Kingston and has been practicing as a primary care optometrist and specializing in vision rehabilitation since 1983. He is a member of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, a DAN! practitioner, and a Certified Neurosensory Clinician. Dr. Becker and Teri will talk about how visual processing affects children on the autism spectrum and therapies that can help. Please visit www.keystonensc.com. View Guest page

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Robert Scott Bell

Tom Bohager

Teri and her guest, Tom Bohager, discuss a full range of questions related to digestive and metabolic enzymes, with particular focus on how supplemental enzymes can help mitigate physiological deficits and impairments and aid in healing in autism. Tom, who is the author of the new book entitled Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes, as well as Enzymes: What the Experts Know, is one of the founders and serves as the president of Enzymedica, a nutritional supplement company that specializes in enzymes and enzyme therapy. View Guest page

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Alicia LeAnn Bohn

Dr. Thomas Borody

It is well known that probiotics are beneficial to the human gastrointestinal tract and overall health. But what factors of imbalance and pathogenic influences are at work in many conditions involving the gut and, consequently, other bodily systems? How do probiotics help these, and why are human probiotic infusions -- or fecal bacteriotherapy -- a very logical and effective intervention? Join Teri for this fascinating program as she interviews world expert Dr. Thomas Borody of the Centre for Digestive Diseases of Sydney, Australia. View Guest page

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Dr. James Jeffrey Bradstreet

Dr. James Jeffrey Bradstreet, who has a wide range of clinical and research experience View Guest page

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Geri Brewster

Join Teri and guest Geri Brewster, RD, MPH, CDN, as they talk about how the gut is connected to the brain physiologically and behaviorally. Geri began her clinical career nearly 30 years ago, specializing in pediatric and young adult developmental disabilities, including metabolic and gastrointestinal disorders; specialized tube feedings; dysphagia; autism; behavioral, attention, sensory and oral-motor integration disorders; and eating disorders. Geri develops comprehensive individualized lifestyle, nutritional, and supplement programs for each person's specific conditions. This show will also talk about Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques -- aka NAET -- a non-invasive allergy desensitization method. Please see www.geribrewster.com. View Guest page

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Sally Brockett, MS

Auditory integration training (AIT) is an intervention developed by Dr. Guy Berard to correct or improve auditory hypersensitivity, distortions, and delays in the signals that interfere with an individual's ability to process auditory information normally. How does this affect your child's level of function in everyday life? What improvements might you see in many skill areas with AIT? How is it done? These and other questions will be addressed by Sally Brockett, MS, director of the IDEA Training Center in North Haven, Connecticut and a certified International Berard AIT Instructor/Practitioner. View Guest page

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Dan E. Burns

Saving Ben is the story of a father's determination to use educational and biomedical interventions and love to bring his son back from the symptoms of autism and guide him forward on the road of recovery. Dan Burns will share with Teri the struggles faced by Ben, Dan and Sue in navigating misinformation, misery, and the parental determination that moves a child forward. Please visit www.savingbenbook.com. View Guest page

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Dr. Charles Chapple

So frequently, sensory processing disorders, including those in ADHD and autism, are addressed through a variety of behavioral and biochemical approaches; this can result in the significance of the biomechanical aspects of these conditions being underestimated. Experts state that if a cluster of irregular nervous system reflexes remain unaddressed they will prevent "sustained long term improvement." Teri and chiropractor Charles Chapple will discuss the nervous system with its biomechanical relationships to the spine and cranium and the noninvasive approaches of chiropractic and craniosacral therapy for the benefit of individuals struggling with sensory processing concerns and retained primitive reflexes. View Guest page

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Helen Conroy

Christie Dames

Christie Dames is a cofounder and partner at TechTalk/Studio. She has been on a personal journey of health discovery that has intersected with the autism arena. Tune in to this unique interview about Christie’s journey, and hear her observations about autism families and what children with autism can tell us as well as insights into public health. View Guest page

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Harvey Diamond

NY Times Bestselling Author of the FIT FOR LIFE series of books Sponsor of Autism Hope Alliance View Guest page

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Tami Duncan

Daniel Durany

Daniel Durany is a speaker, author, editor, and advocate for persons with Asperger’s syndrome (AS) and people who deal with it in others. His knowledge and passion are derived from the fact that he, too, has AS. Daniel volunteers with FEAT (Families for Effective Autism Treatment) and implemented an adult Asperger’s support group. Daniel will share information about struggles as a child and teenager, relationships, transitioning smoothly from high school to college, job accommodations, reasons to hire people with AS, job tips for those with AS, and advice for employers. Visit http://site.dsdautism.com. View Guest page

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Daniel Faiella

Although Daniel and Ruth Faiella were told that their beloved toddler would probably need to be put in an institution, they would not accept a prognosis of failure for a fulfilling life for their son, Matthew. Join Teri and author of Out of the Darkness, Daniel Faiella, to hear how the Faiella family moved their son forward on the road to recovery. View Guest page

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Aaron Feinstein

Aaron Feinstein is the director of the film Big Daddy Autism. View Guest page

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Chef Wendell Fowler

A diet out-of-sync with our make-up and nutritional needs has facilitated the rise of a plethora of chronic diseases including autism spectrum disorders. How are food colorings affecting your child with ADD or ADHD? Which multi-colored foods are good for you and your child and which are bad? (Hint: The good ones don't have a barcode or come in a box.) Teri will ask Chef Wendell these questions and more, and may even talk about some corporate giants that want to squash your healthful food and supplement choices. Please visitwww.chefwendell.com View Guest page

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Stuart Freedenfeld, MD

Stuart Freedenfeld, MD is a Defeat Autism Now! physician and lecturer whose integrative medicine practice is located in Stockton, New Jersey. He became a diplomat of the Academy of Family Practice in 1978, and he is board-certified. Dr. Freedenfeld presently holds a position as clinical instructor with the Rutgers Medical School. Join Teri and Dr. Freedenfeld as they discuss a broad range of topics concerning treating children with autism spectrum disorders, including issues related to environmental toxins. Please visit: www.stocktonfp.com View Guest page

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Kristin Selby Gonzalez

Scott Grace

Inspirational and comedy singer/songwriter Scott Grace joins Betsy Hicks with much love and laughter on the topic of "oughtism." Enjoy the two lightheartedly talking about the brilliance of the autistic individual who has found their unique way to be free of conditioning. This look at autism from the view of UN-Conditional Love will both entertain and inspire you. Scott shares his uplifting music and messages through his performances and CDs, and many have heard his work on YouTube. A pioneer in the field of intuitive song, Scott is known for his unique ability to spontaneously create songs for individuals or groups about any topic presented. His "Song Portraits" are a unique display of creativity and always leave people deeply touched, delighted and amazed by such an in-the-moment creation. View Guest page

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Cindy Griffin

Homeopathy has recovered children with autism and restored health. Cindy Griffin, DSH-P, DIHom, BME and Lindyl Lanham, DSH-P, BS Spec Ed of Homeopathy Center of Houston have seen and helped children on the spectrum who have had more challenging situations. What is sequential homeopathy? What is homotoxicology? How might it help your child? Can it address vaccine-related issues? Both Cindy and Lindyl have children who recovered from their diagnoses. Join Teri, Cindy, and Lindyl for a comprehensive discussion of this individualized therapeutic approach. View Guest page

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Louise Kuo Habakus

In an unprecedented and historic move, Chris Christie put pen to paper in October and made an official campaign promise to citizens of New Jersey in support of vaccination choice. He further cemented his position on live radio with Don Imus by becoming the first gubernatorial candidate to utter the words vaccines, autism, and parental choice in the same sentence. After receipt of the official Christie campaign promise, vaccination choice and autism advocates mobilized in force. Vaccine choice supporters showed up in record numbers to cast their vote for Christie - and Christie won the election! Life Health Choices Founder Louise Kuo Habakus met with campaign leaders last December and kept the lines of communication open. Said Louise, “This election is a wake-up call to politicians nationwide. Vaccine choice belongs in the parents’ house, not the Statehouse or the White House.” Please visit www.lifehealthchoices.com. www.lifehealthchoices.com. View Guest page

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Dayna Hebermehl

Dayna Hebermehl was like most mothers who were gifted with a child who didn't fit in the traditional learning model. Struggling with severe speech delays, Dayna sought after answers to help her daughter, Bobbi, and came across a new way of medicine and a different way of thinking. Initially, both skepticism and fear kept her from embracing the change, but eventually she shifted her belief in her daughter's gift through her own awakening. Join guest host Betsy Hicks for this heartwarming story of how being open to change is the ultimate in healing. View Guest page

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Kent Heckenlively, JD

Lauren S. Henry

Lauren S. Henry is a Color Expert and Sensory Design Specialist as well as the President and Founder of, With a Brush of Love, a company that transforms lives through their surroundings, particularly those diagnosed with autism and special needs. This is accomplished by focusing on the sensory elements that surround us every day to support the individual needs of each client. She has been invited to be a guest designer on both HGTV’s kidspace and ABC’s, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. View Guest page

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Sonja Hintz, RN

Is "autism" a medically relevant label? How do some doctors, researchers, and therapists look at this in a way that helps children lose the diagnosis of "autism" or move forward significantly in a way that improves health, safety, skills, and happiness for children and families? Join Teri and Sonja Hintz, RN, as they discuss what "autism" really is and interventions that help because they address the real underlying issues. Topics will include: biofilm, natural vs. prescription antifungals, detoxification issues, and the role of glutathione in the body. View Guest page

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Brian R. King

Brian R. King is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice in Naperville, Illinois. He brings a unique threefold perspective to the world of Asperger's: Brian is the father of three sons on the autism spectrum, has a practice focusing exclusively on working with Asperger's clients and their families, and is also blessed with Asperger's himself. Brian is a popular author and conference presenter who has become known worldwide for his positive approach to living the Asperger's experience. Please visit www.Spectrumite.com. View Guest page

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David Kirby

David Kirby, a contributor to The Huffington Post, is the author of the bestselling book Evidence of Harm, which was a finalist for the NYPL Helen Bernstein Award for Excellence in Journalism, and has appeared in media outlets such as Larry King, CNN, Don Imus and Air America. View Guest page

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Steve Kossor

Steve Kossor, who has been providing services for the past 20 years in Pennsylvania that can be delivered in all 50 states and for which, in 36 of those states, the income of the parents has absolutely nothing to do with Medicaid funding — disabled children can be enrolled in Medicaid regardless of the amount of money their parents make! Hear this valuable information! Please visit www.ibc-pa.org and www.beacondayschool.com. View Guest page

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Miroslav Kovacevic, M.D.

Susan Kratz, OTR, CST

Susan Kratz, OTR, CST, Director, Special Therapies, and parent Stephanie Mauck will talk with Teri today about craniosacral therapy. What is it? What is the scientific basis undergirding its use to remedy anatomical and physiological malfunctions, and how does this apply in a practical day-to-day sense to improvements in mood, behavior, comfort, and academic success for children with autism? Sue Kratz has 26 years of occupational therapy experience as well as specializing in neurological rehabilitation and pediatrics. She holds specialized certification in sensory integration neurodevelopmental therapy for pediatrics and craniosacral therapy. Please visit www.specialtherapies.com. View Guest page

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Mary Joann Lang

Dr. Mary Joann Lang, founder of Beacon Day School, interviews special needs architect Cathy Purple Cherry of Purposeful ArchitectureTM and Purple Cherry Architects. What are the best designs and strategies that can be used in the residence, school, and workplace to maximize independence and success for individuals with autism? Please visit www.purplecherry.com and www.beacondayschool.com. View Guest page

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Lindyl Lanham

Homeopathy has recovered children with autism and restored health. Cindy Griffin, DSH-P, DIHom, BME and Lindyl Lanham, DSH-P, BS Spec Ed of Homeopathy Center of Houston have seen and helped children on the spectrum who have had more challenging situations. What is sequential homeopathy? What is homotoxicology? How might it help your child? Can it address vaccine-related issues? Both Cindy and Lindyl have children who recovered from their diagnoses. Join Teri, Cindy, and Lindyl for a comprehensive discussion of this individualized therapeutic approach. View Guest page

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Lisa Lundy

Lisa Lundy is the author of The Super Allergy Girl™ Allergy & Celiac Cookbook – From A Mother Who Knows™. Her gluten-free, dairy-free, and allergen-free cookbook is based on years of practical experience, baking and culinary expertise, and the motivation to have fantastic foods for her own three food-allergy children. Due to her premature birth, severe allergies, and other factors, the then predictable and heartbreaking future of Lisa’s third child, Anne, was to become unable to walk or talk, to become brain damaged, to have numerous seizures, to need a feeding tube and to have frequent hospitalizations. Lisa’s daughter has avoided all of these serious health issues and is the picture of a normal looking, chatty little girl due to the interventions Lisa and her husband have used. It has taken more than five years to move Anne from having no immune system and being severely malnourished (due to a malabsorption problem) to a child whose future looks bright. View Guest page

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Dr. Larry Malerba

Heather Walker's son, Meki, was a normally developing child until age 3. Vaccinations caused his health and abilities to decline. Using only homeopathy, Heather, with Dr. Larry Malerba, was able to turn Meki's path around. Larry Malerba, DO, DHt, is a clinical assistant professor at New York Medical College, is board certified in homeotherapeutics, and is a frequent lecturer at Albany Medical College, Albany College of Pharmacy, and the SUNY Utica Nursing Program. He has held positions as president, vice president, and board member of various conventional and homeopathic organizations. Dr. Malerba runs the Guilderland Homeopathic Clinic. View Guest page

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Beth Maloney

What would you do if your previously normal child suddenly refused to bathe, burst into fits of rage, slithered along walls, and wouldn't walk out the front door? Beth Maloney's son, Sammy, was diagnosed as an adolescent with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and Tourette syndrome. Beth rejected the doctors' prognosis of lifelong mental illness and uncovered the cause: Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcus Infections. Following appropriate medical intervention, Sammy fully recovered. Please www.savingsammy.net . View Guest page

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Dr. Jackie Marquette

Andrew McCabe

Andrew McCabe – host of the radio program Autism with Dr. Andy. Dr. McCabe and Teri will talk about his perspectives on the roots of “autism,” healing modalities, notable points from his radio shows, and sociopolitical topics. Dr. McCabe earned his degree in applied psychology from Rutgers University and is a full-time professor. He has presented stress management and self-improvement programs for the United States Navy, hospitals, police organizations, educational institutions, and major corporations. View Guest page

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Jenny McCarthy

Jenny McCarthy burst on the scene in a September 2007 appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show and the autism world has never been the same. Her personal story of her son Evan’s descent into autism and ultimate recovery crashed Oprah’s servers as thousands of moms and dads around the country jumped online to tell the similar stories of their own children. Through meeting thousands of parents around the country, Jenny quickly came to a realization: her story is the same story being told in neighborhoods all over America. In 2008, she proudly became President of Generation Rescue, dedicated to recovery for children with autism spectrum disorders by providing guidance and support for medical treatment to directly improve the child’s quality of life for all families in need. She is honored to be part of this international movement of scientists, physicians and families. Jenny has authored three New York Times best-selling books on autism including Louder than Words, Mother Warriors and Healing and Preventing Autism: A Complete Guide. Jenny resonates with so many because she speaks a simple truth, “There are things you can do to ease autism. My story is about hope.” But Jenny also makes it her mission to help parents remember to care for themselves as they fight the big fight to help their children with autism. View Guest page

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Thalia Michelle

Judy Mikovits, PhD

Joan Mootry

Nancy Mullan, MD

Diet is foundational. A symptom that is caused by a food or a substance that an individual is ingesting will not resolve until that substance is removed. Additionally, nutritional therapies that include supplementation have provided many patients with a variety of profound disorders a degree of healing unheard of in mainstream practice, while generally avoiding the bizarre and often permanent side effects associated with long-term drug treatment. Join Teri for this fascinating discussion with Nancy Mullan, MD, who practices nutritional medicine and psychiatry, treating children on the autism spectrum and adults with physiologically-based emotional disorders. View Guest page

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Valerie Paradiz, PhD

Self-advocacy plays a vital role in nearly every aspect of life for an individual on the spectrum in school, at home, in the community and at work. The more self-awareness people on the spectrum possess, the more they can be players in advocating for their own comfort, happiness, and well-being. Teri will be joined by Valerie Paradiz, PhD, author of the new book titled The Integrated Self-Advocacy ISATM Curriculum: A Program for Teachers, Therapists and Students. Valerie and Teri will discuss the eleven units included in the curriculum, which cover scanning sensory and social environments, identifying how and when to self-disclose, exploring the history of autism, studying role models with ASD, developing media literacy on topics involving autism, and cultivating deep and focused interests for vocation and leisure time. View Guest page

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Kerri Rivera

Join Kerri Rivera, director of the DAN! clinic Autism02 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and Lorna Ortiz, co-founder of Curando el Autismo, as they talk about the upcoming Curando el Autismo-International Congress (ABA-Biomed) to be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on February 6 and 7, 2010, featuring over 10 speakers from the US, Mexico and Puerto Rico. Lorna is the mother of a 4-year-old boy who is moving forward with ABA and biomedical interventions for autism. View Guest page

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Mary Romaniec

After the diagnosis: Caring for your child, your marriage, and you After the diagnosis, a parent's health and marriage may suffer as the intensive needs of their child must be addressed. Traditional marriage counselors are not equipped to address the unique issues that arise after a child has been diagnosed. Mary Romaniec offers advice for couples who are seeking a different perspective on how to overcome the toll autism has placed on their marriage. Mary Romaniec is mom to a recovered son and an author on the topics of IEP negotiation, marriage, and care for the caregiver. Join Teri and Mary for a very engaging and helpful hour! View Guest page

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Susan Rex Ryan, MS



Susan Rex Ryan, MS, is the author of the award-winning book Defend Your Life -- Vitamin D3: A Safe, Easy, and Inexpensive Approach to Improving Quality of Life. www.smilinsuepubs.com View Guest page

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Lisa Hunter Ryden

Kendal Stewart, MD & Lisa Hunter Ryden join Teri to talk about the parent-physician team approach to recovering a child from autism, even in times of regression. Lisa will share how her son, Jake, recovered from many sensory issues and clinical symptoms such as heavy metal toxicity. Dr. Stewart will discuss immune function and how he treats the source and not just the symptoms. Lisa will discuss how important it is for parents to document behaviors at home and school and communicate milestones with their child's doctor. Other topics include laboratory biomarkers and pathogens. This program will be chock-full of information! View Guest page

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Ken Siri

Ken Siri is co-coordinator of the Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism book series published by Skyhorse Publishing. View Guest page

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Jeffrey M. Smith

Jeffrey M. Smith is the founder of the Institute for Responsible Technology and the author of Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies about the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You're Eating as well as Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods. He is the leading consumer advocate promoting healthier non-GMO choices, meticulously researching how biotech companies continue to mislead legislators and safety officials to put the health of society at risk and the environment in peril. Pleae visit www.responsibletechnology.org. View Guest page

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Kendal Stewart, MD

Kendal Stewart, MD & Lisa Hunter Ryden join Teri to talk about the parent-physician team approach to recovering a child from autism, even in times of regression. Lisa will share how her son, Jake, recovered from many sensory issues and clinical symptoms such as heavy metal toxicity. Dr. Stewart will discuss immune function and how he treats the source and not just the symptoms. Lisa will discuss how important it is for parents to document behaviors at home and school and communicate milestones with their child's doctor. Other topics include laboratory biomarkers and pathogens. This program will be chock-full of information! View Guest page

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Bob Taylor

DogWish is a charitable, non-profit organization that trains top quality service dogs for conditions such as autism and seizure disorder and places them with the disabled at a cost that they can afford. Among his accomplishments, Bob Taylor has 30 years as a California Superior Court and Multi-County Behavioral K9 Expert. He has trained hundreds of service dogs for the disabled. Please visit http://www.dogwish.org/DogWish.html. View Guest page

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Theoharis Theoharides, MD, PhD

Dr. Theoharides about the role of mast cells in autism and other conditions. Many ASD patients have a history of "allergic" symptoms and food intolerance, suggesting activation of mast cells, now recognized as master regulators of the immune system. Activation of intestinal and brain mast cells by immune, infectious, stress or toxic triggers could lead to gut-blood-brain-barrier disruption, permitting brain inflammation and autism. Theoharis Theoharides, MD, PhD, is a professor of pharmacology, internal medicine and biochemistry, and the director of the Laboratory of Molecular Immunopharmacology and Drug Discovery; Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Tufts University School of Medicine. This will be a fascinating and informative interview. View Guest page

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Lauren Underwood

Lauren Underwood is a popular conference speaker covering a "best practices" model for treating autism, combining biomedical & ABA therapies to improve optimal outcomes. Given the significant volume of research on the outcomes of treatments based on the principles of applied behavior analysis, it is clear that ABA is a necessary treatment for children with autism. Research also supports a biomedical etiology for autism. While studies are being conducted to identify exact biomedical pathways and their scientific basis, case studies based upon practical applications of this research suggest that the likelihood of successful outcomes improves when biomedical interventions are concurrently used to treat medical comorbid conditions present in individuals diagnosed with autism. Dr. Underwood is the parent of a child recovering from autism and a health educator/biomedical consultant for families of autistic children. She is a senior staff scientist for SSAI, Inc. supporting NASA. View Guest page

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Kyle Van Dyke

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a specialized medical intervention in which the atmospheric pressure is increased above 1 ATA, usually by the filling of a single person chamber, multi-place chamber or a hyperbaric room with a dose specific amount of oxygen (atmospheric oxygen or enriched oxygen). During a hyperbaric “dive,” the fluids and tissues of the body receive an infusion of readily available oxygen. In fact, even cells and areas of the body with limited circulation become saturated in oxygen. Dr. Kyle Van Dyke will talk to Teri about this today, describing how this can help conditions that persons diagnosed with autism may also have. Dr. Van Dyke is a board certified family physician who became involved in autism when his son was diagnosed in 2004. He has special interest in gastrointestinal issues, diet, HBOT, and mitochondrial dysfunction. See also www.wisconsinhyperbarics.com. View Guest page

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Vax Truth

Andrew Wakefield

Rescue 2010 conference join host Teri Arranga as she interviews Dr. Andrew Wakefield and Polly Tommey the day after the GMC determination. They will discuss Dr. Wakefield new book “Callous Disregard” . The fallacies of the GMC report and what the future holds. Please see www.callous-disregard.com for more information. View Guest page

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Byron Yaffe

Betsy Hicks guest hosts in this interview with IEP mediation specialist and attorney, Byron Yaffe. Byron has mediated hundreds of special education cases covering a broad range of issue including disputes over placement, transition, staffing, safety, transportation and general adequacy of a multitude of IEPs. He has also taught mediation in universities and strongly advocates the use of a mediator prior to moving to due process. View Guest page

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A Celebration of Life, with Betsy Hicks

January 15, 2013
Hosted by Teri Arranga

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Betsy Hicks, author of Picky Eating Solutions, celebrates all of the wonderful things about her children, especially focusing on all of the things that have helped her older teenaged son with ASD over the years, like fermented foods, technology, probiotics, supplements, a good home, loving sisters, and more!

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Autism One: A Conversation of Hope

Tuesdays at 9 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel

Approximately 1 child in 50 is diagnosed with autism, which gives autism the undesired ranking as the most prevalent childhood developmental disorder in the United States. 67 children will be diagnosed today - that is nearly 1 child every 20 minutes. Autism is treatable and children are significantly improving or recovering following appropriate therapies. “Autism One: A Conversation of Hope” hosted by Teri Arranga, includes discussions with the most experienced doctors, researchers, and therapists in the field, parents of recovered children, and advocates for the children and families.

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Teri Arranga

Teri Arranga is the executive director of AutismOne (www.autismone.org), the vice president of the Global Autism Collaboration (www.autism.org), and the secretary of Strategic Autism Initiative. She has served as the editor-in-chief of Autism Science Digest and as editor of the US/Canada edition of Autism File magazine. Teri is co-editor of the book Bugs, Bowels, and Behavior: The Groundbreaking Story of the Gut-Brain Connection, and she is editor of Dr. William Walsh's book Nutrient Power and Dr. Andrew Wakefield's books Callous Disregard: Autism and Vaccines - The Truth Behind a Tragedy (www.callous-disregard.com) and Waging War on the Autistic Child: The Arizona 5 and the Legacy of Baron von Munchausen, all of which were published by Skyhorse Publishing. Additionally, Teri has contributed to and provided editing for all annual editions of Skyhorse Publishing's Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism series. Teri has been involved with a number of media projects, including consulting for medical documentaries such as by award-winning filmmaker Lina Moreco of Canada, appearing in the award-winning documentary Beautiful Son, and consulting for the April 2007 Discover magazine article "Understanding Autism." Teri received the National Autism Association's Believe Award for 2008 and a volunteerism award from USAAA in 2006. She has been an active advocate in the autism community for many years, including attending and broadcasting events in Washington, D.C.

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