My son has been in EI, now CPSE since he was 2. He’s 3.5 now and hasn’t made any progress. When he does make small gains, regressions follow
I was very hesitant to try any biomedical interventions because our pediatrician said they are unproven, but I have met two families now that did this approach over a decade ago and had amazing success. I’m beginning to feel open to the idea that there’s a lot we don’t know about autism and that maybe in the future it will be classified as several… read more
Diet can definitely help. There are some pretty decent studies on keto helping reduce synotoms, but it also thickens arteries sooooop….IMO, it mostly has to do with reducing sugar or anything inflammatory.
Dairy makes my son more prone to meltdowns. Gluten didnt have an effect.
What is El and CPSE?
Thanks for sharing your experience. Early Intervention is EI, and I don’t even remember what CPSE stands for but it’s Preschool Special Ed which is like EI part 2.
I’m mostly looking for someone who will help monitor his health as we try interventions such as diet, rather than just minimizing all my concerns and telling me that the interventions we’re already doing that aren’t working are the end of the road.
@A MyAutismTeam Member all sorts of stuff, from shots to different cleansing methods, some that seem very scary.
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