Shedding a Brighter Light on Autism: Disorder Myths and Misconceptions Shattered

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Newly released information about Autism Spectrum Disorder that can help parents and caregivers unshackle the mysteries of the autistic child's mind. Latest research for detecting early signs, symptoms, and characteristics and natural and medical treatments and therapies.

Far too many parents are being kept in the dark about Autism

As Autism rates continue to soar, so do the questions, myths and misconceptions surrounding this complex disorder. Thankfully for parents and caregivers, the request for clear and accurate information has recently been answered.

In a newly released comprehensive resource about Autism, parent's most pressing questions are answered and the misconceptions about the causes, symptoms and treatments are set straight.

"Far too many parents are being kept in the dark about Autism," said Scott Boyd, founder Autism

"There is no doubt that Autism is a complex disorder, but most of the information and research available is confusing to understand, which is making matters worse."

Yet, to counter all the confusion, Scott Boyd hired a medical researcher who could understand and interpret the cornucopia of information available and separate the nuggets of therapeutic gold from the medicinal trash.

Dr. Karen Vieira, PhD a research scientist with extensive knowledge and hands-on medical, nutritional and alternative research has reviewed, collected and interviewed top-notch physicians, pediatricians, neurologists, professionals and specialists from autism therapy centers, in order to nail down the facts.

Containing the latest information about Autism, nutritional recommendations and an exclusive interview with Dr. Sandy Newmark (a physician with over 19 years experience and a specialist in behavioral problems) this comprehensive resource gives parents many key decision-making essentials.

"Autism: everything parents and caregivers should know about the disorder is a way for parents to avoid the frustrating journey of raising an autistic child," said Boyd. "It gives them the tools to become more actively involved with their child's treatments."

Designed to help parents learn about the early signs, alternative therapies, natural and medical treatments and find better qualified professionals to treat your autistic child, this all-inclusive resource can help your autistic child achieve a better quality of life.

To learn more about Scott Boyd and Autism: everything parents and caregivers should know about the disorder visit Autism

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