“Is he retarded, or what?” “Autism’s not curable!” “Don’t use the word ‘recovered’. It’s dangerous. You don’t want to give yourself or others false hope.” “Don’t overpromise!” “Don’t get your hopes up…”
Who said these things to me? Heartless, cruel, insensitive people? Not at all.
These comments came from loving family members, concerned friends, and cautious doctors.But they were all wrong.Because today Ben is recovering from autism.
Whether you are struggling with autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, or some other childhood developmental disorder, your child can heal. I’m here to share with you what we did, and how you can start helping your child…today.