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Autism Medical Research

This TACA article links recent medical research to topics related to autism. This is by no means a complete list…

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Vocational Rehabilitation

When it comes to autism and employment, the obstacles are quite apparent. For many individuals with autism, getting a job…

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Avoiding Processed Foods

Diet change is an intervention many families with autism have found to yield profound improvements in the symptoms of autism….

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Methyl B12 for Autism

Research has shown that Methyl B12, also known as methylcobalamin, can help relieve symptoms of autism.   In the body, B12 assists…

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Mold and Mycotoxins

Mold exposure can be a contributing factor to autism in some kids . This exposure can cause health concerns including allergy symptoms, fatigue, brain fog or more serious immune system issues. In addition, it is known that kids with autism have an impaired ability to detoxify, therefore, leaving them more susceptible to mold releasing mycotoxins.  

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Post-Pandemic Navigation

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19, a Pandemic. And just like that…. the world changed….

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Special Diets for Autism

Diet is the foundation of good health. In addition, not all kids respond the same way to dietary interventions. Therefore,…

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Presuming Competence in Autism

Presuming competence means valuing all people, including those with autism, as whole individuals with the right to express their thoughts,…

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Autism – More Than Genetics

Genetics is a complex science that is constantly evolving. Researchers continue to study the relationship between genetics and autism spectrum…

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Getting Kids to Take Vitamins and Medication

Kids with autism can be the pickiest eaters on the planet. As a result, this pickiness contributes to their vitamin and…

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