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Military Families: Overview

Autism and its Impact on the Military Family

Autism and the Military Family (credit: the Autism File)

Medical Treatment for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders – Sample Legislation

A Military Family’s Experience with Autism by Kyla Doyle from Exceptional Parent Magazine

Autism Salutes – Military Autism Blog – ECHO, Tricare, lobbying efforts

Military Insurance Reference

Powerpoint Presentations by Scott Campbell at the 2007 evidence-based medical approach conference in Washington,D.C.:

Benefits for Military Families

  • A FREE copy of ARI’s book, “Recovering Autistic Children” to all active duty and retired military families. To order your FREE copy of ARI’s book, “Recovering Autistic Children”, please print, complete and fax or mail in the request form , along with a copy of the front of your military ID card. Fax the form to 619-563-6840 with a copy of your military ID card along with your name and postal address, or mail it to Autism Research Institute, 4182 Adams Avenue, San Diego, CA 92116. There is a limit of one copy per family.
    Recovering Autistic Children, edited by Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D. and Bernard Rimland, Ph.D. is the extensively updated and enlarged revision of Treating Autistic Children, which was published in 2003. Almost all of the 31 parent reports have been updated and 83 pages of new information have been added. You’ll find up-to-the-minute information from ARI’s acclaimed evidence-based medical approach Project and new sections including Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment (HBOT); clinical use of Methyl B12; Specific Carbohydrate Diet; Low-Dose Naltrexone; Chelation; Medical Marijuana to control aggression; and much more! Thousands of autistic children have recovered and are recovering, based on the sound information in this 468 page paperback book, which normally costs $24.00.
  • ARI offers a discount to active duty personnel and immediate family members to the evidence-based medical approach conference. See http://ariconference.com/  for details.

 

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