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  1. Autism, Causes, Symptoms, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatments - Everything You Need to Know About Autism by National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, et all 2009-04-30
  2. Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet: The Grain-Free, Lactose-Free, Sugar-Free Solution to IBD, Celiac Disease, Autism, Cystic Fibrosis, and Other Health Conditions (Healthy Living Cookbooks) by Raman Prasad, 2008-02-01
  3. Teaching Children with Autism: Strategies to Enhance Communication and Socialization (Health & Life Science) by Kathleen Ann Quill, 1995-06-08
  4. How to Deal With Autism (Kids' Health) by Lynette Robbins, 2009-09
  5. Improving Speech and Eating Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders - An Oral Motor Program for Home and School by Maureen A. Flanagan, This is an excellent resource for anyone who works with children with autism spectrum disorders, et all 2008-06-09
  6. Health Care and the Autism Spectrum: A Guide for Health Professionals, Parents and Carers by Alison Morton-Cooper, 2004-01
  7. Clinical Assessment and Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders (Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional)
  8. Mental Health Aspects Of Autism And Asperger Syndrome by Mohammad Ghaziuddin, 2005-04-15
  9. Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders Sourcebook (Health Reference Series) by Sandra J. Judd, 2007-07-01
  10. I Know Someone with Autism (Understanding Health Issues) by Sue Barraclough, 2011-01-01
  11. Autism (Baldwin, Carol, Health Matters.) by Carol Baldwin, 2002-10
  12. Autism (Health Alert) by Marlene Targ Brill, 2007-11
  13. The Science of Mental Health: Volume 2: Autism (Vol 2)
  14. The Self and Autism (Heinemann Health Books) by Michael Fordham, 1976-06-01

1. Autism Health And Wellness
Autism Health and Wellness, sponsored by the Autism Wellness Foundation, IRPW and Business Growth Trends. Yomin Postelnik, Publisher. Most indepth special needs information and
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2. Autism Health Insurance Project
We help families, providers and other relevant parties secure health insurance and other coverage for autism related interventions. To create a world where people with autistic
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We help families, providers and other relevant parties secure health insurance and other coverage for autism related interventions. To create a world where people with autistic spectrum disorders obtain the health care services that they need without effort, in order to maximize their potential. We offer workshops, consultation, and advice to families and providers, helping them obtain insurance coverage for interventions related to autism.
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Autism Health Insurance Project, Inc. , a 501 (c3) Public Benefit Corporation is advocating and working with families, providers, therapists, ABA agencies, regional centers and other autism organizations. We are committed to helping your children or clients get the coverage they deserve, so that you can focus on giving them the love and services they need to realize their potential.
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3. Autism Health Insurance My Autism Network
Tips for dealing with your health insurance. Dealing with insurance coverage for individuals with autism has become an increased challenge lately for just about all families affected
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5. Legislators Continue Discussion On Autism Health Insurance Mandate - WVPubcast.o
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6. Autism Health Information
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Autism is a neuro-biological disorder with which a child is born. Autism affects several areas of a child's development. Although symptoms in children may lessen with age, autism is a lifelong disorder. Because of a suspected genetic link, siblings of a child with autism have a greater chance of being diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is not known how many children in the United States currently have autism or a related disorder. Because autism is considered a spectrum disorder, children can exhibit a combination of symptoms and behaviors in any degree of severity.
Autism Treatment Read More Articles Recently, the NIH has undertaken a new research initiative in the realm of treatment interventions directed at autism symptoms. A major obstacle in useful autism research has been the lack of a valid means of measuring the effectiveness of various treatments. Clinical research studies continue to look for more promising treatments for autism. The Autism Treatment Network (ATN) is intended to develop clinical and research centers of excellence which will share current information on patient care, education, and research on autism. Continue reading about Autism Treatment Child Autism Read More Articles At birth, a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder often appears normal. A child with Autism Spectrum Disorder may not speak much or may remain silent. Sometimes you may hear other developmental disorders mentioned in the same way as autism, such as Asperger syndrome, Rett syndrome, and childhood disintegrative disorder. When children have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, they have trouble with communication and social skills and they have particular repetitive behaviors.

7. Autism Health Center - OrganizedWisdom Health
Autism Health Center. OrganizedWisdom helps people easily discover great links, shared by over 4,000 trusted doctors and experts, and organized by specific health and wellness
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8. Autism Health Guide - Health Guides Online
What is autism? Autism is one of a group of disorders often described as developmental disabilities. Other disorders in this group are mental retardation, cerebral palsy
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Home Sitemap Autism Health Guide What is autism?
Autism is one of a group of disorders often described as developmental disabilities. Other disorders in this group are mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy and learning disorders.
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Two types of causal agents have been identified - brain damage, and genetic factors and these are based on certain lines of evidence. So far, while brain lesions have increasingly been found in autistic children, no consistent pattern has emerged and children with and without lesions do not differ symptomatically. The results of many investigations have been inconclusive or unable to be generalised and these require further clarification.
High rates of social and communication deficits are found in the relatives of autistic patients. Available evidence suggests that there may have been some problems in pregnancy, or the early days of life, in children who later manifest infantile autism, but such problems are not consistent, or specific, to autism. Of these the most commonly reported are infections and injury, but others include advanced maternal age, bleeding in pregnancy, mother's medication use and infant suffering respiratory distress syndrome, among others.
Causation cannot be derived from any of these, and there is no confirmed aetiology of autism The conditions listed are just signals that the pregnancy was not optimal, however, most of these conditions do not lend themselves easily to medical intervention

9. Autism Health And Wellness
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10. Autism: Health And Care Workforce Learning Needs Survey
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    National Autistic Society online survey The National Autistic Society (NAS) is currently carrying out a survey, jointly commissioned by Skills for Care and Skills for Health and funded by the Department of Health. The purpose is to define the learning needs relating to autism for the generic health and social care workforces (not autism specialists). The first stage of the process is to gather the views of relevant people through this survey. NAS will then collate those ideas and draft a proposal. This draft proposal will then be put out for consultation before the guidance is published. The survey should take no more that 10 minutes to complete The people that NAS would like to reach are:
  • Social care commissioners Social care providers (employers and managers) Social care providers (professionals and workers at all levels) Health service commissioners Health service providers (employers and managers) Health service providers (professionals and workers at all levels) Carers and supporters of people on the autism spectrum People on the autism spectrum
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11. AllRefer Health - Autism (Pervasive Developmental Disorder - Autism)
Autism Pervasive developmental disorder autism information center covers Definition, Disorders, Overview, Causes, Risk Factors, Symptoms Signs, Diagnosis Tests, Treatment
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Alternate Names Pervasive developmental disorder - autism Definition Autism is a developmental disorder that appears in the first 3 years of life, and affects the brain's normal development of social and communication skills. Autism is a physical condition linked to abnormal biology and chemistry in the brain. The exact causes of these abnormalities remain unknown, but this is a very active area of research. There are probably a combination of factors that lead to autism. Genetic factors seem to be important. For example, identical twins are much more likely than fraternal twins or siblings to both have autism. Similarly, language abnormalities are more common in relatives of autistic children. Chromosomal abnormalities and other nervous system (neurological) problems are also more common in families with autism.

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13. Autism Health Management - A Mother's Challenge With Autism
Autism happens to One in 150 school children born in the USA What's Happening with these Children? More importantly, what can you do about Autism when your child is diagnosed
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"Autism happens to One in 150 school children born in the USA..." What's Happening with these Children? More importantly, what can you do about Autism when your child is diagnosed with Autism? At first, you do not know what is wrong with your child. You start noticing behavior patterns, then you go through the pain of having your child diagnosed as Autistic... suddenly you are in "Denial." You don't know what to do about:
  • The tantrums The inability to get and keep their attention, The frustration from the lack of communication The self punishment of blaming yourselfbelieving it is your fault.
The list goes on and on.:
  • The Flapping (stimming) slowness, no talking, not focusing, unresponsiveness to stimuli, or your child may have been responding normally; then one day your child starts regressing.
It's Not Your Fault When your child is diagnosed with Autism, it is not the end of the world, but your life is going to change. No matter what your child has been diagnosed with, you can make a difference. From Aspergers Syndrome, PDD (pervasive development disorder) or full blown Autism, there is hope. Sylvia Sage is the mother of Angela, who is almost 16 years old at this writing. Sylvia became worried about Angela when she was slow to talk. It almost seemed as if Angela was deaf. Sylvia had her daughter's ears tested. Once Angela was diagnosed with PDD, Sylvia was determined to do everything she could to help improve her condition.

14. Governor Vetoes Bill To Mandate Autism Health-insurance Coverage (updated) | Pol
Gov. David Paterson has vetoed legislation that would require stateregulated health-insurance companies to cover evidence-based, peer-reviewed and clinically
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16. Autism Health Insurance Reform Bill - Birmingham Autism & Parenting | Examiner.c
Autism affects 1 in 150 children. This number means that every family in the United States is likely to have a relative with Autism or know of someone with Auti
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    photo by memoossa at sxc.hu Autism affects 1 in 150 children. This number means that every family in the United States is likely to have a relative with Autism or know of someone with Autism. It is probably safe to say Autism affects all of us. Autism can be diagnosed through combination of symptoms . These symptoms vary in severity and manifest differently in different people. Some symptoms limit the ability of the person with Autism to function independently. For these life altering symptoms therapy can sometimes help minimize the symptom. “The discovery of an autism spectrum disorder in a child can be devastating for families. Children can have serious learning and behavioral problems, and existing treatments can be shockingly expensive." says NPR on American University radio Therapy for a child affected with Autism can cost around $50,000 per year. This is therapy not covered by health care insurance. Right now Alabama is one of eight states that has a bill that would reform Autism insurance. In states where Autism insurance has been reformed the bills require private insurance companies to provide coverage of evidence-based, medically necessary autism treatments, such as behavioral health therapies like

17. Autism Treatment Information
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There is no evidence to support adopting a single autism treatment program as the gold standard. The challenge for autism treatment research is that there is no simple test that can be quantified before and after an intervention. ABA ( applied behavioral analysis )/EIBI (early intensive behavioral intervention) has the largest body of scientific evidence supporting its methodology as an effective treatment for autism. With scientific evidence, a number of these interventions may become part of the future treatment protocol for subtypes of autism. A large array of alternative treatments exist for autism, most with only anecdotal evidence of their utility.
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Recently, the NIH Autism Coordinating Committee (NIH/ACC) has undertaken a new research initiative in the realm of treatment interventions directed at autism symptoms. The NICHD (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , is one of several Institutes doing research into various aspects of autism, including its causes, prevalence, and treatments. A major obstacle in useful autism research has been the lack of a valid means of measuring the effectiveness of various treatments. Clinical research studies continue to look for more promising treatments for autism. The Autism Treatment Network (www.autismtreatmentnetwork.org ) (ATN) is intended to develop clinical and research centers of excellence which will share current information on patient care, education, and research on autism.

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