For Parents

  • you want to see your child making more consistent health and learning gains
  • your current tools aren’t effective enough - you’re seeking better answers
  • you see the untapped potential in your child, and are ready to take action

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Is It Autism?

Heya. There are lots of online assessments to tell you if your child might be in the autistic spectrum.

But since you arrived here, I’m going to assume that you’re fairly certain, and not keen on getting a diagnosis.

No Trouble. You know which of your child’s symptoms and behaviours worry you. You don’t need a diagnosis to start turning his or her life around (unless you think it might help you get funding).

What you need is to:

  1. grasp the SMART Steps to Thrive With Autism
  2. match the symptoms and their underlying health issues (page coming soon)
  3. nail the top three most-effective interventions (page coming soon)

Once those SMART steps are done, you’ll be really clear on what kinds of help are most likely needed to optimize any remaining autism challenges. I promise, this isn’t rocket science. It’s just hard because you’re looking at autism from the outside in, instead of understanding it -- and the relevant science -- from the inside out. I can help.

If you want a little boost with those first three steps:

  • set up a mentoring session with me
  • arrange a full Five Root Cause Evaluation, with your unique 10 best actions explained and referenced (page coming soon)
  • join next January’s 6-month “Help Your Autistic Child Have the Summer You Dream About” Program (page coming soon)

Let me also say here that I’m very impressed with the breadth, depth and thoroughness of your research, and the way you respect others’ perspectives while remaining strong in your own. It makes you a very effective advocate for autistics, and we’re glad we can benefit from your expertise.

Warm regards,

S. Sreedhar

We Just Got an Autism Spectrum Diagnosis

If you don’t believe dog training could be the best intervention for intelligent kids…

If you do believe that your child’s autistic behaviours are communicating something…

If you want to stop grieving, know your options, and join the rising number of parents who turn their child’s life around...

What you need is to:

  1. grasp the SMART Steps to Thrive With Autism
  2. match the symptoms and their underlying health issues (page coming soon)
  3. nail the top three most-effective interventions (page coming soon)

Once those SMART steps are done, you’ll be really clear on what kinds of help are most likely needed to optimize any remaining autism challenges. I promise, this isn’t rocket science. It’s just hard because you’re looking at autism from the outside in, instead of understanding it -- and the relevant science -- from the inside out. I can help.

If you want a little boost with those first three steps:

  • set up a mentoring session with me
  • arrange a full Five Root Cause Evaluation, with your unique 10 best actions explained and referenced (page coming soon)
  • join next January’s 6-month “Help Your Autistic Child Have the Summer You Dream About” Program (page coming soon)

That is the clearest, most believable context setting I've encountered for making sense of those sensitivities... Thank you! I commend you for all your research and hard-earned insight into living well with autism.

Blessings,

Jo Howe

I Care for a Dependent Adult

If someone ever implied that your son or daughter is too old to be helped, or that nothing can be done, I’d like to apologize for that person’s ignorance.

We spectrum adults have been overcoming our own communication challenges, and speaking up, but it can take a while to get the messages through...

  • There is no “best before” date on health recovery.
  • Missed developmental stages can be mastered.
  • Not one word of “incurable neurological disorder” is true.

What you need is to:

  1. grasp the SMART Steps to Thrive With Autism
  2. match the symptoms and their underlying health issues (page coming soon)
  3. nail the top three most-effective interventions (page coming soon)

Once those SMART steps are done, you’ll be really clear on what kinds of help are most likely needed to optimize any remaining autism challenges. I promise, this isn’t rocket science. It’s just hard because you’re looking at autism from the outside in, instead of understanding it -- and the relevant science -- from the inside out. I can help.

If you want a little boost with those first three steps:

  • set up a mentoring session with me
  • arrange a full Five Root Cause Evaluation, with your unique 10 best actions explained and referenced (page coming soon)
  • join next January’s 6-month “Help Your Autistic Child Have the Summer You Dream About” Program (page coming soon)

An extremely good value; tons of resources given out to look up on your own time. Jackie makes this less overwhelming by providing details about executing the advice. There is always pertinent information in an upbeat, pleasant format Jam-packed with pointers... you’ve taken many small and equally valuable tips and put them into one fabulous whole.

Natalie S, parent

My Adoptee Has Autism

First of all, bless you. Unlike most of us living with autism, you CHOSE to shoulder the responsibility to do the best you can. I will help in every way I can.

You may have a few extra challenges with treating the illnesses underlying autism challenges.

Unfortunately, the medical definitions and standards of practice for autism lag over 60 years behind the research…

This means that you will need to show social services the evidence for everything you intend to do. The research I provide for you to share with them will help to prevent their potential seizure and removal of your wards. To arrange training for their staff, click here.

What you need is to:

  1. grasp the SMART Steps to Thrive With Autism
  2. match the symptoms and their underlying health issues (page coming soon)
  3. nail the top three most-effective interventions (page coming soon)

Once those SMART steps are done, you’ll be really clear on what kinds of help are most likely needed to optimize any remaining autism challenges. I promise, this isn’t rocket science. It’s just hard because you’re looking at autism from the outside in, instead of understanding it -- and the relevant science -- from the inside out. I can help.

If you want a little boost with those first three steps:

  • set up a mentoring session with me
  • arrange a full Five Root Cause Evaluation, with your unique 10 best actions explained and referenced (page coming soon)
  • join next January’s 6-month “Help Your Autistic Child Have the Summer You Dream About” Program (page coming soon)

We as parents, relatives, community members need to consider where society is going, becoming more separated from one another & losing the sense of community. The sense of closeness & community is important for supporting Autistics in moving forward. Loved the program! So informative and nice to be able to discuss sensitive issues.

Susan Oldroyd, RHN, Guelph Ontario, grandparent

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What are your child’s unique symptoms telling you?

You’ve heard that when you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism. You’ve heard that you can’t generalize about us autistics -- every single one of us has:

  • different personalities, gifts and challenges
  • different interventions that help, or don’t
  • different levels of functioning

Don’t get fooled by that last one!

There’s no such thing as high or low functioning.

Instead, there are environments which enable those of us with autism, and environments which disable us. Some of us need your help to get into better environments. Please help...

Your child’s symptoms tell you which environments and actions

  • make their challenges worse
  • allow their gifts to emerge
  • optimize our autism, and enable us to thrive!

While our symptoms are different, and the unique extra interventions we *might* need are different, the environments we need to optimize our turnaround, our recovery of health and function, our capacity to thrive…

Those environments follow the exact same patterns, all around the world, for every single one of us.

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If you aren't thriving with Autism
DO YOU KNOW WHY?

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    An extremely good value; tons of resources given out to look up on your own time. Jackie makes this less overwhelming by providing details about executing the advice. There is always pertinent information in an upbeat, pleasant format Jam-packed with pointers... you’ve taken many small and equally valuable tips and put them into one fabulous whole.
    Natalie S
    Parent

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September 30, 2017
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The Five Root Causes of Autism Challenges

You’ve possibly noticed just how different each autistic person is.  The kinds of therapies and treatments most suited to helping each one of us are almost as diverse as we are. But the lifestyle changes that address our underlying health challenges are ALL the SAME! How can this be? Autistics […]
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Calm Autism Stress With Sensory Meditation

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What Happens When Autism Inflammation Stops?

Inflammation seems to be at the root of most (over 85%) of human ills.  Obesity.  Heart Disease.  Dementia.  Migraines.  Psoriasis.  Thyroid Problems.  Cancers.  Lupus.  Allergies.  ADHD.  Chronic pain.  And much, much more. Try doing a web browser search on the health issue that bothers you the most, alongside the word […]

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  • The autistic spectrum includes ADHD, Asperger's, Dyscalculia, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Kanner's, OCD, PDD-NOS, and Tourette's. Females in the spectrum are often misdiagnosed with Anxiety/ Panic Disorder, Bipolar, Eating Disorder, Fibromyalgia, and OCD.
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