For many parents of autistic children...

For many parents of autistic children finding help means finding detours around the . . . road bl...

There are 6 comments on the Chilliwack Times story from Apr 26, 2011, titled For many parents of autistic children finding help means finding detours around the . . . road bl.... In it, Chilliwack Times reports that:

Nineteen-year-old James Lee hopes to make his way in the world despite the "road blocks" that many say stand in the way of autistic young adults.

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FBOMBER

Ottawa, Canada

#1 Apr 27, 2011
Don't strain your eyes to read this crap.

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#2 Apr 27, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
Don't strain your eyes to read this crap.
Atleast they have somebody to talk to about their child,
How would you like to be somebody back over 30 years ago and nobody knew s--- about autism or what to do.
Nobody knew where we could get help, or even how to go about finding out what help was even out there.
Talk about running into road blocks, we ran into them at every turn,
We ended up going to A.R.C. and ask them to take our son and help him and try to stop the regression.
It can rip your heart out watching a healthy happy little boy go from being very active to sitting there by himself in a matter of less than a mo.
Have a nice day
FBOMBER

Canada

#3 Apr 27, 2011
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text>Atleast they have somebody to talk to about their child,
How would you like to be somebody back over 30 years ago and nobody knew s--- about autism or what to do.
Nobody knew where we could get help, or even how to go about finding out what help was even out there.
Talk about running into road blocks, we ran into them at every turn,
We ended up going to A.R.C. and ask them to take our son and help him and try to stop the regression.
It can rip your heart out watching a healthy happy little boy go from being very active to sitting there by himself in a matter of less than a mo.
Have a nice day
I've had that experience tbird, I certainly get it.

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#4 Apr 27, 2011
Find yourself a good homeopath. Homeopathy could be the answer if there is one, that is, if you find the right remedy. I have MCS (multiple chemical sensitivity) and it's more debilitating than it sounds, believe me, and I tried everything over the last 6 years until I found this and it is helping me a great deal. I'm just a few months into it so I don't have a full report but it's already helping me significantly where nothing else could even ever budge it. There's really something to it. I know there are "fantastic" testimonials for every known "therapy" because the bottom line is everyone is out there to make a buck, but I'm starting to believe what I read in the books on homeopathy. Seriously.

Here's what you can expect. Insurance probably won't pay, though in my case it will pay "out of network", which, under my plan, means after the first $5000.00 and I'll never even come close to spending that much in a year. Heck I don't think I'll even spend a grand in a year on it. It was $360 for the first visit and then after that I only have to make an office visit every couple months which is only $85. Worth every penny, wish I would have done it 6 years ago.

You don't always get the right remedy the first time which is why some of those people write it off as a hoax. I happened to get something that works and so far I'm tickled about it. Even if it doesn't fully cure you, how much is it worth to make it managable? I'm hoping for a full recovery but I'm already 'managable'.

The thing is that you know within a month if a remedy is working or not (sometimes, according to the books, within a day or a few), so you figure a few months should be enough time to find the right remedy and then depending on the degree of disease (or how long a person has been sick) it could take weeks or a few years to realize full potential, but I'm telling ya, there's seems like there could be some hope here.
FBOMBER

Flin Flon, Canada

#5 May 13, 2011
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#6 Sep 25, 2013
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