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Mrs. Wessels Talks Autism

Mrs. Wessels Talks Autism
by Lin Wessels on Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 5:28pm

8th Grade English "Cause and Effect" Project:

An interview with Mrs. Wessels, Sam's mom, by BT

What does autism mean to you?

Gear Up: Hope on the Rise

Plainly, we have a lot with which to deal on a daily basis and there is no relief from the healthcare costs for autism. There is one good thing just around the corner. The AutismOne (AO) annual conference (May 25 – 29, 2011) will be held at the central hub of our great country, Lombard, IL, a western suburb of Chicago.

Landau Kleffner Variant: What's In A Name?

Alex has Landau Kleffner Variant. You won't find Landau Kleffner Variant in the medical diagnostic manuals though. What you will see is Landau Kleffner Syndrome.

With LKS overnight seizures in the temporal lobes rob children of their speech. It also blindsides them with Autistic-like symptoms and severe aggression. Though Landau Kleffner Variant is triggered by abnormal electrical activity in those same areas of the brain and not full blown seizure spikes, it inflicts similar patterns of devastating regressions in children.

SAD FUNNY THING... Secrets and Freedom Do Not Mix. Vaccine Court and Zimmerman Testimony

For those that do not know me I am kind of nosy. When I meet you, I will ask you about your story. I like to know the details of how your family came to be impacted by Autism, your passion, and frustrations. If you have been in the news concerning autism I will did deeper than the headlines. Usually, I do not offend anyone but sometimes I have been a little bit intrusive. Two years ago, I asked one to many questions.

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Weekend AutismOne 30 Minute Global News in Review - 02/05/11

Michael, Debra and Rob Sidell introduce and produce an informative show reviewing articles about the EPA beginning to regulate some of the chemicals in our drinking water, how helminths and parasites have the positive effect of dampening our innate immune systems use of inflammation, the difficulty that most of those with an ASD diagnosis have in interpreting and understanding someone elses intentions, the use of the antibiotic rifaximin in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome and the new craze for giving kids a double shot of chicken pox vaccine.,

Weekly AutismOne 30 Minute Global News in Review - 02/02/2011

Michael, Debra and Rob Sidell introduce and produce a great show that reviews articles about the role of inflammation in neurodegenerative diseases, Dr.