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Links

 

Autism Link
http://www.autismlink.com/

A site that seeks to directly help parents by providing opportunities for support, diagnosis, therapeutic services, inclusion and information, free of charge with links to all kind of services , state by state, throughout the US.

Disability is Natural
www.disabilityisnatural.com

Important and useful guidance regarding attitudes – and their behaviors – respectful of individuals whose ways of functioning may differ from the majority; consistent with our nonjudgmental, supportive approach.

Links Project
www.AttentionDeficitDisorder.ws

This a Link Directory to ADD and ADHD related sites, plus information on products, services, books, and information on related conditions.

The Beginner's Guide to Natural Living
http://www.thenaturalguide.com/adhd.htm

Natural Living is a Lifestyle Choice with Healthy Rewards! Natural living means consciously making lifestyle choices that helps your body operate the way nature intended: with an ability to repair itself. Contrary to what you hear in the media, your body can and will be healthy, when given the right conditions. This web site explains how. See their page about ADHD that discusses HANDLE.

Autism Network for Dietary Intervention
www.autismndi.com

The Autism Network for Dietary Intervention (ANDI) is providing a new parent resource: The Autism-Diet Parent Support System.  This is a list of parents around the United States, Canada, and around the world, who have volunteered to provide support for local families implementing the gluten and casein free diet for children with autism.

Most of these volunteers have read "Special Diets for Special Kids", by Lisa Lewis, and/or "Unraveling the Mystery of Autism: A Mother's Story of Research and Recovery", by Karyn Seroussi, and have had success treating their own children with dietary intervention. Many are starting up local support groups in their area.

Victory over ADHD
www.victoryoveradhd.com

Victory over ADHD by Deborah Merlin. Contains many good recommendations for individuals with ADD, including a chapter about HANDLE.