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Autism in the News – 09.03.10

Autism Finding Could Lead to Simple Urine Test (LABMATE)
Children with autism have a different chemical fingerprint in their urine than non-autistic children, according to new research* carried out at Imperial College London and the University of South Australia. Findings suggest that a simple urine test might provide a way to determine whether or not a young child has autism, which would enable them to receive assistance, such as advanced behavioural therapy, earlier in their development than is currently possible. Read more.

Federal grant will help Vermont schools address autism (Montpelier, V.T.)
Education officials say a federal grant will help Vermont schools better serve the rapidly growing number of students with autism. Read more.

Info session set for families of children with disabilities (The Franklin News Post)
Families of children with disabilities in Franklin County will have the opportunity on Saturday, Sept. 25 to learn about the services available to them, state and federal regulations for students with disabilities, and how to help their children set goals for themselves. Read more.

Disability forum on 10-year plan (Australia)
Issues, such as respite, funding for more staff and recognising the signs of autism at an early age in children are examples of the type of feedback the Minister for Disability Services and Multicultural Affairs, Annastacia Palaszczuk, is seeking from the 2010 Shared Visions regional forums held throughout Queensland. Read more.

Campaign to safeguard Peterhead care service gets under way (UK)
A north-east community mounted a campaign last night to safeguard a care service which provides accommodation and support for people with profound disabilities. Read more.

  1. September 3, 2010 at 11:21 am

    0. My name is Ronald Dishinger-270 684 9233 My website is http://www.biochemimbal-behavior.com for schizophrenias and mental illnesses. The last 12 years I have been studying in detail Tibetan medicine which is very complex and vast in scope. I will simply state the facts and you may have great difficulties in understanding such a complex thing as Tibetan medicine. 2550 years ago Buddha who was a real person and in fact a prince who his father never let out of his castle in India because the father did not wish the son to see pain and suffering in others. Finally one day the prince then 28 , married with two children persuaded his servant to take him out of the castle. The first thing Buddha saw was a person on the side of the road moaning with severe pain. He asked his servant whether he (the prince) would be in pain and the answer from the servant was ” yes master you will”. They walked on and Buddha saw a dead body. He asked his servant whether he (the prince) would be die like that and the answer from the servant was ” yes master you will”. From then on Buddha made a vow to himself to cure all pain and suffering of all living creatures. Buddha left his family and went into years of asetic struggles(bare food and water in meditative states) then one day near death a woman said to him eat this rice soup and search a different direction. Then Buddha spent 6 years in deep meditation and was given enlightenment for knowledge of pain and suffering in all living creatures. Buddha by then had disciples who wrote down formulas of how to correct such and such a pain or suffering. Then in the year 785 this information was transferred to Tibet- thus Tibetan medicine that we still have today. Buddha also stated things in time periods. We are in the last 500 years of Buddha’s phophosies which started in the mid 1800’s. In this time frame many new diseases will arrive from contaminents (microorganisms) in the environment that come from the sky as fog or rain ,then join with micororganisms that are in each of us. These microorganisms give us health or disease. If we are imbalanced and the foreign microorgansim joins with imbalanced organism in the the human then we have massive cancers. schizophrenias, and yes autism and so many other disease states that had never existed before. These contaminents are herbicides, fertilizer,pesticides and radiations from neuclerial blasts or radiation in general. Autism did not exist in 1900 until 1930’s and then huge leaps in 1950’s to present. This autism is a totally new disease. Buddha through his disciples wrote this information down and what formulas to use. Buddha also stated in his predictions that Buddha’s medicine as it was called then would come to the West. He did say how but it would be in those 500 years. In 1959 with the invasion of Tibet 100,000 Tibetans of the high society left Tibet and came of northern India. They brought Buddha documents and medicine formulas. You do not have to believe in Buddhist religious belief at all to get the benefit of Buddha’s medicine. Remember Buddha said all living creatures not just Tibetans etc. So there are only five Tibetan doctors in all of North America now. Some are of what I call the new order and only have to study for7 years to become a doctor. However the old order was far more demanding. For example the only English speaking doctor in the world now is Dr. Barry Clark who now lives in New Zealand. He studied for 27 years years and has immense knowledge. I have studied Tibetan medicine now for some 12 years and know it is vast and complex but also know it works even personally. Here are symptoms I recently sent to Barry for his analysis of autism and what he would do from the Buddha formulas given by Buddha to correct these following symptoms. Autism is difficult to treat even with Tibetan medicine but this knowledge was given 2550 years ago by Buddha and has been very accurate for 2000 years that we know of. Hepatitis and other digestive problems, and breast cancer are rather easy to sure with Tibetan medicine. You nor I would know very little about Tibetan medicine had it not been for the Chinese invasion in 1959. So out of bad comes good. Dr. Barry Clark’s email is drbarryclark@actrix.co.nz His website: http://www.drbarryclark.com As soon a Barry is finished with his analysis I will post that information. Here are the symptoms Dr. Barry Clark is researching through all the ancient texts plus his own immense knowledge: Impaired social interaction
    Not responding to name
    Not look at people
    Not smiling – note that normal newborns do not smile for several weeks
    Avoid eye contact
    Not liking cuddles
    Lack of imaginative play
    Lack of social play
    Inability to make friends
    Lack stranger anxiety – this develops within the first year.
    Lack separation anxiety – once this develops (first year), when mother departs normal infants are upset.
    Independence – doesn’t seek help or interact with others.
    Plays alone
    Unprovoked attacks on others
    -1. Verbal communication problems
    Inability to sustain conversation
    Appears deaf at times
    Language stereotyped
    Repetive language
    Unusual language
    Not talking – many autistic infants are mute, or become mute after initially making sounds.
    Echolalia – only parroting what they hear (many normal infants also do this).
    Confusing pronouns – mixing up “I”, “you”, and “we” or similar words.
    -1. Nonverbal communication problems
    -1. Obsessions
    Unusual or severely limited activities and interests
    Repetitive movements – rocking, hair twirling
    Inflexibility with highly specific routines and rituals
    Overly focused attention on specific objects
    Lines things up
    -1. Sensory symptoms
    Hypersensitivity to sensory stimuli – e.g. taste, sound, etc.
    Reduced sensitivity to pain
    Extraordinarily sensitive to sensations
    -1. Early symptoms of possible autism
    Regression – negative change from normal early development into impaired abilities; about 20% of cases have a regression
    Delayed development – slow to speak
    No babbling by 12 months
    No gesturing by 12 months
    No single words by 16 months
    No two-word phrases by 24 months
    Loss of language skills already acquired
    Loss of words
    Loss of social skills already acquired

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