Autism Spectrum Disorder
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Message From Dr. Mary Ann Block
The diagnosis of Autism can be devastating to a family. The child you saw developing neurotypically, is now in another world. The Block Center wants you to know there is hope as The Block Center has helped many Autistic children return to neurotypical.
About Dr. Block
Has Helped Many Children on the Autism Spectrum Return to Neurotypical
Has Spoken to Congress About Vaccine Toxicity
Is a Generation Rescue Physician
Has Lectured at DAN Conferences
Has Devoted the Last 20 Years to Helping Families Treat Autism Spectrum Disorder
Did You Know?
Are Allergies Causing Your Child's Behavior Problems?
The Incidence of Autism Is One in 88 Children and 1 in 54 Boys
There Is a Genetic Component to Autism
Frequently Asked Questions
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a collection of symptoms that are considered psychiatric in nature but really are not. Children diagnosed with ASD often regressed to stop speaking, do not make eye contact, have difficulty with being touched. There is a list of symptoms, just like ADHD. But there is no actual test to prove someone has ASD. It is important to find the underlying cause of the symptoms rather than just give someone a label and a drug.
While many say they do not know what causes ASD there are over 100 studies that tie vaccine use to ASD. many parents will tell how their child was perfectly normal, speaking and after a set vaccine, all that went away.
Many symptoms, but most lack speech, don't make eye contact and do self-stimulating behaviors such as "flapping hands".
Find a doctor who will try to find the cause and fix the underlying causes. I have brought many diagnosed with ASD, back to normal.
ASD and ADHD are on a continuum. The symptoms have many of the same underlying causes. ASD is just more4 severe.
It is possible, It can take a lot of work, trying to find the cause and fix it, but I have treated many successfully.
It depends on what they did. You always want them to be safe. The discipline that ensures safety is first and foremost.
Every child is different but most will need to treat their allergies, the gut, their diet and any other medical conditions they have.