Epigenetics, Autism and A New Hope … Part I

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Epigenetic is the new buzz word on the street … and it provides a new hope for children who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Related to genetics, this new science turns what we know about Autism on its ear.

Follow our series as we share critical information about new discoveries from Mast Cell Activation Disorder to Epigenetic Polymorphism … we know enough to begin to make changes that help relieve some of the symptoms that affect these precious children.

 

 

 

Want to know more?

Download this free white paper that explains more about scientific discoveries that provide hope for Autism

Click Here: Epigenetics Autism A New Hope by Darleen Claire Wodzenski


Meet the author, Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski … a Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Non-Clinical Psychologist, Special Education Consultant, and Parent Trainer. She has dedicated her life to helping children with complex and co-occurring disorders of development, learning, behavior, and mental health.

A national presenter and author, she has written a number of books to help children recover from trauma and abuse; and help parents and professionals find better ways to serve children with special needs and learning problems.

 

 

Check out her books at Amazon.com:

Marmalade Jam

Part I of Therapeutic Children’s Series

Juno’s Butter Knife [to be released soon]

Part II of Therapeutic Children’s Series

Dead Children Can’t Read

Classrooms of Compassion

Raising Social Children

A Guide for Parents Who Suspect Their Child May Have A Delay in Social Development

Self-Harm Guide

A Guide for Youth, Families, Educators, Human Services Workers

 

 

 

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