What are the Barriers to Driving with ASD?

What are the Barriers to Driving with ASD? By Janet Lintala, DC Nikki did a great job of touching on the challenges to driving with ASD in her blog post, “Driving with ASD Can Be a Struggle.” Many of you wrote in and wanted to know more. So this blog post will explore the list […]

The Autism Spectrum: Are We Missing the Females?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] By Janet Lintala, DC, author of The Un-Prescription for Autism. This is an article I wrote that originally appeared on The Momiverse and on PsychCentral.  Gender differences in autism is still a relevant topic! You sometimes think you want to disappear, but all you really want is to be found. -Kid Cudi       […]

Are We Asking Them to Do Their Best While They Feel Their Worst?

By Janet Lintala Janet Lintala is author of The Un-Prescription for Autism: A Natural Approach for a Calmer, Happier, and More Focused Child The fog is like a cage without a key. Elizabeth Wurtzel IEPs, aides, modifications, tutoring, special classrooms, and well-trained, dedicated teachers are useful resources to help students on the autism spectrum. But […]

6. Quick Start Plus Immune Support

6. How to Quick-start GI and Immune Support at the Same Time If you feel you don’t have a moment to waste to begin GI Support, AND you have a child who catches frequent colds, strep or ear infections, here’s how to get a jumpstart on the process, even if your copy of the book […]

5. Quick Start Action Steps

5. How to Quick Start the GI Support Protocol If you feel you don’t have a moment to waste, if you have decided you want to try the protocols in the book no matter what, here’s how to get a jumpstart on the process, even if your copy of the book hasn’t arrived yet: 1.Order […]