A great new book written by Dr. Tanya Paparella, one of Sarah’s co-authors and colleagues at UCLA.
In the book, Dr. Paparella, who is the director of the Early Childhood Partial Hospitalization Program at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute and who has over 20 years of experience with early intervention for children with autism, reviews all of the core deficits of autism and then provides specific, practical, parent-friendly step-by-step interventions to help children improve their behavior, communication ability and socialization.
Available from Amazonand other final booksellers from June 11, 2012.
About Generation Rescue
Generation Rescue is an international movement of scientists, physicians and parent-volunteers researching the causes and treatments for autism and helping more than 20,000 children begin biomedical treatment.
Generation Rescue provides funding grants to families who cannot afford proper treatment for their child with autism.
Generation Rescue’s research mission is dedicated to finding more of the causative factors and treatment approaches for children with autism.
Rescue Awareness Campaign
Generation Rescue says that one of their goals is to help inform parents about the causes of autism, how to prevent autism and get proper treatment.
Through their website, www.GenerationRescue.org, Generation Rescue provides web content to help families learn more about early intervention, treatment approaches, and prevention techniques. The content includes the latest medical literature and news.
Medical Conditions and Rights
Generation Rescue recognizes that many children with autism are affected by environmental toxins and infections that affect their whole body not just the brain. Generation Rescue advocates for the right for children with autism to receive proper treatment. Through proper medical treatment, Generation Rescue says that many children improve or recover from autism.
For more information, visit www.GenerationRescue.org now.
Jenny is very excited that her new book, Healing and Preventing Autism: A Complete Guide will be released at the end of this month. Just as she did with her previous books Louder Than Words: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Autism and Mother Warriors: A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds, she will be making a number of appearances to promote the new book and spread the word.
In 2006, autism became the leading disorder affecting children in the United States. While diagnoses skyrocket and parents struggle to find help, a group of innovative doctors has been pioneering therapies and treatments that are remarkably effective in healing conditions associated with autism. As word spreads about these incredible discoveries – helped in part by Jenny – parents are desperate to learn about the biomedical therapies for themselves.
Since early intervention is key to a successful recovery, Jenny has teamed up with Dr. Jerry Kartzinel, the doctor who successfully treated her son, to write the first book to give parents all the necessary information about biomedical treatment. Beginning with diagnosis, Dr. Kartzinel explains the different therapies that he uses. He shows parents how to make simple changes to their child’s environment and diet that can result in marked improvements and are safe and easy to try at home. And finally he explains some of the more advanced therapies that many doctors use today, and the way parents, alongside a qualified medical professional, can determine whether or not such treatments would benefit their child.
For new parents, Dr. Kartzinel provides helpful guidelines on how to best protect their child from developing autism.
Available at Amazon.com and other quality booksellers everywhere March 31, 2009.
Stories of hope and recovery from a nation of parents of autistic children, by the high-profile, bestselling author of Louder Than Words.
When Jenny McCarthy published Louder Than Words: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Autism, the story of her successful efforts to save her son, Evan, from autism, the response was tremendous. It hit #3 on the New York Times bestseller list; and Jenny and Evan were featured on the covers of several magazines, including People. But what she hadn’t anticipated was the overwhelming response from other parents of autistic children, who sought her out to share their stories.
No two autistic children heal in exactly the same way. And in her new book, Jenny expands her message to share recovery stories from parents across the country. Mother Warriors, shows how each parent fought to find her own child’s perfect “remedy of interventions” and teaches parents how to navigate safely through the many autism therapies.
Along the way, Jenny shares her own journey as an autism advocate and mother as well as the progress of her son, Evan. Emotional and genuinely practical, Mother Warriors will inspire a generation of parents with hope.
Available at Amazon and other quality booksellers everywhere September 23, 2008.
One morning, Jenny was having a cup of coffee when she sensed something was wrong. She ran into her two-year-old son Evan’s room and found him seizing. In that moment, Jenny went from being the mother of an average toddler to being in the midst of a medical odyssey. Doctor after doctor misdiagnosed Evan until—after many harrowing, life-threatening episodes later—one amazing doctor discovered that Evan is autistic.
Though Evan finally had a diagnosis, Jenny didn’t know what to do next and she soon found herself alone without any resources except for her determination to help her son. Jenny eventually realized that she’d have to become a detective. She spoke with many doctors, parents, governmental agencies, private foundations, and essentially earned a PhD in “Google Research.” At last, she discovered an intense combination of behavioral therapy, diet, and supplements that became the key to saving Evan from autism. And, now in this book, she creates a roadmap for parents who are concerned about their own child.
Jenny does more than just reveal the winning formula that worked for Evan. Her story shares the frustrations and joys of raising an autistic child and shows how with love and determination a parent can shape their child’s life and happiness.
Available at Amazon and other quality booksellers everywhere September 17, 2007.