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Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism, Fourth Edition

Ken Siri, Tony Lyons, Teri Arranga (Afterword by)

Hardcover

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Description

The parents of children with autism know that learning about treatments is a full-time job. For parents with limited time, ability, or resources, Ken Siri and Tony Lyons have compiled the latest in autism research and treatment. Exploring the possible causes of autism and presenting novel therapies, medications, and interventions, Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism contains contributions from more than ninety experts on a wide variety of research findings, therapies, models, and multifaceted evaluation and treatment centers.

Revised and fully updated to include the latest developments, this fourth edition includes up-to-date information on mitochondrial, antifungal, and physical therapy treatments; about speech, art, music, and sound therapies; and how diets, HANDLE, indigenous healing, and other exciting new treatments can be used to help your child. It also addresses developing technologies, like the iPad, which provides hundreds of apps that help kids with autism communicate and organize their day, and helps parents keep track of therapy schedules. Filled with case studies and research, Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism is a detailed and informative guide for anyone affected by autism.

Skyhorse, 9781510734487, 688pp.

Publication Date: April 15, 2014



About the Author

Ken Siri, also the author of 1,001 Tips for the Parents of Autistic Boys, is the single parent of a boy with autism. He is the founder and president of Consilium Global Research, a Wall Street advisory firm. Ken is active in the autism community in New York City, where he and his son reside.

Tony Lyons is a book publisher and the parent of two girls, including one with autism, and is also the author of 1,001 Tips for the Parents of Autistic Girls.

Teri Arranga is the executive director of AutismOne. She is also a radio host and serves as the vice president of the Global Autism Collaboration.