Here at Autism Life Link, we realize that many people are confused about what autism is and how to handle certain situations.
We created this blog to help inform you about autism and how we deal with it day to day with our son, Quay. Browse through our posts to read and share our stories and many others!
The month of April, also known as Autism Awareness Month, is quickly approaching and many of our supporters are looking for simple ways that they can help out and teach others about Autism Spectrum Disorder. We’ve come up with a list of four easy things you can do to support those with autism.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently released a statement warning parents and caregivers of people with autism to stay away from drugs and treatments that claim to be a cure for autism. There currently is no cure for the disorder, and any product or treatment that claims to do so is a scam and could be potentially harmful to your loved one.
For years there has been much controversy over a possible link between children’s vaccines and autism. The debate was further publicized by actress Jenny McCarthy when she claimed that the Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine caused her son’s autism.