Children are recovering from autism, says Mary Romaniec, as are their families.
--Yet the general public is largely unaware that this is even possible, let alone happening at astounding rates. While traditional medicine continues to be stymied on the causes and potential remedies, other physicians and proactive parents have partnered to become a progressive force for change.
In Victory over Autism, Mary Romaniec takes the reader through the personal stages parents will experience when their child is first diagnosed with autism, and shows how to become part of the next generation of proactive parents who are making a difference in the well-being of their children and families. Romaniec explores the stages of grief associated with the diagnosis, followed by an examination of the winning attributes parents should--and will--possess or adopt as they strive toward the goal of better health and full recovery for their child.
Victory over Autism
Mary Romaniec is the mother of a child who recovered from autism by the age of four and has written numerous articles on the topic. She works as a reporter and lives in Grafton, Massachusetts with her husband and three children.
240 pages. 2016
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