TA Clinical & Research newsletter for professionals – Issue 2 out!
- CALL TO ACTION: MENDIP HOUSE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME ABUSE SCANDAL
- Treating Autism statement re Mendip House scandal, NAS-run care home for adults with severe autism
- Identifying health problems in autism 1 December, London. CPD educational event for parents and professionals.
- Autism Research Should Be Financed Like Venture Capital
- London Support Group Meeting 18 October
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We are delighted to announce that our TA iNFORM Issue 2 Professionals Newsletter covering the very latest developments in autism research and clinical practice is now out. The newsletter is aimed at healthcare professionals but parents too can benefit from the information.
The newsletter includes articles on very latest development in autism such as:
- Groundbreaking research on potential new treatments for the core symptoms of autism: Suramin trials
- Autistic regression links to autoimmunity
- Early medical events override genetics
- High prevalence of Celiac Disease in autism revealed
- Higher rates of autism in children with congenital disorders
- Perinatal risk factors associated with autism
- Diuretic drug bumetanide improves core autism symptoms
- ACTH therapy benefits stuttering and autism
- Social impairment in autism as a direct result of sensory dysfunction
Our TA iNFORM Issue 1 (Dec 2016), it is also available online, covering:
- Feeding disorders and picky eating in autism linked to medical problems.
- Autism and epilepsy share common etiology.
- Premature mortality in autism, early deaths due to medical conditions.
- Autoimmune encephalitis mimicking an autistic regression.
- Prescription doses of folinic acid could reduce several autism symptoms.
- And much more!