Marcia Hinds

Marcia Hinds

 

       

Marcia Hinds wrote ‘I Know You’re In There: winning our war against autism’. This inspirational book is the story of her son’s recovery. Ryan is now an engineer at a major aerospace company. Marcia has degrees in sociology and psychology from UCLA and is a credentialed teacher. But Marcia’s most impressive credential for writing this book is that she is Ryan’s mother and their family survived the autism diagnosis. Preview the book on Amazon or at www.autism-and-treatment.com .

All profits from Marcia’s book go to spread the word that AUTISM IS TREATABLE.

Marcia is available for speaking engagements. http://www.autism-and-treatment.com/media-kit/

How to Find the Right Doctor to Beat Autism

Children are recovering from autism and yet most doctors don’t even know this is possible. Finding the right doctor to treat the subset of autism our children suffer from still remains one of our biggest challenges. Autism is complicated and results from many medical issues combined. Because our medical community has become so specialized, more…

Reading Comprehension and Making Friends Seemed to be a Constant Issue

Because language comes later for children with autism, many of our kids struggle with reading comprehension. Even though my son is now an engineer, his weakness in this area was one of my main concerns when he was in elementary school. This worried me, since reading comprehension was part of almost every school subject. Ryan…

Use Whatever Works!

Why are we all afraid to use prescription drugs to help our children? I used to be one of those parents who only wanted to use supplements and natural remedies. But I changed my mind.  Some of our children need prescription drugs rather than supplements. I am thrilled for those who have recovered their kids with…

Why Do Kids with Autism Act Out and are Sometimes Aggressive?

Many of our children are extremely intelligent even though they can’t show us that because of the communication issue. It may look like the lights are on and nobody is home but that usually isn’t true. They are in there and hearing every word we say. But since they have limited speech and have trouble…

The Road to Recovery Takes Time – Don’t Give Up Too Soon!

It is not like I woke up one day and BAM my kid was better. Although Ryan is now an aerospace engineer, his recovery from autism was S-L-O-W.  It took years.  After two steps forward, he’d take one step back. Sometimes it was two steps forward, three steps back. In the beginning of our autism…

Shattering Myths – Part 4 of 4

The road ahead Following years of intense medical and behavioral interventions Ryan is now employed as an engineer at a major aerospace company. But more importantly, he has friends and is happy. One of his bosses recently complimented him on his great people skills. Ryan and I had a good laugh over that one.  My…

Shattering Myths – Part 2 of 4

Getting past the grief Only parents have the determination, stamina, and commitment to take on the seemingly insurmountable task of recovery. We will keep working to help our children no matter how tired or discouraged we feel. No one else ever volunteers to do this job for you. And your child will not come out…