Leeann Whiffen's son Clay was about 16 months old when she started noticing a change in his behavior. His normal, happy disposition and language skills were suddenly replaced with a lack of eye contact and severe tantrums. It didn’t take long for doctors to diagnose Clay with autism. And soon after the diagnosis, Leeann found herself on a journey to find, and fight for, the treatments that would eventually lead to his recovery.
Now she’s the author of the hit book A Child’s Journey Out Of Autism, and is fighting to pass legislation that will force insurance companies to pay for necessary treatments to help autism. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about her incredible story.
You’ll Also Hear…
• A simple "laundry list" of symptoms to look for if you suspect your child has autism
• Spooky insights into the triggers and causes of autism and why “the jury may still be out” on whether today’s vaccines are really as safe as claimed
• Key strategies for finding the right treatment plan for your autistic child, along with the best therapies available today
• A checklist for parents that will get them on the fast track to recovery for their autistic children
• The often-overlooked dietary staple that could be worsening the symptoms in your autistic child
• Why most insurance companies won’t treat autism – and how to get the kind of treatment your child deserves
According to Leeann, early detection and treatment is absolutely critical for recovery to be a possibility. But fortunately, there are a lot of resources available for parents to turn to, if you know where to look. And this interview will tell you how to get started.