- The Odd Way Home
Autism Today announces our collaborative partnership with “The Odd Way Home”.
- Growth Coach Academy
Going From Heartbreak to Happiness® is a process, like baking a cake.
- Karen Simmons
A mother to 6, 2 with special needs, and the Founder/CEO of Autism Today
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The Odd Way Home
Autism Today is thrilled to announce our collaborative partnership with a movie entitled “The Odd Way Home” which has just released. It stars Rumer Willis, Chris Marquette, Bruce Altman and Veronica Cartwright. Click Here Now to Get Your DVD
Growth Coach Academy
The Growth Coach Academy is dedicated to dramatically reducing the length of time that people suffer from heartbreak, stress, or grief. To accomplish this goal, Aurora Winter is training a team of extraordinary coaches to support the 50,000,000 people suffering from grief. This is a great coach training program for people who want to make a significant difference.
Going From Heartbreak to Happiness® is a process, like baking a cake. It’s the same process whether the heartbreak is caused by death, divorce, or another heartbreaking loss.
There’s a recipe. Learn this proven recipe so you can make a difference in the lives of others and earn a significant income coaching your clients From Heartbreak to Happiness®. You can take this training alongside your full-time career, as long as you have at least 2 hours a week. The coach training program is designed to ensure your success.
Take a look at The Growth Coach Academy.
Karen Simmons is the mother to 6, 2 with special needs, best selling author and the Founder/CEO of Autism Today, a world leader, speaker and conference coordinator in autism information, research and resources. As the Internet Entrepreneur Award winner of the year, Simmons website www.autismtoday.com joins autism and special needs communities for all concerned.
Simmons is also the author of four widely cherished books, and two CD’s including Little Rainman and Gold Medal recipient, “The Official Autism 101 Manual”. She is also co-author along with Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Heather McNamara to “Chicken Soup For The Soul, Children with Special Needs” … read more
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What is Autism?
What is Autism? By the The Autism Lady: Autism is a complex neurobiological disorder that typically lasts throughout a person’s lifetime. It is part of a group of disorders known as autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Today, 1 in 88 children under 8 years old is diagnosed with autism. It occurs in all racial, ethnic, and social groups and is four times more likely to strike boys than girls.
Autism impairs a person’s ability to communicate and relate to others. It is also associated with rigid routines and repetitive behaviors, such as obsessively arranging objects or following very specific routines. Symptoms can range from very mild to quite severe.
Autism, also known as PDD Autism, high functioning autism or autism spectrum disorders, ASD, and aspergers syndrome, all fall under the pervasive developmental disorders umbrella.
With a great deal of autism research and whole health training to find both the cause of autism and reduce any autism symptoms, there is hope on the horizon to cure autism now.