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    SenchoNeko posted:
    There are so many different approaches to autism treatment available. I believe it is most important that parents and families dealing with autism choose treatment methods based on what they feel comfortable with and what they feel best suits their autistic family member's needs. I have witnessed the success of this program with people I know personally. I would highly recommend families dealing with autism consider this as a serious approach to treatment. Check out this video of one child's recovery:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcMgrKUqR9o
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