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There’s been a tidal wave of research pouring in from the likes of Harvard and Johns Hopkins Medicine revealing the quickest and most effective way to ease the symptoms of Autism may be through, what they’re calling, “the 2nd brain”… aka the “Gut.”
Understanding and dealing with loss can be very difficult for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). People who have autism tend to be very routine-oriented, and benefit from advance preparation for any changes that may happen to disrupt their normal routines.