There is hope...
It is possible to have a different outcome for children with autism.
"Ryan’s recovery was not miraculous. It was the result of having his medical illness treated. His family persisted in looking for answers until they found a doctor who would do just that. Maybe that was the miracle." ~ Dr. Bruce L Russell, MD
Is recovery from autism possible? Marcia Hinds shares her story of hope, as only a mother can, in the book I Know You’re In There. The “experts” said Ryan would need to be institutionalized. But they were wrong. Ryan is now an engineer at a major aerospace company. Ryan’s recovery was not miraculous, but the result of receiving proper medical care.
Believe it or not, most doctors still don’t know how to treat Autism. Although it has been over twenty years since Ryan was diagnosed, it is still not common knowledge that autism is medical and treatable.
An “autism” diagnosis no longer has to mean “game over” and parents don’t have to helplessly watch as their children slip away. If a child’s health can be restored by treating hidden viruses and infections, recovery becomes possible. This is the message that Marcia Hinds delivers at autism conferences across the country. I Know You’re In There chronicles what she did to help Ryan and tells his story in a way that is heartbreaking, heartwarming, and sometimes hilarious.
Marcia’s inspirational book about Ryan’s recovery will make you RETHINK Autism. Many parents are still told there is no hope for their children. And how many kids will not get better as a result? This encouraging story has segments written by Ryan’s dad, his sister and Ryan himself. Ryan’s family never gave up on him, because periodically they caught a glimpse of the kid they knew was in there.Profits from I Know You’re In There: Winning Our War Against Autism go to spread the word that autism is TREATABLE!
"Children are individuals and will respond in their own way to both medical and behavioral interventions. Although most kids improve when you combine these interventions, we know those with severely compromised immune systems cannot recover as yet. We need to change that, so what happened for Ryan is no longer the exception." ~ Marcia Hinds