Helping Autistic Children Thrive

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All parents want to see their children reaching their full potential and thriving in life. There are several things that parents can do to support their child on the spectrum
The following tips will help you ensure that you are covering the most important areas of your child’s development.

Tips To Help Your ASD Child Unleash His/Her Potential 

  • 1.- Look For Medical Advice: As a parent of a child on the spectrum, the best thing that you can do is look for medical advice. Seeking for professional advice as soon as you start noticing something off, is the key. Remember, when it comes to autism, early intervention is important to speed up your child’s development.
 
  • 2.- Support Their GI Health: Children with autism need careful choices when it comes to their nutrition. Avoiding sugar, corn, dairy, gluten, and artificial sweeteners are essential to protect them from inflammation and to decrease autistic symptomatology. The Keto diet has been found particularly helpful when it comes to easing gut problems, lowering inflammation, and improving autistic conditions. In our blog post Is ketogenic diet the new Autism diet? you can learn more about it in detail.
  • 3.- Support Their Brain Development: Autistic children need special attention when it comes to learning. Using visual support is a great way to help your child remember and understand more easily. Sensory activities such as playing with different textures or walking barefoot on the grass is a great way to support his/her sense of touch and sensibility. Finger painting and other artistic activities support the creative side of the child as well as his/her physical coordination. Visit our blog post Autistic Activities To Engage With Your Child and find out fun activities to support different physical and mental skills of your child
  • 4.- Look For Support: Parenting is challenging, but being a parent on the spectrum takes the task to a whole new level. Parents on the spectrum can have a hard time when it comes to feeling understood and supported. Feeling alone is a common thing for ASD parents. Therefore, looking for a community of support is crucial. Look for groups in your community that offer support for parents, or join an ASD mom/dad group. Remember, taking care of yourself is as important as taking care of your child. Dont hesitate and look for support and visit our Autistic Support Group. 
  • 5.- Stem Cell Therapy: Stem Cell Therapy is a novel method of leveraging the body’s own repair mechanism and direct it in order to repair and regenerate specific organs and tissues. It also allows physicians to expand the number of cells normally produced by a healthy individual and concentrate those cells to address the specific areas of concern. Stem Cell Therapy is very useful when it comes to supporting the following areas:
  •  Healing gut issues
  • Easing overall inflammation
  • Improving brain functioning in autistic conditions 
To find out all about Stem Cell Therapy for autistic conditions, make sure to read Autism Treatment Breakdown: Stem Cell Therapy.

At WSCC, we offer support for autistic families and their children with Stem Cell Therapy treatments that can transform autistic conditions by healing the gut, decreasing inflammation and improving brain function. We also created an autistic community on Facebook that is destined to offer support and companionship for ASD parents and their families on their journey.

 
Remember, you are not alone!

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