Developmental Crossroads - Where a healthy body is the first step to recovery
 
What is Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!)?
 
 
A NATURAL BIOMEDICAL APPROACH TO AUTISM.
 
Since its establishment in 1967, the Autism Research Institute (ARI) has had great success in the biomedical treatment for autism.  The Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) approach was created by ARI in 1995 with the intention to gather information from specialists all around the world to find better methods to treat autism.   Scientists and physicians with expertise in psychiatry, neurology, immunology, biochemistry, and gastroenterology joined together to find natural treatments for children with autism.  These conferences have produced a base of physicians who wish to employ a rational, scientifically sound approach to the diagnosis and treatment of autism, and who regard psychoactive drugs as their last choice, not their first. 
Defeat Autism Now, adhd, developmental delay, behavior, aspergers, add, autism, recovery,The unique foundation ARI is based on is their understanding that scientists and physicians are just one part of the whole in finding better ways to treat the underlining cause of autism.  ARI believes that their work comes alive when parents join together with comments on what works best for their children.  Together, a powerful surge developed, as two worlds joined with the sole intention to treat each and every child with a specialized treatment protocol suited for their needs.  As many parents confirmed that these treatments created great gains within their child’s life, a movement occurred within the autism world.  The Defeat Autism Now approach continues to flourish around the world because of people like you who are determined to help these child blossom from the inside out.
 
For more information about the Autism Research Institute or Defeat Autism Now!  visit their web site at: http://www.autism.com
 
 
Within the World of Autism...The Stages of Toxicity.
 
Stage 1:  From Ingestion to Excretion
 
Stage 2: Toxins Entering the Blood.
 
Stage 3:  The Body's Own Antioxidant.