Seller behind “Miracle Mineral Solution” exposed by BBC undercover investigation

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We have been covering the story about “Miracle Mineral Solution” (MMS) for some considerable time, reporting on how extremely dangerous this product is. One of our guest writers, Emma Dalmayne, who has Aspeger’s syndrome and is the parent of children with autism, has been an active and vocal campaigner against MMS. In January she reported on Warnings ‘Miracle’ mineral chlorine dioxide may cause long term damage. In March Emma’s report, Jim Humbles Spirit of Health Conference appearance shrouded in mystery, highlighted that Jim ...

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4 Tips for When Children With Autism ‘Shut Down’

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Source: http://themighty.com/2015/06/4-tips-for-when-children-with-autism-shut-down/#ixzz3gOL6CQrT

You’re out shopping with your child. It’s busy, so lots of people are walking past with shopping carts and baskets. They’re all wearing different varieties of clothing, textures and contrasting colors. Some of them have on deodorant or perfume. Some don’t, but should.

There’s bright packaging and tins on the shelves, different smells of bakery bread and doughnuts. People are discussing what to have for dinner, a baby screams and someone laughs loudly. Tinny music plays, machines beep and the ...

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Applied Behavioural Analysis – First Hand Accounts

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pinocchioApplied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), one of the first things mentioned when your child receives a diagnosis of Autism.

The paediatrician may recommend it and you are sure to read glowing reports about it.

The ultimate goal of ABA? To make your child indistinguishable from their peers. To stop all self stimulating behaviour and enforce eye contact whether it be uncomfortable or not.

Children complying and a therapist fully in ...

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How My Son With Autism Changed Since He Started Homeschool

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Source: http://themighty.com/2015/06/how-my-son-with-autism-changed-since-he-started-homeschool/#ixzz3gOCYLgq9

I smile as a little boy’s giggles ripple through the house.

At one time my son never laughed and rarely smiled.

But his confidence has come back in abundance since I withdrew him from school and began to home educate him. He was a stammering, nervous little boy back then.


unnamed-54When he first started mainstream school, I was concerned he wouldn’t be watched closely and asked for ...

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How to Help with Meltdowns and Stimming Needs

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After my son was diagnosed with autism then subsequently myself I decided to do this piece for those who’s child may be diagnosed with autism or you may only have the suspicion that they are on the spectrum.

Apart from concerns about your child’s communication and social skills, they may also display self stimulating behaviours and melt downs. These behaviours may display as pacing, rocking, jumping and spinning. They may have oral stims they use to regulate themselves from humming, singing, ...

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The Anti MMS fight

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Author: Heather Beattie

My awareness of MMS started back in April 2014. I happened to see this Facebook page.

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I don’t quite know how it all happened but quickly I was put in a group chat with about 8 other people. Various countries UK, USA, Canada and South Africa. Between us we decided to create the group

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A phone call from others to the FDA quickly stopped sales of MMS on EBay.
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