Austim: Navigating the Gluten-Casein Free Diet

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3 Responses to Austim: Navigating the Gluten-Casein Free Diet

  1. Miko October 25, 2012 at 5:19 pm #

    Hi, i have some questions. Do you think that my son will be able to receive either social security or disability? I tried to apply for one but not the other. I was told that I make too much. I work for Chrysler. I’m a single parent & some of the therapies that Nickolas needs has to be either paid out of pocket or insurance doesn’t cover. He is on his dad’s insurance but, the thing is we both work for Chrysler. Being that both of us work for the same company, Chrysler won’t let me add Nickolas on my insurance. If you can help me out, it will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time. Also what can I do to help spread the knowledge & awareness of autism?

    • admin October 25, 2012 at 5:52 pm #

      First I’d like to say I’m honored that you would ask me a question regarding your precious gift from God – your son. I am not sure what State you are inquiring from but I will assume if it is Michigan, where I used to live (near Detroit) you may want to contact an organization called Bridges for kids. It’s a non-profit parent organization providing a comprehensive system of information and referral for parents and professionals working with children from birth through transition to adult life. Bridges4Kids also supports non-profits that share our mission with web design, data collection, telephone referral services and technical assistance. Their website is They have lawyers who you can ask questions regarding your rights as a parent and perhaps where to go. In New Jersey, where I am based now, has an organization called SPAN, which stands for the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network, Inc. Go to They have tons of information for parents who need questions answered. If you don’t live in any of these two states, I’d suggest you google the words: “parent’s rights, disabled children, and the state you live in”. Hopefully, with a few searches you can find an advocacy group who can point you in the right direction to help you. Good luck!

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