Limitations of conventional treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are prompting more people to look to homeopathic medicine for answers. As an Autism Support Project provider my experience and knowledge of working with ASD people has been recognised and, as I am very aware of the expensive, ongoing cost of therapies for families I offer a special, discounted fee when working with ASD people.
WHY homeopathic medicine?
Homeopathic medicine pays particular attention to mental & emotional aspects of an individual and as such, might be helpful to modify challenging behaviours.
HOW do you give homeopathic medicine to children?
Very easily, just one drop in the mouth.
Effectiveness of homoeopathic therapeutics in the management of childhood autism disorder –This study demonstrated the usefulness of homoeopathic treatment in management of neuropsychological dysfunction in childhood autism disorder, which reflected significant reduction of hyperactivity, behavioural dysfunction, sensory impairment as well as communication difficulty. This was demonstrated well in psychosocial adaptation of autistic children. Improvement seen in 88.34% of children.
Recent studies comparing homeopathic medicine with placebo in carefully controlled trials and meta analyses demonstrate its efficacy in the treatment of diarrhoea and ear infections in children;  hay fever,  menopause  and vertigo.
NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER studies and homeopathic medicine;
Children with a diagnosis of ADHD receiving homeopathic treatment - Twenty children treated for one year by a homeopath showed sustained, increasing improvements in criminality, anger and in children with a concomitant diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Randomised controlled trials of homeopathy in hyperactive children. Five months after treatment start, the difference in Conners Global Index (CGI) rating between responders and non-responders became highly significant.’’
Homeopathic treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children and youth. 63% of participants (aged 6-16) had a statistically significant improvement in ADHD using the Conners Global Index - Parent (CGI-P) index.
More information on the Autism Support Project