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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Check out this awesome interview about optometry breakthroughs and autism!


So, what can a top expert in opthamology tell us about treating autism?   Watch this interview and see!  I loved this interview with the very passionate and inspiring Dr. Jeffrey Becker.  Dr. Becker is a graduate of the Illinois College of Optometry and has been trained in biomedical interventions for autism.   He lectures internationally about vision therapy, autism and rehabilitation.  Dr. Becker has authored articles about vision therapy appearing in AutismFile magazine and he contributed to the book, Cutting Edge Therapies for Autism.  I was able to learn a lot from him and he even showed me some great examples using prism glasses in the interview! You can catch the interview on the kristinselbygonzalez You Tube channel here: 

Dr. Jeffrey Becker Interview Part 1:
Dr. Jeffrey Becker Interview Part 2:

Thursday, November 17, 2011

See what we've been up to lately!


Want to see what Enzymedica’s Autism Cause Relations Department has been up to lately ;)

Take a peek at our video blog here!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4qL-dQs5RGo

We have been travelling the country and beyond spreading hope and awareness for autism!  We’ve been speaking on panels, lecturing and guest speaking with other inspirational advocates, all for the cause.  The conferences have been great and at the US Asperger and Autism conference and the National Autism Association Conference we were fortunate enough to be able to film for our Internet TV show called: Autism Approved. We have been able to interview some top experts in the autism community. Please check out www.voiceamerica.TV and look under health and wellness and check out our show.

With 1 out 91 children (between the ages of 3 to 17) being diagnosed today, it is a great honor to represent Enzymedica on the front lines to offer tools and resources to families who are in great need for education. As a mom myself of a son with autism I feel it is a privilege to help the autism community in any way we can. Our kiddos are getting better at any age and together we can make a difference!