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However you incorporate music into your child’s life, you may soon realize that you will be opening doors for them and bring healing and comforting at the same time. While also planting the seeds to a brighter future for your child. Because Autism Elephant In a world where you can be anything be kind shirt. This elephant was painted by a young man, Angel from Mexico City, an extremely talented artist with down syndrome and autism. We are truly inspired by his painting skills! Thank you Norma Acosta, his wonderful mom for sharing this with us!
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As we all sit here wondering and watching, Relativity remains an almost-finished project. It’s about closure, but it’s also about Autism. The bigger elephant is me, the little one is my 8 year old son Marcus (he also has Autism). It’s about how taboo deals with society. Because In a world where you can be anything be kind Autism Elephant shirt. As we approach the end of autism awareness month, we need to address the elephant in the room… you guessed it… vaccines and autism.. specifically, the MMR vaccine. It is almost impossible though to explore this topic without looking at the research of Dr. Andrew Wakefield, which was published in 1998 and retracted in 2010 due to what was deemed as research fraud.
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I strongly urge parents and all individuals interested, to read the reasons for the retraction of the article which suggested a possible link between ASD and MMR. Whether you are for or against vaccines, I think it’s important to have information… discussion is healthy- for or against. However let’s not do the “but I heard someone say…”. Let’s research legitimate sources of sound, empirical data.