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Bright eyes Thoughtful House , in Austin Texas, is proud to announce a wonderful opportunity for 50 families affected by autism spectrum disorder.

The Bright Eyes Project will provide support and financial assistance to 50 children for the provision of the initiation of appropriate intervention. Over the course of four months, those selected will receive eight appointments with clinicians from the Medical Center and Nutrition Clinic at Thoughtful House. Each family will also receive an in-depth orientation and review with a behavior consultant.

Additionally, each family will have comprehensive support from their Family Care Coordinator and will receive discounts on appropriate laboratory testing and nutritional supplements as prescribed during the program. The estimated value of these services and discounts is approximately $5,000 per child. Each family will be responsible for a small co-pay for each appointment.

Families must meet established criteria to apply. These criteria include:

Child must be between the ages of 18 months and 12 years old to apply

Child must have a confirmed ASD diagnosis

Family must meet income requirements and be willing to commit to program requirements

The Thoughtful House team is excited about the opportunity to offer meaningful and effective interventions for 50 families in need. For more details or to request an application, please email intake@thoughtfulhouse.org.


With Special Thanks to:

Doctor's Data, Inc.
Genova Diagnostics
People's Pharmacy
Klaire Labs, a division of ProThera, Inc.
Pharmax, a division of Seroyal
Houston's Enzymes
Metagenics
Rebecca Ryan, J.D.
The Nutrition Clinic at Thoughtful House
The Medical Center at Thoughtful House

Lee Silsby logo 09 The treatment category is sponsored by Lee Silsby, the leader in quality compounded medications for autism.

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