We've finally left April and its namby pamby feel good (not that we don't like feel good stories at AofA) blue lit "awareness" behind. It's fitting that May first was MAY DAY - the call of distress. Here's a story from Generation Rescue, our sponsor, and provider of the Rescue Family Grant. This grant program puts dollars into familes' hands and medical treatment. And it is quietly changing lives for the better. Thank you to Jenny McCarthy, Candace MacDonald and the entire GR team. You can meet Jenny and bask in the GenRescue Lounge at the Autism One Generation Rescue conference in Chicago later this month. The cost is just $50 for a five day conference if you register by May 6.
Listen to what a Mom said about what the grant has done for her son:
Less than a month into starting biomedical treatment, the Generation Rescue grant recipients are making amazing progress!
"P's teachers were thrilled today when I came to pick him up from school. They said it was the best day he's had in a long time. P's expressive and receptive language is just taking off. He is able to express anything he wants. We're over the moon! Seeing these positive changes makes us so grateful for this opportunity."
-V, Mom to P
To find out more about the Generation Rescue Family Grant program and to apply to start treatment, please visit Gen Rescue.
The treatment category is sponsored by Lee Silsby, the leader in quality compounded medications for autism.