Autism Can Be Helped By NeuroCranial Restructuring
Autism is not understood and there is no predictable, effective treatment. I have worked with a few autistic children, and they have all been unique. But I think they all have problems with brain function, similar to those discussed with ADD and hyperactivity.
With autism, there is no simplified model that allows medications to control the symptoms. People who come out of their autistic state can shed little light on the cause(s) of autism. There are behavior control techniques that are opposed by some as being too harsh, but they are sometimes effective.
I have seen improvement in the autistic patients I have treated, but I find it slower and less predictable than with learning disabilities. Nonetheless, I believe that an important part of effective treatment of autism is to optimize the structures of the head and spine.