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The Thinking Moms' Revolution (TMR) is a group of twenty-three moms (and one awesome dad) from Montana to Malaysia who all have children with developmental disabilities. Initially collaborating online about therapies, biomedical intervention, alternative medicine, special diets, and doctors on the cutting edge of treatment approaches to an array of chronic and developmental disabilities, such as autism, sensory processing disorders, food allergies, ADHD, asthma, and seizures, they've come together into something far more substantial. Suspecting that some of the main causes may be overused medicines, vaccinations, environmental toxins, and processed foods, they began a mission to help reverse the effects. In the process, they became a tight-knit family dedicated to helping their kids shed their diagnoses.
Here, collected by Helen Conroy and Lisa Jocye Goes, are the stories of their fights to recover their kids from autism and related disorders. With each chapter written by a different TMR member, they share how they discovered each other, what they learned from each other, and why it's important to have close friends who understand what it's like to parent a child with special needs. You'll read about the their experiences, and learn how their determination and friendships have become a daily motivation for parents worldwide.
Helen Conroy is president of the Thinking Moms' Revolution, LLC. After a fifteen-year career as a vice president at a Fortune 500 company, she became the development director for the ABLE Academy, a private school for children with developmental disabilities in Naples, Florida. Helen is married to Doug and has three beautiful children, including Harrison, diagnosed with autism and apraxia, who is on the path to healing.Lisa Joyce Goes is a contributing editor for Age of Autism, an executive board member of the Canary Party, and head of public relations for the Thinking Moms' Revolution. She and her husband Dave are actively working for health care reform in America and live in Chicago with their three children, one of whom suffers the tragic effects of iatrogenic autism.