Sheffield, Mass. – December 10 – Last month, Senator Hillary Clinton made a pledge to increase autism research and education to $700 million a year. The Senator also stated that we do not know how to cure autism, or the best ways to treat autism.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word “cure” as: “1 a: to restore to health, soundness, or normality; b: to bring about recovery from.”
Raun K. Kaufman, CEO of The Autism Treatment Center of America™ and himself fully cured from autism, issued the following statement:
“We commend Senator Clinton for acknowledging that we are in the midst of a growing autism epidemic and for proposing a bold and meaningful plan to address it. But we urge the Senator and her advisors to recognize that an autism cure is possible. I met Senator Clinton and discussed with her my history, so she has met at least one formerly autistic person. There are many others. Funding only matters if it is based upon the premise that these children can be helped.”
As a child, Mr. Kaufman was diagnosed with severe autism and recommended for lifelong institutionalization. Instead, his parents developed The Son-Rise Program®, which enabled their son’s complete cure. Now an international speaker and Ivy League graduate, Mr. Kaufman bears no traces of his former condition.
The Autism Treatment Center of America™, www.autismtreatmentcenter.org, is home of The Son-Rise Program for autism treatment and education. The Son-Rise Program is the only program that:
The Autism Treatment Center of America is the worldwide teaching center for The Son-Rise Program, a powerful, effective and totally unique treatment for children and adults challenged by autism, autism spectrum disorders, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), Asperger's Syndrome, and other developmental difficulties. For more information, visit www.autismtreatment.org.
The Son-Rise Program is a registered trademark of Barry Neil Kaufman and Samahria Lyte Kaufman. The Autism Treatment Center of America is a trademark of The Option Institute™.
Contact: Brenda Nashawaty, 617-688-3253, Brenda@option.org