Where do you start to help your child so they can have a happy, healthy and meaningful life?

Autism is a complex disorder, requiring a comprehensive treatment plan, so that they grow into the best version of themselves that they can be.

The Autism GAINES Project helps to identify these basic deficiencies in developing children.

Check out the

Autism GAINES Project Webpage

for more information.

Is your child building a strong foundation on which they will become the best version of themselves?

Assess your child quickly with the Autism GAINES checklist

The foundation for your child’s health depends on:

Autism is a complex disorder, requiring a comprehensive treatment plan, so that they grow into the best version of themselves that they can be.

The foundation for your child’s health depends on:

The Autism GAINES Project helps to identify these basic deficiencies in developing children.

Check out the

Autism GAINES Project Webpage

for more information.

Is your child building a strong foundation on which they will become the best version of themselves?

Access your child quickly with the Autism GAINES checklist

Looking Beyond the Basics – How do we do it?

If you have been told that there is no evidence to show that correcting nutritional and biochemical deficiencies, dietary modification, addressing gut issues or supplements can benefit your child, nothing can be further from the truth.

Together we can help your child achieve a better outcome.

As a Medical Scientist, Naturopath, and father of an ASD child, I know the frustration and challenges of finding the best treatment for your child. Often parents just know that it is not just ASD that is an issue. Something else may be making your child unhappy. If you do not know what you are dealing with, then it is harder to treat your child successfully.

As a parent you need to do your own research, question everything and commit to helping your child. There is no “magic potion” or protocol, it is treating many issues well, that ultimately help your child make gains. This starts with improving six fundamental areas that form the foundation of helping any ASD child, as explained above and in the Autism GAINES Project.

What improvements would you expect to see in in your child?

Optimising these six fundamental areas of your child’s health, your child will be happier and achieve so much more. And life will be a little less stressful for you and your family. Especially if you are all able to get a good night’s sleep! It also builds a good foundation for other supportive therapies like behavioural, speech, occupational therapy, etc.

By correcting a child’s underlying issues, I have yet to see a child not benefit by becoming happier, calmer, and ultimately benefiting more from any additional therapies. They can concentrate, learn and with time develop the skills they need to become independent. As a parent of an ASD child, this is what I wanted most for my child. Was it easy? No, but I made the commitment, and now he is independent and making his own mark on the world. Together, we can do the same for your child.

We are not talking of “cures” or “recovery”, rather we want them to be the best version of themselves. In the process, some may no longer fit the criteria for a formal ASD diagnosis. However, they often retain the beneficial aspects of their autism.

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ADHD)
When my son was diagnosed, the ARI Treatment Rating was probably the best source of information I had to work with. Since 2009 we have greatly improved the effectiveness of these treatments in the parent ratings below and added many more.

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The Autism GAINES Project

The Autism GAINES Project

Every parent has hope for their child’s future. The Autism GAINES Project gives hope with a plan. Building a strong foundation for every child.

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