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My name is Christy and I’m a full-time mother to two beautiful children, one who happens to have special needs. I’m also owner and writer for wondermoms.org where I love passing on my knowledge and insights to others in the community. Recently I’ve been pondering what life will be like for my non-verbal 6-year-old son when he turns 18. I’m positive he won’t be able to just go off on his own as he transitions into adulthood.
I thought I’d pass along some additional resources I found. Hopefully, they can help families deal with this scary time in their lives and find it useful.
Renters Rights and Housing Assistance for People with Disabilities
Managing Your Child’s Transition to Adulthood
Home Modifications for Adults with Special Needs
Special Needs Checklist: How Disability-Friendly is Your City?
Vocational Training for Adults with Special Needs
Contrary to conventional wisdom, brain regeneration is possible. One promising therapy that promotes neurogenesis and is effective in pre-clinical studies of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s is near infrared light therapy, and
it may improve other mental illnesses and neurodegenerative disorders including dementia, stroke, ALS, and traumatic brain injury as well.
VLA COMMENT: L Ron Hubbard, many years ago devised a program of detoxification of drugs and medication, In his book, ClearMind/ClearBody he states that these elements are sequestered by the fatty tissue. Narconon, a detoxification center prescribes for adults 4 hours of sauna at 130-150 degrees while jogging and exercising beforehand to loosen up the crystals embedded in the fatty tissue. Niacin (not Niacin Amide) is taken before the sauna and increase upward to as much as 5000 mgs. Hubbard also includes oils and nutrition as stated in the above program…oils to replace the fat being lost. He says running and SWEATING is virtually the only way to remove the toxins from the fatty tissue. I have used this technique with great success for ridding adults of drug, medication toxins.
Non-invasive therapy to reduce the body
burden of aluminium in Alzheimer’s disease
Abstract. There are unexplained links between human exposure to aluminium and the incidence, progression and aetiology of Alzheimer’s disease. The null hypothesis which underlies any link is that there would be no Alzheimer’s disease in the effective absence of a body burden of aluminium. To test this the latter would have to be reduced to and retained at a level that was commensurate with an Alzheimer’s disease-free population. In the absence of recent human interference in the biogeochemical cycle of aluminium the reaction of silicic acid with aluminium has acted as a geochemical control of the biological availability of aluminium. This same mechanism might now be applied to both the removal of aluminium from the body and the reduced entry of aluminium into the body while ensuring that essential metals, such as iron, are unaffected. Based upon the premisethat urinary aluminium is the best non-invasive estimate of body burden of aluminium patients with Alzheimer’s disease were asked to drink 1.5 L of a silicic acid-rich mineral water each day for five days and, by comparison of their urinary excretion of aluminium pre-and post this simple procedure, the influence upon their body burden of aluminium was determined. Drinking the mineral water increased significantly (P <0.001) their urinary excretion of silicic acid (34.3 ± 15.2 to 55.7 ± 14.2 μmol/mmol
creatinine) and concomitantly reduced significantly (P = 0.037) their urinary excretion of aluminium (86.0 ± 24.3 to 62.2 ± 23.2 nmol/mmol creatinine). The latter was achieved without any significant (P >0.05) influence upon the urinary excretion of iron (20.7 ± 9.5 to 21.7 ± 13.8 nmol/mmol creatinine). The reduction in urinary aluminium supported the future longer-term
use of silicic acid as non-invasive therapy for reducing the body burden of aluminium in Alzheimer’s disease.
Pursuing a Path to Healing Gardasil Injuries
Precedent Set: State Supreme Court Rules Police Can’t Arrest Students for Using Medical Marijuana on Campus
The Arizona State Supreme Court ruled this week that college students who are medical marijuana users will no longer have to live in fear of being arrested and labeled as felony drug users if they are caught on campus with their medicine. The ruling also has national implications in states where cannabis is legal for medicinal use but possession on campus is not.
The fight for justice in Arizona was led by Arizona State University (ASU) student Andre Maestas. His dorm room was raided in March 2015, and .6 grams of cannabis and paraphernalia were found. Despite having an MMJ card, Maestas was charged with felony possession of marijuana.
VLA Comment: Every child is damaged to some extent by early childhood vaccines. As youths they feel depressed, anxious, and labeled as ADHD, OCD, Bi Polar, etc. Cannibas appears to be a natural remedy to asuage the physical and mental pain.
Pink Himalayan salt has huge amounts of magnesium, sodium, potassium and other electrolytes essential for the body’s basic activities. It is also rich in iron, an important mineral for blood circulation and general vascular health integrity. Even calcium, which is a vital mineral for bones strength and well-built structure, is present in abundance.
So let’s see how these salt crystals have turned out to be more precious and valuable than diamond crystals. In this link there are 15 mesmerizing health benefits of pink Himalayan salt that you probably don’t know.