Autism Study Seeks Subjects
Jul 01, 2015 06:50PM
The NAET (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique) Foundation needs volunteers for a large, global study on autistic children ages 2 to 10 to determine the effectiveness of NAET on autism spectrum disorder. The Foundation’s earlier published research showed dramatic improvement, with 23 of 30 children receiving treatment being able to return to regular schools versus none of 30 in the untreated control group.
Candidate children must have a diagnosis of autism from a psychologist, physician, neurologist or a psychiatrist. Part of the initial screening will include blood tests for IgE allergies, a five-minute interactive video and functional testing at no cost to the participants. Participants will be treated once or twice a week over four to six months for 36 key groups of allergens. Compensation will be equivalent to $2,500 in free treatments and testing for the child.