Autism is treatable. In recent years thousands of children have fully recovered from autism using a combination of the biomedical and behavioural treatments outlined below. All children treated in this way make marked improvements, even if they do not fully recover. Thirty-one accounts of full and partial recovery can be found in “Treating Autism” by Edelson and Rimland (4) – a book full of hope founded on science and real experiences.

Biomedical treatment of autism is mostly being developed in the USA. In the UK there are now some clinics implementing these methods such as Sincere Health and Autism Treatment Trust which specialise in tackling the environmental causes. The Treating Autism charity has also been founded to promote the cause of affected children, and by disseminating well-documented cases of improvement and, in some cases, recovery from autism.

The guidelines on this site are for educational purposes only and are not intended as a medical treatment guide. All medical treatments for autism should only be undertaken under the supervision of a qualified practitioner.


Nutritional Supplements


KryptoPyrrolUria (KPU)


Brian Rehabilitation

Behavioural Therapy (ABA)

Relationship Development Intervention (RDI)

Auditory Integration Training

Vision Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT ) and Breathing

Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Shielding


Computer-Assisted Learning

Further Reading