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Denial: How Refusing to Face the Facts about Our Autism Epidemic Hurts Children, Families, and Our Future By Mark Blaxill Dan Olmsted,

  • Title: Denial: How Refusing to Face the Facts about Our Autism Epidemic Hurts Children, Families, and Our Future
  • Author: Mark Blaxill Dan Olmsted
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Even as the autism rate soars and the cost to our nation climbs well into the billions, a dangerous new idea is taking hold There simply is no autism epidemic.The question is stark Is autism ancient, a genetic variation that demands acceptance and celebration Or is it new and disabling, triggered by something in the environment that is damaging children every day AEven as the autism rate soars and the cost to our nation climbs well into the billions, a dangerous new idea is taking hold There simply is no autism epidemic.The question is stark Is autism ancient, a genetic variation that demands acceptance and celebration Or is it new and disabling, triggered by something in the environment that is damaging children every day Authors Mark Blaxill and Dan Olmsted believe autism is new, that the real rate is rising dramatically, and that those affected are injured and disabled, not merely neurodiverse They call the refusal to acknowledge this reality Autism Epidemic Denial This epidemic denial blocks the urgent need to confront and stop the epidemic and endangers our kids, our country, and our future.The key to stopping the epidemic, they say, is to stop lying about its history and start asking who profits People who deny that autism is new have self interested motives, such as ending research that might pinpoint responsibility and, most threateningly, liability for this man made epidemic.Using ground breaking research, the authors definitively debunk best selling claims that autism is nothing new and nothing to worry about.
    Denial How Refusing to Face the Facts about Our Autism Epidemic Hurts Children Families and Our Future Even as the autism rate soars and the cost to our nation climbs well into the billions a dangerous new idea is taking hold There simply is no autism epidemic The question is stark Is autism ancient

    One thought on “Denial: How Refusing to Face the Facts about Our Autism Epidemic Hurts Children, Families, and Our Future”

    1. Admittedly, the first half is a bit of a slog, as the authors work through case studies amd historical research into mental health, but it s a much needed slog and worthwhile, as it builds the case for the second half of the book Also, they manage to shred Silberman s Neurotribes arguments Definitely glad that I convinced my librarian to order a copy.

    2. It was just ok I agree with some of the points but it had too much of a negative, conspiracy tone I wish energy was put into solutions rather than bashing others.

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