We have been accepting the concept of mind/body/spirit, otherwise known as the holistic or alternative approach, for decades. That’s really all Autism: The Spiritual Approach to Intervention is all about.
When we do all that we know how to do in the physical, in order to help a child function and thrive comfortably in our world and feel that we are falling short of the results we are hoping to see for the child, and if he and his family are still struggling, that’s when the SAI tools can help.
The tools are practical, help us reduce burnout, pinpoint environmental agitations, calm behaviors, and bridge disconnection. Once these adjustments are made, obstacles are removed and a child can become more open to the therapeutic interventions in mind and body.
Recently, two medical doctors launched the Awaken to Autism Summit, Dr. Nguyen Phan and Dr. Andrea Libutti, both parents of children on the autism spectrum brought together 20 autism specialists from around the world who all have one thing in common–we know through experience that there is a profound spiritual aspect to autism. I was honored to be invited as one of the 20 guest presenters. each of us felt so very pleased to be a part of a movement to bring spirit into the world of autism, and into the world of parents, educators and therapists who are struggling.
So what I suggest is this: Autism: The Spiritual Approach to Intervention(R) provides one “do no harm” tool after another. Whether you are a parent, educator, therapist or provider, choose a tool in the SAI tool box that feels good to you and just try it. See how it works for you. For those of us using SAI across the globe, we are loving how it feels. We are loving how it works even more. We have learned to expect miracles in our work with kids on the spectrum. What could be better than that?
There’s lot’s of free and low-cost ways to get started at the Autism: Spiritual Approach Website
Find peace. Find hope. Find your child.