Answering Questions and Questioning Answers
The greatest hurdle to progress in autism research has been the unwillingness of so many to accept a paradigm shift. Autism is treatable.
Children with autism are medically ill, not psychologically challenged. Identifying and eliminating problematic foods, chemicals, and toxins while correcting nutritional deficiencies and providing the nutrients necessary for normal growth and development is a reasonable and effective strategy. It is critical that parents become educated and informed medical consumers.
Answering questions and questioning answers captures the essence of our mission at CARE.Read More
The Center for Autism Research and Education was founded in 2003 in order to combine both state of the art clinical practice and innovative research. Dr. Cindy Schneider and the staff at CARE welcome the challenge, joy, and fulfillment of working with individuals with autism and their families. We believe that every patient can achieve a higher level of health.Read More
Cindy Schneider, MD
Dr. Cindy Schneider is the Medical Director of CARE, the Center for Autism Research and Education. Her integrative medical practice is exclusively dedicated to individuals with autism and related neurological and immune disorders. Her areas of special interest include treatment of the immune, gastrointestinal, and metabolic aspects of autism and the identification of environmental toxins contributing to the autism epidemic. She has designed and implemented multiple research studies and collaborated with researchers worldwide.Read More
Providing services for children and adults with the following medical conditions: Autism - Asperger's syndrome - Tourette's - Tic disorders - PANDAS - Dyslexia - Down syndrome - Attention deficit disorders - Nutritional deficienciesAdditional Info