World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), Apr 2/15

World Autism Awareness Day aims to increase people's awareness about people, especially children, with autism. The day often features educational events for teachers, health care workers and parents, as well as exhibitions showcasing work created by children with autism. The eighth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2015. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events. How will you celebrate? Use #LIUB to … [Read more...]

Lynette Louise ‘aka’ THE BRAIN BROAD

Choose Your Valentine With Care: He/She is Bound to Change your Brain! By: Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD When you connect deeply with someone a new person evolves, a kind of third wheel singularity that makes choices in cooperation--and even in discord--with the two of you. I first heard this concept, of all places, while reading the book In Cold Blood: a true story about two men that murdered a family of four living peacefully in the country. The writer explained how neither of these … [Read more...]

TIMELY: A Book Starring A Girl With Disabilities For Every Stocking!‏

The WingMaker: New Rhyming Picture Book Starring A Girl With Disabilities—Available For The Holidays International Therapist Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD Writes a True Tale of Inspiration for Families Coping with Disabilities, Mental Health Issues, and Loss Simi Valley, Calif., Dec. 5, 2013—International mental health expert and neurofeedback practitioner Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD of Brain and Body travels the globe as a playful therapist and brain expert. Visiting homes of … [Read more...]

Growing In And Out Of Autism, Lynette Louise

I suppose this article can be seen as inflammatory, but I just can't keep what I am seeing a secret anymore. To understand what I am about to share, you have to know a little about me. I raised eight children, six were adopted and of those six five were labeled as challenged. As the spectrum of autism became more cohesive four of the five were considered autistic. In addition, two of my grandsons also showed signs of autism and we - as a family - took immediate measures to change the … [Read more...]

Women Abused as Girls more likely to birth Children With Autism

APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH The study, published in the Journal JAMA Psychiatry, is the first to examine the potential legacy that a mother’s experience with childhood abuse could have on the health of her own children. The findings are especially sobering given the latest statistics released from the Centers for Disease Control, which found a significantly higher rate of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) — 1 in 50 compared to one in 88 from a report released in 2012 — among school-aged … [Read more...]

Lynette Louise Taking Action for AUTISM, as the ‘Brain Broad’

Autism awareness and acceptance doesn’t mean not helping. While millions of dollars are being spent on autism studies, more studies and re-evaluation of studies, and thousands of Facebook pages, blogs and websites are being designed to argue vaccine issues, the cure conundrum and semantics, Lynette Louise is running around the world (well, mostly flying and sometimes driving!) with her brain computers and passion for believing in a future for all autistics and their families, making a … [Read more...]

Lynette Louise, State Dependent Learning: A Teaching and Autism AHA! Moment

Sometimes I believe things and don’t know why. I then use this mysterious belief to help others generalize their intended behavior rather than act out of habit. Many people say it’s because I know things others don’t and they call it an intuitive understanding. I have pondered the word ‘intuitive’ for this very reason and have come to the belief that, in fact, I just process behavioral observations faster than most people. This is my job, I use many tools and I am good at … [Read more...]

Lynette Louise celebrates a year of Taking Action

My intention is to build enough of a presence in the world of Autism Awareness to dispel the mystery and fear and just teach people how to change what is. I work in an amazing field wherein curing things like depression is easily done and yet pharmaceutical companies make billions of dollars building a world of addicts by creating dependency. The population of autism is even more disadvantaged by misinformation and crippling approaches to healing. I want to change that. I am the author of the … [Read more...]

Lynette Louise , Jeff … ‘ a sexually realized spiritual odyssey of stepping into love ‘

I have recently been inundated with stories of children who were taken from their parents because they were running for the sake of running. One such story hails out of Calgary Canada and tells of a drug free joyous autistic girl who ran off to play forgetting to circle back for home. Dad called 911 and she was found shortly thereafter completely oblivious to any problems she may have caused. She was apprehended and since the children's aid was not able to help her as she was they chose to drug … [Read more...]

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