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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Autism Classroom Management - Can Management And Control Be Referred To As Cure?

While the medical authorities insist the current there is no cure for autism, others say if it can be controlled and effectively managed, then it is as magnificent as a cure. This survey looks closely at it and throws some more sunbeams on the argument of whether it can be cured or not.

I have talked to lots of people about autism, including those who insist it can be cured and those who say it can't be cured. My observation is that those who say it can be cured insist that if it can be effectively managed and controlled, then that's as good as a cure, especially if the condition no longer causes problems for the victims or their loved ones anymore. While what they say makes "some" sense, there are still unanswered questions about this.  

The school of thought that insist it can't be cured believe that "cure" is completely different from "management" of the condition. They believe that if the condition can't be completely eradicated, then it just can't be cured. While they also make a lot of sense in their argument, there are still questions that they just can't answer effectively.

Nonetheless, regardless of what the real answer to this question is -- the point is that if you find a way to effectively manage or control the condition, then it can be a cure for you. That's why it's recommended that everyone looks for what works for them, in getting rid of their medical conditions.

Of course, the "cure" that will work very well with one person might not work very well for the other person. But how can you know what will work best for you, or your loved one, if you don't try it out?! Don't let your love ones suffer anymore! Lead them out through Autism Classroom Management program now!

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