General Inquiries

If you have friends, family, or other loved ones looking for more information about getting help implementing the protocols used in the Aid For Autism Project, please contact us at: info@AidForAutism.com

Physician Contact

If you are a physician, insurance provider, or other agency looking to receive information regarding the Aid For Autism Program, please contact us at: physician@AidForAutism.com

DVD Requests


If you would like to be contacted when the final DVD of “2010 Aid For Autism Project – Recovering JuJu Reese” is available, please contact us at: DVD@AidForAutism.com

2010 Project Family Contact

If you would like to contact the Reese family to discuss their experience with the protocol, please contact the family at: Reese@AidForAutism.com

Mailing Address:


Aid For Autism Project
15810 East Gayle Ave # 178
Haceinda Heights, CA 91745
 
Before and After Dramatic Journey
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Wish List
One year ago, a tearful Mom and Dad wrote down the ten greatest desires they had for their son, Julius. Their anguish was reflected in the simplicity of what they wrote. These dreams, wholly unattainable, were sealed in an envelope.

Today, tearful parents unsealed that envelope and where shocked to see… (more)
 
Make a donation today

Your donation of just $10 will help 5 families start the journey towards getting their child healed.
 
Do you really know about Autism?
These children suffer from the world’s worst headache and stomachache, with chronic explosive bowel problems. An adult with these symptoms would see their doctor immediately begging for relief. But because many of these children have communication problems, we send them to psychologists and therapists first. But if you were in pain, why wouldn’t you... (more)
 
Celeste Reese Blog
Follow Celeste as she shares her struggles, accomplishments, and reactions to various physical and biomedical therapies. Sometimes horrific, sometime soaring, frequently funny, Celeste’s blog is a helpful insight into a life driven towards recovery. (See her blog).
        
Aid for Autism is part of The Hope Fund, a 501c nonprofit organization.
 
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