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Optimal Health & Well Being
- To raise awareness of potential environmental triggers for autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and to counter the claims that autism is a purely inherited (genetic) condition.
- To promote research into potential environmental causes and develop screening methods to recognise at risk individuals during early development.
- To encourage and promote targeting of research funding into the study of potential environmental factors including toxic elements, organic xenobiotic chemicals and pathogenic organisms which act to perturb immune function.
- To ensure that every child diagnosed with autism, or a related condition, is screened for a comprehensive range of biological, biochemical, immunological and psychological abnormalities such that an individual treatment programme can be developed and funded by government.
- To raise awareness of and to encourage clinical trials on novel treatments to alleviate the symptoms of and, improve the quality of life for individuals with autism.