A diagnosis of autism is the single most heart wrenching experience a family can go through. I can empathize with a colorful background as a marriage and family therapist, behavior analyst, teacher, and advocate desperately trying to help my own son Dominic, patients, and other students. I personally and professionally have spent two decades studying every medical, educational, and behavior solutions derived from neuroscience principles while I developed schools, clinics, and laws with the best of the best in the field. Many of us search for the solution to our feelings of desperation, helplessness, and outright frustration in a complicated system wrenched with many injustices. We want the best of the best for our children to heal them, improve their learning, and acquire friends.
Jamie Juarez Melillo, M.S. Doctor of Education Candidate, is a dedicated mother of four. Her purpose in life is not only expose the dangers and connections between vaccines and autism, but also help her young autistic son, Dominic, thrive through the “Your Child Can Type” program. Jamie was inspired to write her first book “Hope for Autism” in order to share her 18-year professional and personal journey against all odds to prove that her autism-diagnosed and vaccine-injured son was and is, in fact, able to learn with quality, ethically based services.
She has spent two decades studying every medical, educational, and behavior solutions derived from neuroscience principles while developing schools, clinics, and laws with the best of the best in the field. Jamie truly believes that there is hope for autism and will do everything she can to prove it.