bulleted economic and educational impacts of autism

  • Autism services cost U.S. citizens $236-262 billion annually.
  • 35 percent of young adults (ages 19-23) with autism have not had a job or received postgraduate education after leaving high school. 
  • In June 2014, only 19.3 percent of people with disabilities in the U.S. were participating in the labor force – working or seeking work. Of those, 12.9 percent were unemployed, meaning only 16.8 percent of the population with disabilities was employed.

CDC refusal to admit gmo/chemically grown food is the cause. CDC is not even looking at food as a possibility to date.
 https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/facts.html

who's side are they on? not the sufferers!
    
CDC QUOTES:
"We do not know all of the causes of ASD. "

yet they say:
"Most scientists agree that genes are one of the risk factors that can make a person more likely to develop ASD."

no crap sherlock when you genetically 
modify food its going to have an human
impact over time look back to the 50's+60's to find the 
source 

GMO Definition:Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can be defined as organisms(i.e. plants, animals or microorganisms) in which the genetic material (DNA) has been altered in a way that does not occur naturally by mating and/or natural recombination.

just do a simple google search "autism pesticides" and tons of 
stories with exposed research is available for you to cringe and grind your teeth in anger over. 

WARNING IF YOU ARE ATTEMPTING TO GET PREGNANT. 
you need to cleanse you and your partners bodies. 
here is a wonderful read for you both. 
​https://avivaromm.com/detox-before-getting-pregnant/

My view about society and autism and there views and testing practices and education for children and adults on autism is wrong all wrong!!

growing up with autism the way we were taught was cut and paste integration or an attempt to normalise autistic children into mainstream classes. but i was never ever interested in anything they were trying to cram down my throat math reading writing all to apease standardised testing for the childs education standards by states for funding but i was more facinated by economics than any other subject and i asked my IEP teacher to let me take more economics classes but they said no because i was behind in there minds because i didn't do well on bubblesheet tests. the truth is it wasn't the economics class that taught me anything it was the specific dedicated interests that allowed me to excel in my own way because the bubble sheet tests or verbal i always sucked at but because of my heavy interests into the subject it started my journey into eventually in 2014 opening my own investment portfolio with just 500 in it and as of june 2017 it has grown several thousand percent and i have 10 investment club members of wich i manage 5 portfolios for people in my club and they completely trust me and know how interested i am in it infact like many say about autism its really all i ever want to talk about because i crave to excel in this specific idea. the fact is not every child with autism is incredably smart HOWEVER, i know i wasn't and still  am not i graduated with 7th grade english comprehension and cannot multiply in my head however i am amazing at basic calculations with calculators. that being said  i am incredable at specific personal interests. i have been known to be incredably good at noticing issues and can be really creative at finding solutions and have the drive to start and finish a passion.

when you brake autism down and corner your childs interests and nurture there interests or there specific skill set that can change over time but re adjust to there new interests and provide growth within it your child can excel at specific catageories from math all the way to plumbing. 

MY OWN FACT. i have always learned better visually and can only focus for about 45 minutes before i need a new topic. my 7th grade teacher for math class gave us cd players and he burned cd's to block out noise and i have ever since then used music to help me focus on tasks when i was in trucking i listened to pandora for 10.5hr's a day 7 days a week. pandora sent me a quarterly message that said i listened to 3,500 songs in 3 months driving accross america and i still always do typing this right now i am listening to red jump suit. 


some awesome autism education for those wanting to know why autism is a very real and very big issue with many many implications not just for the family but tax payers as well. 

"what the health"
"what's with wheat" 
"the autistic me"

people don't realise since the 50's 60's food production is directly responsible for a major crisis of autism.
i am not anti-autism what i am is anti cause of autism and the chemicals used on our crops is 100% a direct corelation to autism. the amount of food consumed and then wasted is horrible we are on track for consumming 1.6planets at our current rate. and ive chosen to not be a part of this through minimalism. 


when you go shopping go down the cereal isle/soups/crackers. YOU WILL NOTICE THAT ALL THE PRODUCTS SCREAM "LOW FAT"LOW COLLESTERAL" LOW SODIUM" LOW SUGAR" REDUCED FAT" AND SO ON. NOW GO TO PRODUCE SECTION NOTICE NONE OF THEM SCREAM HEY IM HEALTHY!


 U.S WHEAT BELT
U.S. states Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Nebraska, and Colorado Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota

wallstreetsurivor practice portfolio rank

where can we as a society improve going forward? 

"socially" is where! new section coming soon on the issues and remaifications from schools to businesses to governement and the lack of protection for "americans with disabilities act" for degree vs exp discrimination for those under 40 not "over 40" 
 not doing enough to help people thrive.   

work place accomodations need be made mandatory for people with scensory issues to thrive. 

this was a brief summary of what ill be covering here.