My Personal Dedication to the Children!

In the 1970s, autism was so rare that most people had never heard of it. It was erroneously considered an emotional disorder – that is, outside of the ground-breaking research being done simultaneously by Dr. Bernard Rimland, founder of the Autism Research Institute.

I met Dr. Rimland in 1980 at a beach in La Jolla, CA. He was watching his son Mark play. Mark’s body movements caught my eye. After observing him briefly, I approached Dr. Rimland and asked, “I noticed your boy, is he autistic?” He was naturally surprised, said “yes”, and was curious as to why I would know that. I told him of my background in counseling parents of autistic children, and we began a series of discussions about autism, our theories of its possible causes, and the various innovative treatment approaches we felt deserved investigation.

Dr. Rimland invited me to write a paper summarizing my work. The following is an excerpt from the conclusion of that paper: “I think a synergy of biochemical and psychological therapies is a most desirable approach. Personal dietary and nutritional advice should be sought by experts in this area, and the child should be tested for allergies and toxic metals.”

My desire to help autistic children began almost 45 years ago and has now come “full circle”. I am grateful to now be able to provide the autism community with the safest and most effective saunas for your children.

Bob Morgan, founder of Heavenly Heat

Infrared Sauna Therapy For Autism Recovery

Bob Morgan of Heavenly Heat Saunas on Autism

Autism links:

The Autism Research Institute: http://autism.com/ari
Autism One: http://www.autismone.org
Talk About Curing Autism: http://www.talkaboutcuringautism.org
Parents can request a special parent/child brochure by sending an email with pc bro in the subject to info@heavenlyheatsaunas.com. A pdf, full color version will be emailed in response.

Jenny McCarthy bought a Heavenly Heat Far Infrared Sauna at an Autism Conference

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