Providing Hope For Families Struggling With Autism
As a parents of a child with Autism, we know that you have a million questions and a lot of uncertainty. I know our world was rocked when we first got the word about our child.

We went to a number of different "doctors" who all told us the same thing. "This is what you are stuck with and you are going to have to learn to deal with it." This isn't something that you'd think that a doctor would tell you. We were looking for a LITTLE bit of hope.

Thankfully, we didn't listen to the "doctors" and we started looking for other ways to fight back against Autism. We did our own research and found doctors and programs who were willing to help and not give up, just because the medical books told them to.

My wife and I were also getting worn out and stressed out from all of the doctor visits, many therapy sessions, melt downs and just daily life. The stress of it all was beginning to take a toll on our health & family.

This is why Living Beyond Autism was created. We wanted to give families different ideas and some hope in their fight against Autism. This fight is definitely not a sprint. As a marathon, a lot of support and motivation are needed to keep pushing ahead to find what works best for each family.

Please keep in mind, we are not doctors. For any medically related questions/concerns, please contact your physician.

Feel free to reach out to us with any non-medical questions.
Jonathan "NAM" Fruge
USMC - 1997 - 2001
USAF - 2004 - Present
As a parent of a child with Autism, I know too well the struggles that the whole family goes through. It isn't just the child who is struggling. It is the parents and siblings, who struggle along with them. This is why I want to provide as much help and support as I can to anyone out there who wants it.
Don't let people tell you that there is no hope
Do your own research
Find what works best for YOUR family
You are your child's best advocate
The situation is not getting better
With every passing year, more and more children are being diagnosed with Autism:
1 in 68
1 in 88
Our team is committed to helping you find what works best for your family
Jonathan "NAM" Fruge
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