ARMI: Alone, there is little we can do about Autism…
Together, we will be unstoppable!!!
The Autism Revolution for Medical Intervention (ARMI) is a nonprofit, volunteer led organization working towards redefining our understanding of Autism. Our goal is to make what we already know become common knowledge…Autism is a set of symptoms caused by a medical illness.
The ARMI will be a voice for those who can’t speak for themselves and is advocating to have Autism removed from the DSM-V, we are advocating for medical treatment, we are advocating to ensure research dollars are utilized wisely and efficiently, and we are advocating for prevention.
The Autism Revolution for Medical Intervention knows that researchers, educators, behaviorists, parents and doctors all have a piece of the Autism puzzle and if we join forces we can give all our children a chance for a healthy, happy life and a bright future. We are hoping that everyone who has been touched by autism and related illnesses will support our mission.
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