Archive | January 2015

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Stem cell “treatment” cons and autism

The UK magazine Autism Eye has recently published my feature article about stem cell con operations targeting families of children with autism: It’s hard to believe anyone would take such horrifying and costly risks–but having investigated this world, I think it’s marketing that is the key to this and other autism “treatment” frauds. As […]


Assessment, assessment costs, and the public

In my work as an expert witness I am often asked to assess children or adults who are or may be on the autism spectrum, and who may also have a complex individual picture that includes specific learning difficulties, intellectual disabilities, problems with adaptive function, or additional disabilities. That’s time-consuming, but important so that the […]


The art of writing an expert witness report

There’s some good advice in this article (including some from me): Advertisements