It is important for individuals to make healthy life choices that will carry them through their life span. Optimizing your nutrition and exercise is a great place to begin that journey. Passport to Adaptive Living recognizes the importance of healthy living and encourage all of our families to partake in a healthy lifestyle.
PAL and its representatives are not registered dieticians and encourage all families to consult with their primary care physician before changing their nutrition and exercise habits. We also want to note that the information we share are not offerings of a cure or remedy for autism. Nutrition and exercise should be considered simply alternatives to behavioral health treatments, such as behavior change procedures using the science of behavior analysis. In addition, the information shared on this page are supported by studies published in peer reviewed medical and nutritional journals and behavior analytic journals.
We want to remind our readers to read the articles and information shared on this page thoroughly.