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Our Mission

The Last Chance Treatment Foundation Corp. is a 501c3 non-profit charity. Due to recent changes in law, patients who are unresponsive to many different types of treatment have been offered a new initiative entitled “Right to Try”, and this provides the for the use of Alternative treatments legally in the United States.

The treatments provided by Last Chance Treatment Foundation will be principally relying upon alternative cellular treatments, Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber, and other revolutionary modalities for dealing with such diseases and disorders as autism, macular degeneration, joint repair, and hearing loss, as well as other diseases that are showing a positive response.

The University of Southern California is heavily invested in programs that benefit from this research and the school is also receiving numerous grants permitting various cellular treatments. The documentation provide from treatments of a variety of diagnosis, are proving amazing results by utilizing these treatments to patients who were previously hopeless. One of our missions is to make certain that not only the wealthiest of Americans get access to these treatments, but also those of far lesser means who have to date been denied. We plan to solicit other organizations, institutions, 501C3 organizations, along with individual and corporations for donations throughout the country.

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What is Autism?

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 59 children in the United States today.

Stages of Autism

ASD LEVEL 1

Requiring Support

Problems with inflexibility, poor organization, planning, switching between activities, which impair independence. Poor social skills, difficulty in initiating interactions, attempts to make friends are odd and unsuccessful.

ASD LEVEL 2

Requiring Substantial Support

Marked difficulties in verbal and nonverbal social communication skills. Markedly odd, restricted repetitive behaviors, noticeable difficulties changing activities or focus.

ASD LEVEL 3

Requiring Very Substantial Support

Severe difficulties in verbal and nonverbal communication. Very limited speech, odd, repetitive behavior; many express their basic needs only.

AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER