Top 2014 TACA Blogs


By Lisa Ackerman

In 2014, the TACAnowblog reached over 250,000 readers. Not bad for a blog that has been in existence for 3 years.

The archives of articles are pretty amazing and always available for your review. We appreciate the guest blogs from Drs. Bob Sears, Dan Rossignol, Richard Frye, David Berger, Elizabeth Mumper, Suzanne Goh some great TACA parents, TACA staffers and volunteer coordinators.

Updates in science, how autism is diagnosed and the new autism rates were definitely the most popular entries. Just in case you missed one, here are the most popular 2014 TACA blog posts:

CDC Vaccine & Autism Research: Explosive New Statement from a Lead Researcher
So Autism Is Even MORE Common Than Last Year. Who Cares?
So Autism Has Risen Another 30% in two years to 1 in 68. Who Cares?
Gastrointestinal issues in autism are real
Autism now affects 1 in 68 U.S. children
DSM-5, the fall out begins
Recovery from Autism?
Four Friends. . .
Why you should care about autism
Study Links Oxidative Stress Induced Mitochondrial Dysfunction to Autism
Science and Subtypes in Autism
Just because they don’t speak doesn’t mean they don’t understand
New Abnormalities Found in the Autistic Brain
Research & Autism: Important New Developments
Overcoming Autism – From My Child to the Community at Large

As we kick off 2015, would you let us know what you would like to read about next? Please share your ideas so our wonderful team can address these topics one by one.

Our goal for this blog is to educate, empower and inspire families living with autism.  Help us prioritize those next steps so we can better serve you.  Thanks for sharing your ideas!

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