I was recently given the opportunity to write about a topic of my choosing regarding a subject in health care management. I chose to explore the interdisciplinary structuring of Integrative health care. If I could create a utopic community medical complex, it would look very similar to this organizational structure. Many in the autism community use the integrative approach to recover children from the chronic biological co-morbidities seen within our unique population. The project explains the problems seen in the current medical model, the significance to the community, and the review of literature. In closing, a discussion, conclusion, implication, and recommendations are delivered.
I first met Dr. Bradstreet in 2013 during the AutismOne Convention and became an instant fan. His dedication to children struggling with co-morbidities who happen also to have an autism diagnosis elevates him to hero status. Currently, there is a scarce number of professionals producing high-impact scientific works regarding the behavioral diagnosis of autism.
Lately, I have not adequately written in my blog due to my academic responsibilities; however, I was given the opportunity to critique any published peer-reviewed work for a course assignment. Because autism is so close to my heart and the recent murder of Dr. Bradstreet, I chose to honor him in this work. Hopefully, the exposure to my professor and peers will increase the awareness of new and viable treatment strategies that Dr. Bradstreet boldly exposed to the public.