There are things that I agree with in your statement; and several things that I do not. I grew that all caregivers need to be educated in multi-sensory awareness. It would help all children, not just those with ASD. You seem to be implying, unless I'm misreading, that it would prevent ASD or that often a child who is diagnosed with ASD actually has sensory issues instead (rather than along with). I don't think I agree.Your approach to teaching parents aligns with mine and with the best Early Intervention clinicians and Infant and Toddler teachers.I especially take issue with your blaming parents, as has been addressed in Heather Finnegan's post, and Early Childhood professionals. You write: We sit around , the providers, educators and every one involved in caring for infants to toddler stage, blame vaccines, but we do not focus on facts that will integrate the 5 senses.I know NO EEC professionals who believe that ASD is caused by vaccines, and I work with dozens of teachers, EI clinicians, and other professionals. Your urgency about getting help for children sooner and about caregivers learning about sensory integration is commendable. I would urge you to stop blaming caregivers. It diminishes the good in your message.