Tuesday, October 16, 2007

New FDA Disclaimer for AVT and Speech Therapy Needed!


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We need to contact the FDA or FTC to include a disaclaimer that AVT and Speech Threapy programs or services are not intented to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any form of hearing loss. This is important for parents because they believe everything the Snake Oil Sales

7 comments:

ASL Risen said...
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ASL Risen said...

Excuse me Stephen Hardy for my NO GOOD Englishy grammars from my first "deleted" comment. I had to retype again but still no good english grammars...

WOW! FAR OUT POINTS! The NEW FDA should KNOW BETTER that they have to or MUST put the WARNING LABELS for AVT and Speech Therapy around the world to warn the parents for the children:

mental disease, high blood pressure, depression, psychiatric conditions, seizure, behavior disorder, language disorder, headache, nausea, vomit, family problem disorder, boring condition, left behind condition, spitting disorder contagious, hands swollen from slappings, etc...,...,...

Wow thanks for bringing up your FAR OUT points! Have a very blessing day!

Cruise Trip for the Deaf - Oct 2007 said...

True! We need to bring this attention to FDA! AVT already hurt many deaf children!

Barb DiGi said...

Thanks for your creative, proactive idea! I would like to post your video link to DBC but I need more information first. Can you please kindly type out what you just showed to us in the video and find the right FDA e-mail/home address where we can send our concerns? Would it be okay to mention your name in the DBC blog that you inititated this idea?

Thanks again!

Barb

OCDAC said...

Stephen,

Great to see you back in the vlog world.

How about a Kappa Gamma disclaimer on deafhood?

Thats all I want to say buddy.

Richard

Deaf Socrate'sTrail said...

Excellent!!! Yes, FDA or FTC ought to do something about the snake oil! AVT or Speech Therapy give a lot of false hope on deafness! I like it what you have said about that. Great idea proactive! We might need petition that would send to FDA!

Stephen J. Hardy said...

Barb:

Sure thing...

This is a suggestion that I made to give people an idea that we could use.

Statements made on this website has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This AVT or Speech Therapy products or services are not intented to dignose, treat, or cure or prevent any form of hearing loss.

or

Statements made on this (brochure, flyer or poster) has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This AVT or Speech Therapy products or services are not intented to dignose, treat, or cure or prevent any form of hearing loss.

You can go to www.fda.gov and www.ftc.gov to find out what we could and could not do.