The Autism File - www.autismfile.com
The Autism File was set up in the late 1990s about the same time as Seagreens, by two pioneers in the field, Jonathan and Polley Tommey whose teenage son Billy developed autistic spectrum disorders.
Jonathan took a degree in clinical nutrition and has since opened The Autism Clinic. Polley took on the British Government in recent years and has made The Autism File a campaigning journal for consumers and professionals alike. Their remarkable story is partly described in a new book 'Autism - a practical guide to improving your child's quality of life' (Piatkus Publishing, £12.99) and their 'media empire' now extends from the printed Autism File magazine to on-line resources, audio and video productions, and a SKY TV information channel. They are also behind The Autism Trust, set up to provide a life long safe home for autistics in the UK, USA and elsewhere.
Caduceus magazine - www.caduceus.info
Caduceus is a healing, spiritual magazine focusing on psychological, emotional, spiritual, ecological and environmental health, therapy and growth, including natural, holistic, energy and complementary medicine, and offers a directory of CAM, complementary, alternative therapists and clinics.
Foods Matter magazine - www.foodsmatter.com
Foods Matter is the foremost published resource dedicated to all aspects of 'free-from' living and dietary advice for the management of allergy and food intolerance. Its founder and editor Michelle Berridale-Johnson is an accomplished author, food and health writer and broadcaster.
Positive News - http://positivenews.org.uk
Positive News has been a consistent force for good for the past two decades and a media innovation. Its founder, the late Shauna Crockett-Burrows, who passed away on the 3rd of May 2012, conceived and brought into being not only a publication but a form of 'positive news agency' collecting and supporting the spread of constructive, affirmative information and data to complement and provide an enduring alternative to more conventional media and the popular focus on all that is negative and sensational. The paper is free and distributed by individual and organisational purchasers up and down the country, and more widely its stories and information are available for other media on a global basis. We salute you, Shauna, and the tremendous team of talented contributors who we hope and pray, will continue your work onward and upward, pro bono publico!