The times that have guided treatment interventions for children with ASD are certainly changing.’ But why has it been so difficult for folks to embrace this change and incorporate these new findings and discoveries into their work? Do I dare say that politics and funding play a role? Or even dare say that special interests groups/folks in the world of ASD have certain “power sources” to steer agendas? Whatever the case is, the people that are getting hurt are children and their families. They are the ones that are not being given a choice, and in turn, are not fully made aware of alternatives. They are the ones that are not being throughly educated on what the filed has to offer.