"Quod Erat Demonstrandum" =

What was meant to be demonstrated

has been done.

SARA IQBALCertified Nutrition Consultant



For the SF Chronicle's Cover Story on the Iqbal Family, see the link below.


Our goal at autismQED is to provide effective programs to help children with autism and related disorders achieve their full potentials.  

We tailor programs specifically to each child.  We believe that within the autism spectrum every child has a unique case, so we design the interventions with great care and attention.

Please contact us with any questions regarding our consultations and services.  

"You won't find a more dedicated parent than Mrs. Iqbal."

Dr. Alan Uba, M.D., University of California, San Francisco Medical Center (Pediatrics)


Founder and Director of autismQED, Sara has over fourteen years of experience in the field of autism care and research and lectures internationally on its latest developments.  She has helped thousands of children across the globe on their path to recovery.  Herself the mother of "one of the first eight" recovered autistic children in the United States, she has made it her life's commitment to increase that number every year, all over the world.

The San Francisco Chronicle Writes About Humza Iqbal, Recovered from Autism

In 2005, the San Francisco Chronicle ran a cover story on Humza Iqbal's story of recovery and hope.  Upon its publication, Dr. Bernard Rimland, Ph.D., Director of the Autism Research Institute, offered these words: "The long-standing dogma that autism is an incurable lifelong disability must be discarded.  The children, like Humza Iqbal, can and must be saved by prompt, informed biomedical interventions."

For the article: http://tinyurl.com/9lvn5


We offer a variety of services in order to provide a specific program for your child that involves nutritional and dietary intervention as well as developmental designed home programs with an emphasis on speech and language, ABA, and play therapy.  Additionally, we offer services in teacher and parent training and counseling.  Our initial consultation offers a comprehensive breakdown of what the program will look like for your child, upon determining your child's specific areas of strength and weakness.  

Dr. Alan Uba,  Pediatrics, University of California,

San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center


This website is for informational purposes only.  It does not aim to substitute for the advice and guidance of a physician or other qualified health care professional.  Sara Iqbal is not a physician; she does not diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.  This website is not intended to provide medical advice in any form.  The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  For medical advice, always seek a physician.