If you remember (or read), last time I was questioning the site's stated mission of being a "trusted, accurate, and friendly" source that was "not interested in negativity". I was being a little flippant in what I was saying but the general point was that you can't just claim to be these things - you have to earn it. I was also skeptical because of the people who were promoting them. It is unfortunately one of life's truisms that can you tell a lot about people from the company that they keep.
Well, if the very first post on their site is any indication of where they are headed, they have proved me right. The post is called "Identifying and Avoiding Autism Cults", and here is an excerpt to give you a taste of what the post is like -
I wish someone had given me this frank advice after our son's diagnosis, and prevented my husband and me from becoming one of those frustrated, susceptible post-autism-diagnosis couples, had helped us avoiding falling in with a moderate autism cult, Defeat Autism Now! or DAN!.That's right, the "informed decisions made with love" site comes out slinging mud by calling a large segment of the autism world a cult. You may agree or disagree with DAN! and how they attempt to help children with autism, but I don't think that anyone would calling a group of people attempting to help their children a cult is being friendly or non-negative. As for the main point of the post, well, I guess they don't really care about accurate or evidence based either.