Johnson Center for Child Health and Development
The Johnson Center for Child Health and Development (formerly known as Thoughtful House Center for Children or simply Thoughtful House) is an Austin, Texas-based organization promoting anti-vaccination conspiracy theories and medically unsupported cures for autism. It was founded in 2005 by a group including discredited researcher Andrew Wakefield. wiki
"In 2004, a group of parents and professionals gathered to consider the growing needs of the developmental disorder community. Over time, a multi-disciplinary center called Thoughtful House was established to address the needs seen as the most pressing for those with developmental disorders: appropriate healthcare, diagnostic, behavioral, and education services; community outreach and support; and research. In 2011, the organization was renamed in honor of Betty Wold Johnson, in recognition of her ongoing generous support of this community." 
Laura Hewitson, PhD is the Director of Research for The Johnson Center for Child Health and Development.
Resources and articles
- Johnson Center for Child Health and Development Home, accessed December January 11, 2020.