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Sheila Lewis Ealey, Ed.D.
Founder / Former Director
Creative Learning Center of Louisiana

Dr. Sheila Lewis Ealey is the founder and former director of the Creative Learning Center of Louisiana, where she served for ten years. It was a small therapeutic day school for severely affected children on the autism spectrum and children diagnosed with other nonverbal intellectual disabilities beginning at age 8. She is the wife of a former United States Coast Guard Officer, spending more than 16 years of his 26 years of service traveling worldwide, supporting his love and duty to our country. She is also the mother of four children, three daughters, and her son, Temple, diagnosed with severe autism spectrum disorder at 18 months, and has a granddaughter. Temple is now a young man and considered moderate and emerging.

Over the past 20 years, she has educated herself to use natural forms of healing the body and brain through diet, educational and therapeutic modalities, and a gamut of biomedical treatments. Her formal education include a BA in Mass Communication from St. Mary's Dominican College, an MA in Curriculum and Instruction in special education grades K through 12 from Concordia University, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership in Special Education grades K through 12 Gwynedd Mercy University. Her dissertation is entitled Parent Perspectives on Social Skills Instruction of Transitioning Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is certified as a DIR Stanley Greenspan Floortime Practitioner, Interactive Metronome, and Fast Forward Reading Interventionist.

Sheila and her boy and girl twins, Temple and Lucinda, were featured in the documentary "Vaxxed." She has traveled extensively, advocating for medical freedom as a constitutionalist and inspirational speaker. She continues to educate disenfranchised parents about their fundamental rights to religious and philosophical exemptions, their ability to live sustainably off a limited budget, and the importance of nutritional foods and biomedical interventions for optimum health after a diagnosis of autism or other learning disabilities such as ADD or ADHD. She writes individual curriculums for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder who choose to homeschool. Dr. Ealey is a Trustee for the Autism Trust, USA, a 40-acre residential and day facility for adults with autism spectrum disorder who require lifelong support, and is a Board Director for Children's Health Defense, a non-profit organization led by Robert Kennedy, Jr., Assistant Content Advisor and political analyst for Stand for Health Freedom, a grassroots non-profit group dedicated to protecting fundamental human rights, constitutional rights, and parental rights.