Henrik W.- Norway, 11 years
Physio: Henrik has been in good health and overall his seizures are less intense. Physically: Henrik has become stronger. He has been enjoying swimming this summer and horseback riding. Intellectually: Henrik is in school and doing well. He is getting along well with his teacher, assistant and other students in the class and enjoys following their curriculum. Socially: Henrik is participating more in group activities. He has joined an orchestra with his peers and has started to learn to play the drums. Neurological Age Changes: This period, Henrik had a growth rate of 118% and his overall growth rate from since he started the program continues to be at 100%
Victoria K.- Denmark, 1 year 4 months
Physio: She has been in good health and eating well. She can now tell her parents when she is hungry. Physically: She is more mobile and has been using her hands more and can hold her head up. She has made good progress in her tactility and enjoys hugs and kisses. Intellectually: Victoria is much more aware and attentive of her environment. She has been responding much better to sounds. Socially: Victoria has been smiling and a happier child. She is expressing her needs and can be left alone for a short period. Neurological Age Changes: Overall her growth rate continues to be 167% better than her initial rate.
Thorstein H. – Norway, 6 years
Physio: His digestion has been much better this period. His energy level has been much higher these past months so he has been much happier as well. Physically: Benjamin is much stronger now. His crawling has improved and he has started to creep. His standing is much more stable and he has started to swim independently and is very proud of that. Intellectually: He has begun to communicate with mom using a choice board and is happier that he can express himself more in this manner. Socially: Thorstein has been enjoying watching european football and is following matches with his father
Nicolai A.- Denmark, 5.5 years
Physio: Nicolai has been in good health this period and in a much better mood. He has been sleeping well and his asthma has been better. Physically: He is now walking with greater ease. His balance has improved and he is walking up and down stairs much better. He has started to try and skip and jump more. Intellectually:His reading continues to improve and he is creating more sentences himself. He is also following instructions better. His language is much more clear and when he is not understood, he will now repeat himself. Socially: Nicolai continues to do well socially. He is problem solving more for the family and trying to engage groups of other children more.
Romane H.- France, 2.5 years
Physio: This period, Romane has been eating better and no longer cries during feeding which was a concern. She is sleeping much better and her overall digestion is better. Physically: Physically she has been moving down the incline floor 10 times a day to play the xylophone with parents and helpers. Intellectually: Her vision continues to improve and she has been carrying more interest in colored images as well as detail. She has been recently smiling in response to others when they great her. Socially: She has been developping well in her emotions as well. Now more of her character is becoming apparent. Shes been getting along well with her brother.
Martin E. – Norway, 7 years
Physio: Martin’s general health has been good this period. He recovered fairly well from two illnesses without antibiotics. He has been eating better and actually now enjoys his meals. Physically: Martin’ balance and coordination have impropved and he is now walking independently and can do so even on grass. Intellectually:He is now matching images to words better and is taking pleasure in his intellectual program. He is enjoying stories parents tell him more and he is following their instructions better as well. Socially: Socially, Martin continues to improve and he has been helping parents a little more when they are dressing and undressing him. Neurological Age Changes: Overall, Martin’s rate of progress compared to his initial rate is 131%
Nicolai A. – Denmark, 5.5 years
Physio: Ingelin has been in good health this period. Her seizures are no longer a big problem and her reflux has decreased. Her eczema is much less this period. Physically: Henrik has become stronger. He has been enjoying swimming this summer and horseback riding. Intellectually: She continues to enjoy reading with her mother- and is understanding social situations much better Socially: She has been trying to participate more in conversations that are on speaker phone. She also has been trying to communicate more with her mother and helpers.
Romane H.- France, 2.5 years
Physio: This period, Romane has been eating better and no longer cries during feeding which was a concern. She is sleeping much better and her overall digestion is better. Physically: Physically she has been moving down the incline floor 10 times a day to play the xylophone with parents and helpers. Intellectually: Her vision continues to improve and she has been carrying more interest in colored images as well as detail. She has been recently smiling in response to others when they great her. Socially: She has been developping well in her emotions as well. Now more of her character is becoming apparent. Shes been getting along well with her brother. Neurological Age Changes:
Cindy G.- France, 16 years
Physio: Cindy has been in good health this period. Her mood has been very good as well. She is not hitting and biting herself anymore. Physically: Cindy has a better posture. She loves swimming and this has been fantastic for her physical structure. She is much more independent in taking care of herself. Intellectually:She is much more calm and easier to reason with. She also is following instructions better. Her level of concentration has improved. When she is focusing on a television show she likes she will remain focused for it’s entirety. Socially: Socially, Cindy has greatly improved. Now Mom can take her over to her friend’s house for supper and Cindy will behave which was something she did not do before. She can now clearly see the connection between her behavior and consequences. She has been much more interactive and has been trying to engage groups. Cindy enjoys helping and is doing so more and more at home. She has also been considering others emotions. Recently when mother was upset, she hugged mom and said “don’t cry mom”. Neurological Age Changes: Overall, her rate of progress compared to her initial rate is 195%
Catherina C. – France, 8 years
Physiologically, this has been a very good period for Catherina. Her energy level is better. She is eating better. Her digestion is better and she has less skin rashes. She has also put on more weight. Intellectually: She still enjoys reading and this period has been trying to communicate more with helpers and mother. Socially: Now that she is physiologically better, she is much more pleasant and has been showing more emotions and has been overall much more reflective. She told mother via her facilitated communication board “I was made, because I have difficulty and I need to rely on you”