Maya P. – Denmark, 5-1/2 yrs
Physio: Maya has been healthy and has gained weight but the best has been that she is now sleeping through the night. This began after fruit was eliminating from her diet. Parents are very happy as they are now getting a good nights sleep. She is also calmer. Physically: She can walk down some flights of stairs now without holding. She can jump on the trampoline herself. She now has the ability to run a few meters. Intellectually:Having good sleep has helped her to be much more alert an aware during the day of what is going on around her and what is being said. She has improved in her understand and now follows many more simple instructions. Socially: She is showing an interest in may things now and wants to investigate around all parts of the house. Her manual ability has improved to the point she can now unlock a door to investigate in the room. She is also investigating when out. She plays with her sisters more. Neurological Age Changes: Her overall growth rate is 219% faster since beginning the program.
Mark S. – Germany, 6.5 yrs
Physio: Mark has had continued health for the past year. Physically: When they are out and Dad is having him stand between his legs holding him he can bare weight for 20-30min. He now also has a walking reflex. Intellectually: His understanding has improved in daily life and he is more aware of and responding to conversation understanding when he is being talked about and wants to join in. He responds to Grandmother talking to him on the phone. He tries to answer questions. Socially: He is more happy and content now than in the past.
Marie K. – Norway, 10 yrs
Physically: She has better balance and coordination and can now hop on one foot several meters. Intellectually: She can now read independently simple books that Mom creates for her using the words she has learned (six months ago she could only read single words) Her understanding has improved and she is beginning to play simple board games with one other person. Her language has improved greatly 6 months ago she only used sentences 20% of the time and now speaks mostly in sentences and she is understood by others 90% of the time as opposed to 50% 6 months ago. She also uses new words daily. Socially: While she is still hyperactive she can now stay on task for 20-30min. She pays more attention and has better eye contact. She I in better control and can “pull herself” together. She is more independent with her dressing and bathroom needs. She can be left alone outside and inside for short periods of time safely now. Neurological Age Changes: Her growth rate is 341% faster than before the program.
Lukas L.F. – Denmark, 7 years
Physically: Lukas is stronger and can now hop on one leg several meters. Intellectually: He has greatly changed in his understanding, memory and organization. He recently asked Dad to allow him to go into a store and get the groceries by himself. He was able to go in remembered to return bottles, buy several things and paid. Parents say: “We have seen a complete change in Lukas. He is now ready to go to a regular school. He’s much more mature and can have good conversations. He is more calm, can write letters, seems to be in control of his feelings and does not get upset changing from one thing to another.” Socially: He is not so much in his own world. He has become a big brother and is taking responsibility for his brother and helping Mom. Neurological Age Changes: Her growth rate is 541% faster than before the program.
Liva P. – Denmark, 1.5 yrs
Physio: She is off her seizure medication with no signs of seizures. Physically: She reaches out for toys when she hears them. Intellectually:Her vision has improved and she follows toys now and will occasionally look at Mom’s face. Socially: Has begun playing a game with parents where she bags her hand and will laugh when the parents also bang their hands.
Karla P. – Denmark, 2 yrs
Physio: Karla has been generally healthy and is much happier and is no longer constipated. Physically: She is beginning to sit on her own, has better head control and is moving more. She is seeing and grabbing her toys. Intellectually: She is now seeing details and can see colored pictures, peoples faces and reacts to facial expressions up close. She is now understanding so words and simple phrases. Socially: She is beginning to respond to interaction and anticipates tickling in an interactive game.
Ida L. – Denmark, 2.5 yrs
Physio: Ida is happy, sleeps well and enjoys her program. Physically: She can now stand up in the middle of the floor and walk and is walking for transportation. Intellectually: She understands daily concepts now explanations of things she needs to do. She can now feel pain and pull away from it and feels and enjoys being tickled. She is trying to say words daily Socially: When playing with parents she is anticipating and waiting with excitement in tickling games and is trying to imitate more than before. Neurological Age Changes: Her growth rate is 133% faster than before the program.
Fabio R. – Italy, 16.5 yrs
Physically: More capable of using his mobility to assist others who care for him by putting his feet down and pushing to get up on feet in order to get and almost sitting up. Intellectually: He enjoys reading for pleasure and comprehends well in school. Socially: He can handle disappointment when he has to wait for something he was looking forward to.
Anna B. – Denmark, 4.5 yrs
Physically: “Since our last visit the greatest thing that happened for Anna is that she is walking. This has given her and us a great new world.” Anna is walking for transportation Intellectually: She is understanding more of what is said to her and will try to be sweet when parents are upset with her. Has begun to use her first words sometimes saying Mom or Dad. Socially: When playing with parents she is anticipating and waiting with excitement in tickling games and is trying to imitate more than before.
Elia C. – Italy, 12.5 yrs
Intellectually: He is calmer and no longer constantly putting his hands in his mouth.Vision has improved and he can see more detail and see further away. Given time he is able to type some letters by himself. Socially: He is more focused and can stay with his friends from school and watch a movie. Through facilitated communication he can explain his emotions