Isaiah B. – USA 5.5 years
Physio: Overall Isaiah has been calmer. His sleep has been better as well. Physically: He is more coordinated and he is running and hopping well. His drawing of people is much more detailed and he has started to write his name. Intellectually: His reading has improved and he is identifying words more consistently. He is following instructions much better now. He is less distracted and can sit and listen to stories for longer periods of time. His language has greatly improved and the detail in his stories is more in depth than before. Socially: He misses parents more when they are not around. He is much better at reading social clues and will verbally recognize changes in other peoples’ emotions. His transitioning skills have become much better. His eye contact has overall improved as well. Neurological Age Changes: His growth rate this period was 282%, which is 497% better than his initial growth rate before starting program 8 months ago.
Liam M. – USA 10 years 10 months
Physically: He is better at learning new sports and following the rules of them as well. His handwriting has become more spontaneous and his sentences are longer. Intellectually: He has been better at following instructions and he is continuing to improve his reading. Socially: He has been problem solving more in social situations. He has been more consistent in modifying his behavior. He also is more specific in explaining why he is upset or frustrated about something. Neurological Age Changes: His overall growth rate is 125%, which is 224% better than his initial growth rate before starting program a little over a year ago.
Theodore S. – USA 1 year 11 months
Physio: Theodore has been in good health since last visit Physically: He is continuing to crawl well down the incline floor. Intellectually: He has been tracking light better with his vision. He is picking up tones of voice better and he is more attentive to different sounds. H also has been making more sounds. Socially: He has been expressing more needs via his different cries.
Keila L. – France 10 years
Physio: Keila has been more calm, focused and in good health. Physically: Her coordination and running have improved. Intellectually: Her reading is continuing to improve. She is better able to follow instructions at home. She is talking more in sentences and they are longer sentences as well. Socially: She has become much more cooperative and instead of having tantrums every day, she now has them 1-2 times a week! She has been helping out more at home and she has now been trying to develop relationships with other children. Neurological Age Changes: Her overall growth rate is 157% better than her initial rate before starting program 2 years ago and in the last 7 months her growth rate has been 157% (comparing her chronological and neurological gains).
Taylor D. – USA 7 years 10 months
Physio: Overall he has been in good health. Physically: Taylor is more coordinated and has been riding a bike well. Intellectually: His reading has improved as well as his understanding. He understands more and more detailed information and is problem solving on how he can be accepted by other kids. He rarely stutters and he is better about finding the right word to say. He is also having more conversations with others vs. him just giving a monologue. Much more of an exchange in ideas! Socially: He has been smiling to a smile more consistently. His ability to transition from one situation to another is much better. His meltdowns have become just tantrums now that he can more easily get over from. He is now enjoying more fantasy play and he is more truly feeling remorse. He is more willing to engage with a group of other kids. Neurological Age Changes: His overall growth rate is 110%, which is 164% faster than his initial rate before starting program a little over a year ago.
Chapman B. – USA 11 years
Physio: Chapman has been in better health and overall is less easily irritated. He is eating more through his mouth instead of the G-Tube. He chewing has improved. He is sleeping well and his digestion has greatly improved. Intellectually: He is recognizing images more consistently. His understanding has improved as well and he is betting at getting concepts such as he better hurry with breakfast to catch his bus to school. This period he was able to sit through a 3-hour theater piece. He has been speaking more in school. Socially: He has been more calm and less easily upset. It is also easier for him to calm himself down if he is upset. He has been seeking more eye contact. He has been imitated more behavior and has started to test his limits. Neurological Age Changes: His overall growth rate is 297% better than his initial rate before starting program 2 years ago.
Federico D. – Italy 18 years
Physio: Federico has been in good health this past period. Intellectually: He is understanding is continuing to be at peer level and he is doing well in school. Socially: He is socializing and getting along with others much better. Neurological Age Changes: His overall growth rate continues to be 120% faster than his initial rate before starting program.
Mikkel S. – Norway 3 years 8 months
Physio: Overall his reflux has been less. Physically: He has better control of his head. He is also using his hands better. Intellectually: He is tracking his vision better. He also is starting to recognize and identify different black and white pictures. He is starting to understand English phrases and he understands basic instructions and questions like “are you thirsty”. He also has been making more sounds. Socially: He has been interacting more with caregivers and family around him. He enjoys Mom singing to him. He is more curious about different things. Neurological Age Changes: His overall growth rate is 177% faster than his initial growth rate before starting program.
Chase G. – USA 2.5 years
Physically: He is almost crawling on a flat floor and he starting to use his legs more. Intellectually: His depth perception has improved. He is less bothered by sounds. He is understanding more words and basic phrases. He is starting to understand two step instructions. He also has started to communicate with sign language more consistently. He is also verbally making more sounds. Socially: He has been playing more interactive games. He gets less easily upset. He has been asserting himself more and his eye contact has improved. His play has been more purposeful and in fact he has started to enjoy sword fights with his brothers.
Leif T. – Norway 9 years
Physio: He is now eating whole solid foods and chewing better. His health has been generally good. Physically: He can now crawl a few meters on the flat floor. He is using his hands better and has started to communicate by pointing his finger at a choice board. Intellectually: He is recognizing more words and has been learning some numbers. His understanding continues to improve and he is more aware of what is happening with his program in the day. He is also following 2 step instructions better. He is making a lot more sounds as well. Socially: He is expressing more emotions. He is interacting more with others around him and he is starting to smile in response to a smile. He is starting to play more basic games and he is better at occupying himself when left alone in a room. Neurological Age Changes: His overall growth rate is currently 8 times faster than his initial growth rate before starting the program.