Amelia R. – Norway 7 years
Physio: Amelia has had excellent health this period. Physically: Her balance and coordination have improved and she has learned to ride a bike. Manually, it is easier for her to undress herself. Intellectually: She has been getting better at matching words with objects. Her ability in identifying letters and numbers also has improved. She is more focused and can follow instructions better. She is better able to sit and listen to a story. She is more comfortable with the routine in her day and she understands better what is said to her in daily life. She has been repeating a lot more words. She can say the name of animals and will say the first part of their name. To others her babbling now seems it is more meaningful as she was asking for something or trying to explain something. She will now say “I don’t” or “Don’t want” when doing parts of her program she does not like! Socially: She has been smiling more in response to a smile. She has been missing parents more when they are not around. She has also been asserting her position more and she is much less passive. She has been starting to imitate behavior and she has been enjoying interactive games more. She has shown more concern and has been looking out for her little cousin more. Neurological Age Changes: Her overall growth rate is 134% better than her initial rate before starting program six and a half months ago.
Pedro H. – Colombia 15 years
Physio: Pedro’s health has been well and his seizures have been significantly less. Physically: He has been enjoying swimming and playing squash. He ran two 10-kilometer races and was able to cut off 8 minutes on his second race. He is more coordinated in his mobility and has better posture. Intellectually: He is better at identifying letters and numbers and he is better at identifying certain words. He has a better concept of what happened yesterday vs. today and will get what is to happen tomorrow. He is more consistent at following 3 step instructions He also understands better stories that are read to him and can maintain his focus longer. His conversation is 50% more relevant to what is happening at the time. He can explain things such as movies and stories better. Socially: He feels remorse now and in general he is more aware of how his emotions affect him. Neurological Age Changes: His overall growth rate is at 108%, which is 428% better than her initial growth rate before starting program a year ago.
Jonathan R. – Denmark 1 year
Physio: Overall his health has been good this period. Physically: He has been using his legs more when crawling down the incline floor. His manual function also has improved. Intellectually: He is more curious of his environment and he is trying to examine things more with his vision. His ability to track lights and toys has improved. He has been reacting to and understanding more words and events in his day. He has started to make news sounds as well. Socially: He is more interested in people around him. He is also a happier child. Neurological Age Changes: His growth rate this period has been over 100% better than his initial growth rate before starting program 5 months ago.
Gideon F. – Singapore 3 years
Physio: Overall Gideon is a happier child and his mood has been better. Physically: He has been creeping more consistently as a means of transportation. Intellectually: He has been differentiating pictures of people lately and he understands more basic commands. He is expecting more things to happen when they should in his day. He has been making more sounds as well. Socially: He has been smiling in response to a smile more consistently with very close family members and has been testing boundaries and asserting his position more. Overall he has been showing more happiness and has showed more interest in new toys and objects.
Connor T. – USA 4 years
Physio: His health has been generally good since his last visit. Physically: He is enjoying games such as Volleyball and Basketball. Intellectually: His reading is continuing to improve. He is following instructions is better and he is following checklists up to 12 items. He is communicating more meaningfully. Socially: He has been trying to join groups more. He has been taking more care and looking out for his Nephew.