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could only speak in short phrases. Although he was big for his age, sports were difficult for him because he never really knew where he was in space. We knew our son was intelligent, though, because he was a quick study when it came to math.
Despite all of these difficulties, we were thankful that our son still had a positive attitude toward life. Like so many of the families I work with today, we too changed schools and programs every year searching for answers, but no one was able to help our son. As panic set in over his education, a friend introduced us to a “neuro” approach to learning. My husband and I were told that this approach would stimulate the nerve pathways in our son’s brain in order to help him complete pivotal developmental steps that would help him succeed academically, socially, and even physically. Little did we know at the time, but our prayers had been answered!
We began diligently working on his customized, neurodevelopment program and within six weeks he suddenly began speaking and expressing himself as if there had never been a problem. As he began to complete more developmental steps, his physical body also changed. He slimmed down considerably and was able to successfully participate in any sport he desired. As if these successes weren’t enough, our son went up six to seven grade levels in all of his academics within the first year of beginning the neurodevelopmental program.
He went on to earn a degree in business management, and today he is a successful businessman who owns his own company and is happily married to a wonderful woman and they have three beautiful children.
We are a family full of success stories as our other two sons also benefited from the neurodevelopmental program. These successes proved to be life changing for our children, and through our own personal struggles we know that we have the answers you are looking for!
Our family’s story is similar to so many others...
One of our sons was 14 years old and still unable to read. He had many other struggles as well. He was extremely hyper, unable to express his own thoughts, and