Hello everybody and welcome to our “Whole Child Autism Coaching” Free Video Series!
For those of you who don’t know yet, Roni Enten (certified nutrition specialist) and I (along with a certified nurse practitioner and board certified pediatrician) have decided to collaborate for the first time and offer our “Whole Child: Integrative Autism Coaching” package.
We embarked on this exciting collaboration because in our 40+ years of combined experience serving the autism community, we have seen that there is nothing more powerful in helping a child grow and heal to his/her potential than a combination of both therapeutic and bio-medical interventions, guided in a consistent and integrated way.
Doors will open next week and limited spots will become available (so stay tuned for more details).
As an exciting way to launch this new project, give you real guidance you can use right away and help you get to know each of us further, we have decided to offer a free video series on the topics you want help with most based on a survey we shared (thank you to all who voted). The topics that got the most votes were: communication development, anxiety and challenging/aggressive behaviors.
In each video we will share a total of 4 of our best strategies (two bio medical and two therapeutic) so you can see meaningful growth with your child.
Click the image below to watch video #1 on communication development!
We would love to hear from you. Join the conversation below and tell us what is one thing you are taking away from this video.
I need those strategies,thank you so much,I am always struggling with (if my son understands me ,if he’s busy and couldn’t hear me) please reply me for more information about that,thanks
Yes Sahar that is such an important point. More and more children who are non verbal or minimally verbal who then learn to communicate via typing or letter boards consistently express how much they understand and that their ability to demonstrate that understanding is the challenge, not the understanding itself. So believe your child understands and tell him that, tell him that even though he may not respond or communicate back you KNOW he is intelligent and understands and this will make a big difference for him- he will feel seen and understood and this will greatly impact his life experience.
You sound so lovely! I am working with a Nutricinist(more like a robot really) and she recommended Methylation Pro cream by Neuro Biologix.
And DMG in drops,
Both to support speech and stay more focus.
Have you ever recommended these products?
How long should I wait for seeing results?
My little one is 4 1/2 years old and she has been using the products for 3 weeks.
Thanks for your kind words! I am not familiar with the specific products you mentioned and am curious about the level of absorption of those vitamins via transdermal application. Have you seen any changes since starting it? DMG should be fine if given as liquid or capsule – you may need to slowly increase dosage to see optimal results. By 3 weeks, if having slowly increased to an optimal dose for her, I would expect to have started to see positive changes if its right for her. Remember that TMG may also be tried if no change was seen from the DMG. Best of health!
Thank you for the wonderful video! Keira is moving forward every day and you are right our children might not speak but they learn and understand everything. Keira out of nowhere says words we don’t request but she has learn by herself ans uses them to request things. It’s amazing to hear her coming with new words each day, words that she heard before.
About filling blanks in songs they are meaningful for us, the other night Megan was singing 2 songs to Keira, at bath time, and she stopped at the end of the sentence so Keira will complete the sentence. She sang with her and we knew that she has learnt by memory alm the songs we sing to her at bed time.
It was magical to see them both bonding and Keira looking straight to her sister’s eyes while “singing” with her.
I was speechless with tears in my eyes and It meant so much to us!
This is wonderful Lis! What a beautiful moment to see your girls engage in this way 🙂 Just to clarify, if filling in the blanks of a song is done in a joyful and excited way like you shared than wonderful- as this is clearly a meaningful moment for her and her sister.