Last updated on July 13th, 2020
As we were leaving my friend’s house-warming party yesterday, she mentioned what a blessing it will be to have land enough to build homes for their two autistic children. I had no idea there was any issue with either child (they’re both very high-functioning).
Our conversation reminded me of the year our family spent pursuing neurodevelopment to improve or correct some minor issues:
The program we tried has been used with success to treat autism, Down Syndrome, ADD, Learning Disabilities, stroke victims, and more. We saw significant gains from using the program, so I wanted to link it here.
To get an overview of the program (and read a lot of success stories!), check out Linda Kane’s book, A Neurodevelopmental Approach. (Sorry, it’s not available on Amazon at the moment.)