Get My Child Back On Track
In the USA, about 25% of children have some form of
diagnosed (or not yet diagnosed) Developmental Disorder.
Is your child one of them?
Do you search for a solution you can apply at home
to get your child back on track?
Would You Like To
Get Your Child Back To Normal?
Did You Even Know
It Was POSSIBLE?
People Are Recovering Their Children From Their Developmental Difficulties.
There are Two Phases of our program you can access from here:
First Phase: Re-Engaging The Stuck Developmental Process
Second Phase: Encouraging The Developmental Process To Catch Up
Re-Engaging The Stuck Developmental Process
This is the First Phase. You do this step first before you start the second step. In this first step you learn all those environmental factors which are blocking your child’s developmental process. You eliminate all those things from your child’s environment.
You receive instruction, testing, coaching, and peer support in all aspects of this task. It is important to have the developmental process working before we start the next step. And, it is important to keep your child’s developmental process moving forward throughout the next step so that your child’s progress is not blocked again. So, this is also an ongoing task through the next step.
Encouraging The Developmental Process
To Catch Up
After your child has re-engaged his/her stuck developmental process, it’s time to do the work to encourage your child’s developmental process to catch up.
In this Second Phase of our program, you receive instruction, testing, coaching, and peer support in all aspects of this task. Depending on the severity of your child’s developmental difficulties, on your child’s age, and on your follow-through, this step may take from two to six months or even longer.
- If your child is very young and has just started showing symptoms, he/she may catch up with others the same age in just a few months.
- If your child is six to twelve years old and only has hyperactivity, poor impulse control, or very short attention span, your work for this step could be finished in 3-4 months.
- If your child is a teenager with high functioning autism or has Asperger’s Syndrome, this step could take six months or more.
- Each case is unique and these are only estimates and can not represent how your child will progress in this program.
This step involves physical exercises. They are not physically demanding, but they require a commitment to do the exercises in proper form and for the appropriate time (30-45 minutes/day, 3-4 days per week).
The exercises change depending on the age and capability of your child. The older and more capable your child, the more your child can do the exercises for themselves (with constant supervision, of course). The younger or less capable your child, the more you will have to do the work, physically, with your child for the exercises to be accomplished. As your child progresses through this program, he/she will become more capable.