The True Social Change Makers

“We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.”–Carlos Castaneda As the cost of autism, ADHD, severe food allergies, and mental health issues skyrocket and the systems held in place continue to be challenged to their breaking point, we as a nation are eventually going to haveContinue reading “The True Social Change Makers”

It’s easy to dismiss. It’s more difficult to understand

In 2012, my sister in law started telling me about an international clinic in Philadelphia that helps kids and adults with Cerebral palsy, autism, Downs, ADHD, genetic issues, stroke, Parkinson’s, etc. I completely dismissed learning or even researching about it for 2 years! My sister in law and brother in law would keep encouraging meContinue reading “It’s easy to dismiss. It’s more difficult to understand”

There is power in numbers and power in unity.

I know the last 6 blog posts have been the ultimate highlight reel for implementing a comprehensive neurological approach. We have had great success and hopefully those 6 posts have gained an audience. I want people and professionals to know about a comprehensive neurological approach. Sadly, a comprehensive neurological program doesn’t completely line up withContinue reading “There is power in numbers and power in unity.”

Doomed to Fail…once a picky eater always a picky eater

How is it possible for an innocent green pea to invoke such a ghastly, volcanic gag reflex? Why does he eat such bland foods? Why does he tend to eat only orange foods, but God forbid eat an actual orange? Why does it matter what he eats? Kids being picky eaters isn’t a new challengeContinue reading “Doomed to Fail…once a picky eater always a picky eater”

Extra Effort Brings Extra Blessings

Neuroplasticity takes extra effort. Let that sink in. Neuroplasticity takes extra effort. As a special needs parent everything you do takes extra effort. We as special needs parents know this all to well. Well kids can just fly through the brain development stages. They start talking, making friends, and seeking their parents for praise andContinue reading “Extra Effort Brings Extra Blessings”