Parents' Stories

No diagnosis. Many issues.
He hated writing and would do anything (anything!) to avoid having to do any. M was almost 11 years old[...]
Communication increases social interaction – Kabuki Syndrome, SLD and Spina Bifida – aged 13 years
'The main thing is the mixing with her peers now, not aggravating them. She knows how to mix and has good[...]
Communication improvements and more – Classic ASD & CPLD – aged 9 years
Quote from mum from her email: Thank you for the feedback session last Sunday, it was good to see you[...]
Self awareness – Dyslexia , Dyscalcula, Asperger’s Syndrome
A message from a Brainchild group member....N N has noticed that it is now easier to stop her fingers fiddling[...]
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
I just wish it was available to every child. Amy wrote this about her son, J, who has a diagnosis[...]
Increased understanding – Kabuki Syndrome, Spina Bifida & SLD – aged 13 years
"She now has a willingness to have a go"  The program has opened a window to us when we had[...]
Suspected Dyslexia – A success story!
A recent e-mail from an elated mum...if you are on the waiting list for an expensive dyslexia diagnosis why not act now!
Look I can do it! – Asperger’s Syndrome (Boy Aged 7)
Immediately following his participation in a Brainchild group, mum reports: Joan Hunt, the autism specialist, saw him after one year. Her comment was: “What a difference"!
Question: Why is Infant Reflex Integration important? Answer: It delays or disrupts brain maturation. In the research paper below the[...]
Aware of the world – ASD and CPLD (age 10)
   "At first I didn't realize the impact that the infant reflexes have on a child's development and that you can[...]
Social development – Teenage Asperger’s Syndrome (achieving well in school, particularly science.)
 'I am much happier about his long-term future' - Mum This boy was aged 15 years when he started the[...]
Genetic disorder
Co-ordination improvements were the first to be noticed. Fine motor was difficult. She can now use Nintendo controls so well she wins every time.