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What do you mean by recovery?
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If your child has slipped behind the mask of autism and you’re looking to bring him or her back, you’re in the right place.
Science shows us that at the root of the behavioral symptoms known as Autism Spectrum Disorder are many internal disruptions.
What's Underneath the Surface
Chronic infections and their toxins, heavy metal toxicity, pesticides, herbicides, hormone-mimicking toxins from plastics, bedding chemicals and flame retardants, inflammation and disrupted detoxification systems all contribute to the symptoms known as autism.
If your child is very sensitive (and most I see are), then many forms of stimulation are amplified, too much for the nervous system to handle. For example – crowds, places with strong smells, too much noise, too many visitors or activities, the pace is too fast.
This “too much” causes even more internal stress and keeps the body in fight or flight mode, interrupting healing. Does your son ever seem “wired but tired”, hyper, yet unable to sleep or calm down? Even if stress is not outwardly apparent, its likely the internal systems are stressed.
A special needs/special diet/sensitive child affects the entire family. Food preparation, activities, timing, therapy sessions, outings – whether or not to go out – may create family tension.
Emotions play a huge role in the body, though in our society, we rarely recognize this aspect of healing. Anger, sadness, fear – these emotions have a chemical signature in the body. Experiences in the womb, the birth process, post-natal and beyond all have an emotional impact on a person’s body. What looks like fun and playing to one person could be traumatic for another. Think back to your child’s emotional history, and your own, especially when you were pregnant. Are there instances of trauma, grief, hardship?
RECOVERY – How We Can Help
We have programs to create more ease – for your child, for the family. Your child will progress, heal, develop. We support you, the parents, on what to do so that you have peace of mind and more daily harmony.
Download your FREE map to the steps in the recovery process.
Free things to do to begin recovering your child from the symptoms of autism and creating a healthier life.
This will save you time, money, energy, worry, stress! It may even save your own life as well as your marriage. You may not know this yet, but most parents who embark on this journey spend tons of money, deplete their energy, and feel very stressed out.
First, take a big breath in, and sigh it out. You don’t have to be one of those parents! You can have your child back. Remember a few things.
You are NOT alone. You will need HELP.
You need the HELP of an EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL, one who has helped kids recover from the symptoms known as autism, who has helped kids lose their diagnosis and are now fully engaged in life. You want someone who has the training, expertise and experience specifically in autism recovery.
The road to recovery can be long, but needn’t be made longer by
Every child with autism is unique. What works to heal one child, may not affect your child, or may hurt another. That’s why asking questions about your individual child is the key to getting the right help.
Want the expertise of 77 autism recovery experts? In three years of telesummits, Luminara has interviewed 77 experts who speak on various aspects of the recovery from the symptoms known as autism. Choose from
After 3 sessions he is trying to talk more and his words sound more clear than before!
I feel like I'm getting my precious little boy back...
...the greatest change has been in speech!
...he can now focus and pay attention to what he is learning...
...older brother not being treated, age 13 - Sleeping better, diarrhea better, calmer...
...mood improvements, more calm, better toileting in general; able to concentrate for an hour at a time...
...calmer, more attentive, responds to his name, follows instructions most of the time...
...more focused and needing no guidance and being efficient at tasks...
...fewer injuries, sleeping well, weight gain...
...is able to sit down and do work, writing his name, reading instructions...
...more engaged, appropriate behavior...
He’s spontaneously speaking on his own...
He walked most of the day on an outing, when in the past that would have never happened...
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