Story 1: Significant Improvement from ASD of Master "R"

Baby R could only speak a few words prior to his age of 18 months. By the age of 2 years and 7 months Baby R was diagnosed as an ASD child. De-generations were observed, vitamin and mineral imbalances occurred in his blood system, he displayed repetitive behavior; in addition, he went into his own shell, had unbearable restlessness, carried no understanding of fear or emotions. He exhibited little to no intelligence, and no understanding of relationships. Physically, he was highly constipated, and revealed milk & other food allergies.

Improvements after NSFA Treatment

A specific framework of Baby "R" was worked out after intensive research. Herbal accelerators and alternative remedies were selected per constitution. Within 4-5 cycles (each of 4 and half months) baby produced 2 -3 word sentences, singing songs, numeracy, and gained some intelligence to his expressions. ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) was introduced. More words came up with educational interventions. With further administration of remedies emotion, understanding of relationship, sense of fear, finger pointing, and alternative choices were manifested gradually. However, his constipation prevailed for a long time. Baby R came out of his learning disabilities with medications and educational intervention. He has learned multiple languages (showing interest for a third language), can alternate thinking, exchange emotions, write poetries, long stories, draw meaningful conclusions and produced good results in almost or all of the subjects in his studies . He is keen in science, attending regular classes with resource support.

Note: Added to Baby R's NSFA treatment, both parents approached different Autism support agencies. The doctors, specialists, schools, day care resource persons, and Agency specialist supported whole heartedly with recommendations and directions.
Baby R is a case of coordinated. NSFA treatments stopped his degenerations, enhanced emotional developments and learning systems while designed interventions and educational strategies helped Baby R fight to overcome difficulties in expressive language and understanding of the world around very fast.
Current Challenges and Treatments: Baby R is still overcome difficulties in peer relationship management, organization, independence and anxiety. NSFA recommended natural and alternative treatments are in place.

Story 2: Significant improvement of Ms. B from Severe ASD

Child B was 4 years and nine month's old. She carried no vocabulary. Displayed some reactions to a couple instructions, sucked her thumb all day, and had regular bed-wetting occurrences. Much of her fine motor coordination was absent such as gripping pencils and drawing. She could not attend school and was not able to undertake in formal study. She could not obtain numeracy skills. She had little to no intelligence in a household context. She was degenerating FAST due to her severe case of Autism.

Improvements after NSFA Treatment

Both parents were interviewed thoroughly. A constitutional panorama was developed after critical research. A set of remedies and herbal and natural accelerators were determined, prioritized and administered. Child B began speaking words as she took out her thumb from mouth. Her perceptual connectivity and vocal functions kicked off, Child B needed educational interventions (ABA/IBI). Parents were helpless. The girl started giving 2 - 3 word sentences within 5th Cycle. She slowly developed understanding of prepositions, adjectives and verbs (Autistic Children generally would only understand Nouns and Pronouns). She exhibited phenomenal improvement within 8 cycles of treatment in her social behavior, intelligence level and started interacting better with her siblings, relatives, and friends. Both parents tried their best to help the child. Language barrier was another challenge (Bengali, Arabic and English).
The latest: Child B was examined recently by a Developmental Neurologist. Conclusion: Ms. B has come out of her Autism. NSFA note: Ms. B missed age appropriate Educational/Behavioral Interventions (IBI) learning through ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis). Parents had limitations and they struggled.
*Conclusions: Ms. B has progressed categorically and made miraculous progress in terms of vocabulary, social relationship, communications, and intelligence. Her further challenges would be getting across age appropriate studies and memory management. Treatments are ongoing.

Story 3: Recovery of Baby C

Baby C was 3 years 4 months old. He had no vocabulary, was restlessness, had no eye contact, his thoughts were wondering, and he did NOT engage with external world, did not understand relationships, taken to a mall, he would go away, could not function well in a class room setting, mother was extremely frustrated with all her devotions. Baby C was returned from his classes and the family continued to struggled.

Improvements after NSFA Treatment

Process: Parents were interviewed in depth. NSFA autism consultant gathered family background and detailed information to construct the remedial panorama. NSFA consultant traveled 4 occasions to Sharjah, UAE to observe impacts and developments of the child. Within 20 months of treatment, Baby C achieved remarkable developments. He gave words, improved eye contact, replied with sentences and intelligent answers and went back to school. Amazingly, his class performances were very good as of 2008. The mother and father, and NSFA worked very hard to consistently bring this boy in to age appropriate levels.

Notes from Parent: The medication worked effectively. This boy is now the first boy in his class with A+ performance, and became an honor roll student. He still carried a few organizational and social issues; however, through attention and practices, those will improve.

NSFA Comment: Baby C required some more maintenance remedies. In the meantime he has learning opportunities in regular class environment. Parents of Baby C deserves great credit to support their boy successful and make the treatment provided by NSFA effective.