Boy HTB_M - Improvement/Recovery story

NSFA REF: GP_0023/NY2017

The ASD characteristics of Boy HTB_M

Boy HTB_M was residing in Buffalo, New York, with his parents and one elder siblings. The elder sibling was also diagnosed as ASD child. Boy HTB_M was about 8.5 years old. The parents came in touch with NSFA consultant in early 2017.

The Boy HUM_B had PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorder) features.

Boy HTB_M

  • Split personality (of two colors, places himself in two stands Green HTB, or Red HTD)
  • Lacking's in social behavior
  • He was not completely potty-trained
  • He was very must unrested
  • He has very low eye contact
  • He has echolalia problem

NSFA consultant explained the treatment process and made it sure that the parents understand the process, struggle, and maintenance of continuity of treatment. The parents agreed to undertake a long-term treatment process.

 

NSFA Steps:

After couple of interviews with the parents and observing the  Boy HTB_M a constitutional plan was structured. They were observed at their home, and at their relative's places. An administration plan was developed. It was stated that the child will require several years (at least 2.0-3.0 years) to get to an optimum level of recovery through NSFA treatments. This boy was over 5 years of age! The parents agreed.

 

IMPROVENT AS TREATMENTS CONTINUES

Boy HTB_M began to recover within 6th month of the treatment.

Significant development features were:

  • Detoxification, successful as the did not regress any more, he moved forward
  • Split personality: of colors, which is 99% gone after medications)
  • Lack in social behavior : Improved
  • Potty-training {he was trained with only peeing, but now with pooping as well after medications)}
  • He was very must unrested (but calmed down after medications)
  • He has very low eye contact(Improved a lot after 24 months)
  • He has echolalia problem (Cleared up to 70%, after 24 Months)

Notes/Conclusions: Boy HTB_M progressed in terms of vocabulary, Instruction taking, Eye contact, and captured interesting common-sense intelligent behaviour. He has improved significantly. In certain areas, parents reported up to 90% recovery.

Challenges remains:

  • Getting across age appropriate
  • Modifying negative behaviours
  • adapting to new social situations.

NSFA thanks the Dad for giving the opportunity to treat Boy HTB_M

Parental References/ communication (emails) and Developmental communication form/ Milestones: This report was provided by Dad at 17th Month of the treatment. Parents continued for several cycles till they were satisfied.

NSFA Statement: The Parents of this Baby boy has provided us a reference, which is NOT published here (due to ethical reasons). Readers are requested to study the case. Thanks for the understanding.