The ASD characteristics of Baby boy YN_S

Baby boy YN_S

NSFA REF: GP_UAE_2008_0003

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Key Statement from the Parent: “Your specially devised medicines are wonderful! They did reset the clock of our boy YN_S, he lost most of his development as he went home! Amazing! We got all of it back as you have asked us to administer your SPL remedy from the corner of our Freeze”; He started talking, writing, and doing things that he was doing prior to go home, … His class results are fantastic… My wife has been offered a part time job in the same school where my boy was not even allowed any admission about one and half year back! Thing has changed in our life so much!…Thank you so much!

The ASD characteristics of Baby boy YN_S

Baby boy YN_S was living in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. His dad was working in a reputed Bank in UAE. The parents learned from a parent (their friend) in London, UK that there is a cure (Improvement) to Autism. NSFA consultant by then was known to some specific families in the UK (London Area) for his services to them.

The Baby boy YN_S’s dad got in touch with NSFA consultant who was working in the KSA. Discussed detailed on ASD issues and the process of the treatment.

Baby boy YN_S was at his 3 – years and 7 – months at the time NSFA Consultant was contacted. Had severe PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorder) features.

Baby boy YN_S had following ASD syndromes

  • Thoughts wondering, looked absolutely un-aware of the world around him..
  • Poor eye contact
  • Couple of words which has got no meaning.
  • Weak locomotor capabilities
  • Denied admission in a special school in Abu Dhabi
  • He drew on the walls with black pencil, but gripping was in-consistent
  • Lacked common senses
  • Very little imitating capabilities
  • Little or no number senses.
  • Plays alone, Not being able to play in groups
  • He spits on the table and draw with it.
  • He stumps his legs
  • Sometimes he draws in air
  • If you call him, he doesn’t response (when he is busy with anything)
  • Always reading something…
  • Sometimes he takes off his cloths (only at home)

The NSFA consultant visited UAE to see Baby boy YN_S as it was difficult for the parents to come over in KSA. The Parents provided necessary tickets and other supports.


Observing the Baby boy YN_S in a UAE mall, and interviewing the Mom and Dad, a constitutional plan was structured for him. A remedy administration plan was developed. NSFA consultant predicted that if everything goes well, Baby boy YN_S will recover FAST in 3-4 cycles of treatment.


Baby boy YN_S began to recover within 3rd month of the treatment.

Significant development features (3-12 months) were:

  • Detoxification worked (First four months). Baby boy YN_S advanced as planned
  • Eye contact improved significantly with 12 months
  • Vocabulary was much better with several words. He started giving 2-word sentences (7th Month)
  • Started taking instructions from Dad and Mom
  • Sat steady in a Sofa as asked
  • Re-instated into the school where he was earlier denied (Mother was later even offered a job in same school)
  • Started swimming with dad
  • Became much social
  • Could draw some comprehensible pictures
  • Could solve puzzles

Basically, he has improved in all the sectors he had degenerations.

ConclusionsBaby boy YN_S progressed in terms of vocabulary, Instruction taking, Eye contact, and captured common sense and intelligent behaviour, could relate to objects and emotions etc. FAST.

He is a STAR boy who recovered within 18 months treatment and later parents reported that he always gets an “A” in all or most of the subjects.

NSFA Consultants thanked the Mom and Dad for giving the opportunity to treat Baby boy Baby boy YN_S

Parental References/ communication (here couple of emails taking out the names and addresses dates are valid) and Developmental communication form/ Milestones:

NSFA Statement: The Parents of this Baby boy has provided us a reference, which is NOT copied here (due to ethical reasons). Readers are requested to study the case. We are publishing only couple of email communication on child’s progress. Thanks for the understanding.

Tue 2010-10-12 12:59 AM

Dear NSFA Consultant

Take my salam… our boy YN_S is doing perfectly fine… He starts talking, writing, and doing things that normal child’s do… His results are fantastic… He was promoted to Grade 1 and the good thing is (mom of the boy YN_S) got a temporary job within the same school…

The Canadian immigration status is negative from there end… I’m planning to send them a final mail… but I don’t think we will get it… any ways the job situation is not very good in Canada as far I know… and even somehow if I come there I’ll not get any support from the Canadian Govt. I’m trying to get a job in UK or some other western country through xxxx… Lets hope for the best…

I’ll get back to you with the data you asked for boy YN_S soon… and you are always welcome to visit us as long as we are here in UAE…

Thanks and regards,

xxxxx xxxxxx xxxxx
xxxxxxx Bank Middle East Limited, Dubai – UA


Sun 2009-12-13 12:54 AM

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Dear NSFA Autism Consultant,

Pls take my Salaam… How are you doing? We are all fine here… Are you in Saudi or Canada??? Recently our boy YN_S became very naughty but good thing is he plays with his brother every day and his eye contact became better… we went to his school last week and his teacher said he is doing fine there… He participated fancy dress competition and got 3rd prize… Thanks to you for everything…

We are expecting boy YN_S next dose of medicine pls let me know when we can manage to do that. Waiting for your kind reply.

Thanks and regards,

xxxxx xxxxxx xxxxx

xxxxxxx Bank XXXX  Limited, Dubai – UA

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