There Is Just A Little
Missing Piece Of The Puzzle
I will never forget the day my son was diagnosed with autism. I felt like I was in the twilight zone and the world would not stop spinning.
What could I do? Who could I go to? Would my family understand? Not only was my son not thriving in his health, he was struggling everyday. He was struggling with digestion, sleep, focus, speech and skin health.
Every time I went to a doctor’s appointments looking for answers, I left feeling hopeless. I left feeling even more confused and wondering what could help turn my boy around.
Luckily the need, want and desire to being him back from that dark place, awakened the momma bear inside of me. So, I vowed never to give up until his quality of life became the best it could be, without side effects and without toxins.
So, that’s what I did. I fought to being him back. And now he no longer qualifies for that diagnosis.
With first-hand experience in recovering our precious boy from a diagnosis of autism, I have learned more information than I ever could have hoped for. After years of fine-tuning some simple steps that made a huge impact on him, not only does he no longer qualify for that diagnosis, he is thriving.
If you’re on a similar journey, I know This journey, I want you to know that I know it’s not easy. There are many hurdles to climb from IEP’s, to doctors appointments, to family and day to day life.
So let’s chat about some of the things that might be missing in your own puzzle of recovery, whether it be health in general or a child struggling to thrive. I want to help you navigate the road towards advocacy for your child.
The steps are simple, but sometimes we just need a little help to get over that mountain.
FINDING THE missingPIECES
- 1 hour zoom video conference call
- Background of health
- Action steps
- 45 min zoom video conference call
- follow-up to action steps
- Email communication back and forth