Tag Archives: ait

Kay’s Autism Journey of Exceptional Progress

We first met Kay at age 6 in 2008. He was first diagnosed with ASD at age 3. Kay’s mom first heard about AIT during a seminar in Mall of Asia that she attended. Kay’s interventions include GFCF diet, ABA, … Continue reading

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One Year After AIT Revisiting 8 year old Nicky’s Improvements After Therapy

Meeting Mommy C after all this time is a wonderful experience. She’s filled with funny stories and anecdotes about Nicky.  I’ve taken the time to document changes that she and her familiy have seen after AIT. Movement Nicky exhibits better … Continue reading

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Discover how music therapy benefits children

 

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How AIT helped an 8 year old boy do better in school

Mark is  an average eight year old boy in studying in an exclusive Filipino – Chinese boys’ school.  His mom brought him to us because Mark  complained about noises bothering him.  His mom didn’t believe him initially and decided to … Continue reading

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How a Four Year Old Found His Words After AIT

J. is 4 years old.  He was diagnosed as a case of classic autism at age 2 years 11 months.    J. Has very limited speech and does not know how to communicate.  He’s hyperactive. He often takes others by the … Continue reading

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AIT Experience of a 10 year old with Autism and Extreme Hypersensitivity to Sound

Lala , 10 years old, had her AIT assessment recently.  She and her mother travelled for hours to get to Manila on her summer break.  Lala was first diagnosed with autism at 1 year 10 months.  She has speech delay, … Continue reading

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Anger, Teasing and Bullies a Post AIT Experience of an 8 year old boy with Speech Delay and Sensory Integration Issues

Children with developmental delays often experience awkwardness in social and emotional aspects. It is often difficult for them to manage their feelings. It is also compounded by their inability to express how they really feel. This inability to fully express … Continue reading

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AIT Experience of an 8 year old with Speech Delay and Sensory Integration 3 months post AIT

We’ve been fortunate enough to have Mommy C. who has been such an angel at collating Nicky’s changes and experiences since he had his first AIT three months ago.  Most children usually have their changes in AIT after (3) three … Continue reading

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Autism and Advice from the Well Meaning But Not So Knowledgeable Friend

I’m sure most of you have met that “particular” well meaning friend  or  “aunt” whose closest experience to dealing with autism is watching a cousin or a relative grow-up and sharing those experiences. Nothing wrong with sharing, but I do … Continue reading

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Hypersensitivity in Some Kids

Hypersensitivity to sound manifests in multiple ways. A common misconception I often find is that a child is only hypersensitive when he covers his ears. A number of kids are hypersensitive to sound, but don’t necessarily cover their ears. Hypersensitivity … Continue reading

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