Sara and Daniel Lamb from Merseyside, UK talk about their journey with their son Finley, aged 5. At the age of two Finley could not walk or talk and had severe auditory, sensory and visual issues; difficulties he was potentially facing for the rest of his life. Following unsuccessful consultations with speech, eye and occupational therapists, a physiotherapists, geneticists, neurologists and a paediatrician Sara next turned to a 3-hour talk being hosted by The Family Hope Center in Dublin, Ireland. After listening to the talk Sara called her husband and told him, 'Book some time off [work], we're going to Philadelphia'; Sara realised that the Family Hope Center may have held the answers to Finley's problems. Listen to their journey following their trip to Philadelphia.
Molly and Abe talk about how skeptical they were when Abe’s sister told them about how The Family Hope Center could help them with their 12 year old son, Ben. At 12-18 months, Benjamin began displaying developmental issues and by 2-1/2 years old began services for Autism to manage his echolalia, extreme hyperactivity, self-biting and poor eating and sleep habits.
After discovering FHC’s comprehensive team approach taught them how to be the therapists for Ben’s nutrition and physical programs, and seeing the tremendous progress, Molly and Abe now have hope for Ben to lead a normal, independent life.
Teachers Markus and Sandra from Eggenfelden, Germany tell the story of their journey with their daughter Sarah who began experiencing epileptic seizures and severe developmental delays following several vaccinations. After searching for answers, two mothers recommended The Family Hope Center, and upon researching FHC, decided to attend the 3-Day Parent Training Conference.
After their 2-day appointment at the FHC clinic in Norristown, PA U.S.A., The family began a program that resulted in Sarah beginning to creep and crawl after 2 years of not moving. Sarah experienced a profound personality change and began making eye contact, and now is "curious about the world around her. For more information, visit familyhopecenter.com
Odin's father, Victor, tells the story of Odin's struggle in development from premature birth, their journey finding help in their Norwegian community, and what led them to find The Family Hope Center. Six months after attending FHC's Parent Training Conference, Odin is showing spectacular results!
Jackie and Victor, parents to 6-year old Victor, discuss the "enormous" progress he has made in just 6 months on his FHC program. Dad Victor mentions the anger he felt when family members mentioned his son's issues, but now he understands his child better. "If you have a child that is struggling, this is the place to be."
Many children diagnosed with mild to severe CP, autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and other behavioral or developmental challenges become labeled “special needs”, and carry these inaccurate, symptom-based diagnoses for many years.
In evaluating children with these symptoms we often find that, in addition to significant metabolic toxic sensitivities that adversely affect brain function, injuries in the brain stem, limbic area, cortex and cerebellum are evident. This dysfunction can prevent your child from receiving and processing information properly, which leads to delayed, inaccurate and inappropriate decisions. Because children with these symptoms often have problems in the brain stem area as well, they may alsohave issues with their coordination and mobility.
When a course of treatment is introduced that focuses on, and deals directly with these sensitivities in the affected area of the brain, real improvement in your child’s functioning and behavior will be seen, and we no longer need to rely on life long coping strategies.
Matthew and Carol Newell, Directors of The Family Hope Center, will teach you how identify and begin stimulating the compromised areas of your child’s brain at home without medication and their side effects. With The Family Hope Center’s help, parents can actually develop the areas of the brain that are affecting their ability to learn and thrive.