It’s been far too long since I’ve posted an update on our NAET journey. Life has been full of twists and turns, as it often is, and time has been difficult to find for updates. For those that have been curious, we are now two years deep into NAET treatments for our son. We’ve had some financial struggles over the past year and a half, so treatments have not been as frequent as I’d like. However, we continue to experience vast benefits from each treatment, so we will continue along this path.
Today, my son is thriving. He’s mainstreaming in a general ed classroom full time and has an aid to help him. We are hopeful that his aid will successfully be phased out over the next year of school. Mr. W. has exceeded all academic expectations, made real friends, and gained improved social skills from his peers. It’s been a wonderful year and we’re very proud of all of his accomplishments.
W still struggles with gross motor coordination and fine motor strength. We will continue to work on this, we’re still trying to master riding a bicycle. However, the Big Wheel that his Gran just bought him is a really great start. It simplifies the process just enough that he can relax and simply have fun with it. Slowly, he’s building up the muscle memory that he will need to be better at riding his bicycle. He’s finally getting the hang of the concept that you have to steer and pedal simultaneously. (It’s those simultaneous gross motor tasks that become truly overwhelming.)
I’m grateful that we discovered NAET treatments and will continue to take my son to Dr. Chernoff for future care. With every step we take, we get to understand more underlying puzzles that conventional doctors could never resolve.
All my best,