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Let’s Talk About Dyslexia!

Posted on: November 1st, 2017 by
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Did you know that each sound corresponds to a set of frequencies? Learning to read can often be difficult in children whose ears can't automatically perceive those frequencies. Subsequently, the brain will not be able to interpret those sounds. Teachers expect children to link up letters with sounds and then lump several together to yield syllables, then Continue reading the story "Let’s Talk About Dyslexia!"

The Kids Who Beat Autism! Yes, Recovery IS Possible… My Daughter, Ashley, is Living Proof!

Posted on: August 2nd, 2014 by
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Recently, the New York Times Magazine came out with a story that I have been telling parents about for the last decade. Recovery from Autism IS Possible. The piece, titled, "The Kids Who Beat Autism", dispels the age old myth that nothing can be done for these children, that there's no hope or no way out of autism. I am glad to see that Continue reading the story "The Kids Who Beat Autism! Yes, Recovery IS Possible… My Daughter, Ashley, is Living Proof!"

Lollipop Listening Therapy Testimonial Says It All…

Posted on: May 22nd, 2014 by
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There is NOTHING like this listening program in the marketplace. Learn from a mom who recovered her daughter from autism and now has developed her own listening therapy to jump-start your child. Watch our PROMO video about Lollipop Listening Therapy on YouTube here at:  

Learn the Signs and Symptoms of Autism – Autism Awareness is EVERY month!

Posted on: May 14th, 2014 by
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Facts about Autism

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Sesame Street To Help Make Public Aware About Autism!

Posted on: April 10th, 2014 by
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The world's most famous yellow bird who teaches children on a level they can understand will now be reaching out to create Continue reading the story "Sesame Street To Help Make Public Aware About Autism!"


Posted on: April 6th, 2014 by
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Purchase Lollipop Listening Therapy during Autism Awareness month and your child will grace a page in our 2015 calendar!   Learn more about our therapeutic listening program at  or call us at 571-435-3518 Eastern time for more information. Your Child has NEVER had a Lollipop like THIS before!

Treating Autism with the Mother’s Voice – Womb for Improvement!

Posted on: October 30th, 2013 by
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Dr. Alfred Tomatis Explained it like this....

A great number of children experience a birth that results in complications. From trauma during delivery to being separated from the mother either briefly to be placed in an incubator, or separated permanently as in the case of adoption,  or even a premature birth, there is a Continue reading the story "Treating Autism with the Mother’s Voice – Womb for Improvement!"

Attention Deficit Disorder? Your Child Isn’t LISTENING?

Posted on: October 23rd, 2013 by
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Attention Deficit is a LISTENING Problem.

Treat it as such!

Doctors mask ADD/ADHD  with drugs and parents willingly comply doing what they are told to battle their child's inattention and give them so called "relief". Drugs, drugs, drugs...The billion dollar industry could be holding your child with attention issues hostage...or worse! But attention and hyperactivity issues are a deeper Continue reading the story "Attention Deficit Disorder? Your Child Isn’t LISTENING?"

Is Autism Linked to Inducing Labor with Pitocin?

Posted on: October 13th, 2013 by
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The question being asked by researchers today:

Does inducing a women with Pitocin during labor result in Autism? 

There is a startling coincidence in the massive increase in Pitocin use, coupled with the massive increase in Autism diagnoses. It's just quite possible of the linkage according to a recent study. In Continue reading the story "Is Autism Linked to Inducing Labor with Pitocin?"

Is Hyperactivity caused by an Inner-Ear Disorder?

Posted on: September 10th, 2013 by
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The brain has always been considered the source of abnormalities in behavior. But recently, a new study out of Albert Einstein College of Medicine suggests that dysfunction of the inner ear can directly and significantly cause neurological changes that lead to increased hyperactivity. For some time now, researchers have seen that children with inner-ear disorders, which Continue reading the story "Is Hyperactivity caused by an Inner-Ear Disorder?"