Here’s another very satisfied parent who is using Lollipop Listening Therapy on their 32 month old son. He is diagnosed with autism.
Hi Sharon, I would like to share some feedback with you.
We are in the midst of preparing for a move to Thailand so things have been extremely hectic around here, but we have faithfully followed the program without fail. I know I should be sending in the feedback forms, it’s just that my son has been improving so quickly that I do not know where to start grading the improvements.
3 days ago, his teachers in pre-school actually cornered my wife and told her that our son has begun joining in the sing-along sessions as well as verbal participation in class lessons. He can now respond accurately to simple instructions and comprehends most of our conversation with him. His eye contact has improved to a level where he shines emotions out of them, and his tip toeing has decreased significantly. He is also very keen to share anything that he finds interesting, and pointing them out to us now on a regular basis. For those familiar with autism, I believe this is a key area of improvement that they will look for.
We are very excited to see his progress and can’t wait for him to complete his first 16 week cycle. Please accept our heartiest gratitude for creating this program and sharing it with the world, I use the word “share” because you can’t really put a price on something this remarkable. Thank you.
PS: Quick note to share on the headphones, in case anyone brings this up in the future. He absolutely hated to have anything on his head, but by the 2nd session (Week 1) he doesn’t notice it anymore, and he started asking for “music” towards the end of Week 2, now he is the one demanding for his “music” every evening, so the Gregorian Chants came in handy for the weekends.
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