Signed Copy of “Awakening Ashley” Book -COLLECTOR'S EDITION!

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Signed by Ashley herself! She's now a teen-ager! Enjoy reading about Ashley's journey to recovery at 4 years old in this book she has personally signed to you.Buy a signed copy NOW and receive $25 off in Mozart Bucks good toward your purchase of any Lollipop Listening Therapy. Your Mozart Bucks will be sent to you with your book with a redemption code to use when you purchase Lollipop.

Signed Copy of “Awakening Ashley” Book -COLLECTOR'S EDITION!

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Recovery from autism IS possible. All one little girl needed was help from a musical genius – Mozart! At 18-months, Ashley still didn't talk. When she wouldn’t turn around when her name was called, her hearing came into question. She fixated on small pieces of dirt and only ate a diet of crunchy foods. She wrapped herself up in a thick fog—impenetrable to everyone, except for Barney the Dinosaur. She worked puzzles like a kindergartner and was computer savvy before she was 2 years old. Late-night searches on the Internet hinted at a reason. A neurodevelopmental specialist confirmed it. AUTISM—a communication and social interaction disorder—a diagnosis that shook the foundation of a family and shattered a mother’s world. Ashley could hear. But she couldn’t listen. A therapy to retrain her ears to perceive sound better took her back to the time in the womb—where listening begins. With the help of Mozart, Ashley was awakened! Her brain’s desire to communicate was kindled, fostering a connection with her body, her family, and the world around her. Ashley had recovered! But how could Sharon Ruben, a clinical researcher in her own right, convince the skeptics without clinical trial data to prove its effectiveness? She didn’t need data. She had Ashley— all the proof she needed!

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