Yesterday, 93 kids recovered using Chlorine Dioxide. Today, my daughter Amor, is number 94!
Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist (ATEC) is to measure effectivity of interventions used for autism. ATEC scores of 10 and below indicate that the child is within neurotypical range. Above 10, the child is in the autism spectrum. The higher the number the more severe the autism.
We have been checking our twins ATEC scores since we started our biomedical intervention: Chlorine Dioxide (CD).
Amor’s score went from 21 (before CD), to 14 in three months. That was when we felt that symptoms of dyslexia disappeared and she became more interested in phonics and reading. Now, after another three months it’s 9! Recovered!
Her scores has put a measurement on what I have been feeling in the recent months: I can finally envision Amor actually catching up in a regular school with no aid.
When Amor started schooling 3 years ago, we were giving time for her to catch up but it seemed the longer we waited, the larger the gap became. And the more impossible it felt for her to catch up. However, in the past few months, Amor has been “peeling off” her sensory issues, showing us her sweet side that used to be covered by irritability (overstimulated hearing and touch senses), she is becoming more focused, she shows she grasps our conversations, she lost symptoms of dyslexia, her body movements are more fluid instead of jerky…the list goes on.
Now I say, anything is achievable! Amor can become anything she sets her mind on becoming!