• flaask

is trying to speak now

Date of Birth: October 17, 2015

Date of Treatment: May 18, 2018

Diagnosis before Treatment: Early Childhood Autism

Infections: rubella IgG, IgG cytomegalovirus; IgG to early antigens of Epstein-Barr virus; IgG to the capsid antigens of the Epstein-Barr virus.

Symptoms at the beginning of treatment:

From the perspective of speech: Did not speak. Did not imitate sounds or words

Communication: Child was completely suspended, does not make contact. There were no emotional response. No understanding of speech.

Repetitive Behavior: causeless laughter, waving of hands, walking on tiptoes.

Other: Hyperactivity, gastrointestinal disorders. Sleep disturbance.

Status as of September 29, 2018

Speech: Slightly better understanding of speech.

Communication: Eye contact has improved

Repetitive Behavior: On the same level

Other: An interest towards drawings appeared , hyperactivity persisted, no change in sleep

Status as of November 16, 2018

Speech: Improved understanding of speech (began to understand the prohibitions of parents)

Communication: no changes

Repetitive Behavior: has started to reduce

Other: Interest in drawing

Status as of January 26, 2019

Speech: Started saying “mama”

Communication: no changes

Repetitive Behavior: no changes

Other: decrease in hyperactivity

Status as of April 12, 2019

Speech: no changes

Communication: Increase in eye contact. Look has become more conscious. Makes attempts to communicate with children.

Repetitive Behavior: no changes

Other: decrease in irritability and hyperactivity

Status as of May 30, 2019

Speech: there are attempts to speak

Communication: appeared emotions, imitation. Eye contact is continuous

Repetitive Behavior: no changes

Status as of June 26, 2019

Speech: new sounds appeared. Clearly says “mama”

Communication: a sense of empathy appeared

Repetitive Behavior: stereotypes continue

Status as of August 5, 2019

Speech: speech is absent but she began to use gestures to show that she wants to use the restroom.

Communication: has begun to pay attention to other children

Repetitive Behavior: on the same level

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