Ben goes from strength to strength!
Karen first brought Ben to see me because of her various concerns with the difficulties he faced – problems with maths, poor sequencing skills, balance issues, poor physical stamina and low self esteem – sport generally was very challenging, poor short term memory etc.
She recently e-mailed me 6 months after Ben had been signed off his RRS programme. This is what she wrote:
I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you again for all you have done for Ben. I must admit that I was sceptical at first, but kept an open mind and can honestly say that I have been nothing short of delighted by the results! I watched Ben win a race in a B eight at a regatta in Tewkesbury the other day and felt quite choked seeing him pulling his weight and working as part of a team. The co-ordination and timing required for that would have been totally beyond him a year ago! At 6′ 1″ (as he is now!) and with his broad frame he is certainly built to be a rower! He may well never make the A squad or the first XV in rugby, but it is just so great to see him having a go and enjoying himself.
Academically, it would seem that his results just go from strength to strength and he appears to have turned into a ‘straight A’ student! He did exceptionally well in his end of year examinations (with an average of over 70 pc) and as a result will be in many top set classes next year as he starts his GCSE course. I certainly would not hesitate to recommend your treatment to anybody with similar problems to Ben. I hope you have a good summer.
Karen T____, July 2010
Do you remember Jake?
We came to you about 6 or 7 years ago now and Jake’s treatment was really successful. He was ‘labelled’ with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Well he is now in Year 11 at school and is a senior prefect in all the top sets and he is set to achieve approx 10 GCSE’s at A* – C level and wants to continue in further study at our local 6 form college. He is in with the ‘geeky’ but trendy lot at school and has many friends including a girlfriend called A____. ( nothing serious mum) It is a pleasure to see him so happy and this, to me and his dad, started when he had his treatment with you.
Glad to see you are still going strong and others benefitting from this wonderful method.
Kindest regards and our best wishes to you,