How To Recognize The Early Signs Of Autism

The Path to Cure: The Whole Art of Healing

When my son, Jordan, was just a babe, I suffered from a lack of knowledge regarding his developmental milestones.  The problem was compounded with the fact that he was born almost two months premature and although I kept mentally correcting his biological age by two months, he wasn’t appearing to hit his milestones.  Also, being a first-time Mom, I had no clue what I was looking for as I’d never really been connected to many babbling babies or attuned to whether they made eye contact, or not.  I also had no clue, really, at what age these things are supposed to happen.  I knew my baby was special, but my veil of fear and grief kept me from seeing what was going on clearly.

Jordan also did something a little weird, he said the words, “that’s right” at about 7 months, clear as a bell … twice.  That was the first and last time I heard him speak for almost 2 years.  He crawled more at the one year mark, he poked his first teeth through the gum line at about 13 months and walked closer to 20 months.   The poor little mite screamed non-stop for the first six months of his life.  We called him “Le Miserable” and I have written my plight with my babe in greater detail in my book, The Path to Cure: The Whole Art of Healing. I’ve been told by other Moms of developmentally challenged babes that reading my book has helped them by knowing how hard it was for Jordan and I.  A homeopathic dose, if you will … like cures like!

Below is a great short video from that will help you to identify the early stages of development and discern the early signs of Autism.  If I had such a tool when I was home alone in the suburbs struggling with my babe that never seemed to leave babyhood, I would have had more knowledge to address our needs.  At the age of four, we began Heilkunst Treatment and Jordan thankfully launched forward in his development by going back and picking up the pieces lost due to vaccine damage, birth trauma and a Genetic Miasm load that spawned the autistic condition we were all suffering.  I’m pleased to say that Jordan will be 15 next month and he is a beautiful, kind, bright, emotionally intelligent sportsman and musician.  His sense of humor is amazing!

If you watch the short video below, please let us know what you think and if it is a help to you.


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