Elan by his mother
My son Elan was labeled Autistic in 2007 since then I have been looking for ways to help him.
TST makes total sense
In July we went to see Linda Scotson. What she explained made total sense to us, so we started our training in The Scotson Technique (TST). What I like about this therapy is that I produce the changes with my own hands and it is my responsibility. I do the therapy with Elan 6 days per week and it pays off! It also created a bond between Elan and I: it is our time together, something I do for him and he enjoys. It works very well.
Before TST his understanding was poor
Before we started TST Elan’s ability to communicate with us, understand speech and respond to his surroundings were all poor. He did not behave in a socially acceptable way and found it very difficult to play with other children or even by himself. He couldn’t concentrate on anything or listen to stories.
After TST he become a happier boy
So many things have changed since we have started. Within the first 3 months of doing TST, Elan started to wake up in the mornings as a happy boy – not grumpy and easily upset as he used to be!
Communication improved dramatically
In November we started doing the second part of the Scotson Therapy and more changes have occurred since. Elan’s communication level has improved dramatically, many people comment on it. He is so much more affectionate than he used to be. Physically Elan is also changing, his posture and balance are much better. Moreover, his skin colour has also improved.
Great result in 6 months
Along with the right diet and the right nutritional supplements, TST is really helping Elan. There is still a long way to go but we have great results in less than 6 months, and we are now looking forward more to the future as a family.