Joseph, Young Adult, Severely Obsessive, Autistic Spectrum

Joseph*, High School, Severely Obsessive, Non-Verbal Learning Disability, Autistic Spectrum

Earlier in his academic career, there were no problems. When middle school started, the parents began to notice a decline academically. Neurotherapy helped to insure that some major thoroughfares were connected. He is no longer obsessive, no longer needs the supplements (Inositol).

At the end of treatment, Joseph is much happier, running on the track team, has friends (girl and boy), and does his home work without being told. He got all A’s and B’s except in English. He expresses great interest in Italian. He has a great sense of humor and is a loving and endearing person.

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*Names have been changed to protect patient privacy.

 

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