View case history of autism recovery

A Library of informative writings and articles drawn from a variety of sources including the work of
Dr. Robert Melillo,
Dr. Jeffrey Thompson,
Dr. Stephen Krashen,
US Department of Education, CDC,
Dr. 'Z', et al.

DreamWeaver House Foundation
5 Nassau Street
Islip Terrace, New York 11752

Office: 917-576-0585

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Dreamweavers Westchester
4 Country Road
Mamaroneck New York  10543
Director: Rabbi Shlomo Kolt

  • Len Anthony Smith
    Executive Director
  • Karalee Harrigan
    Program Drector
  • Regina Santo
    Programs Manager
  • Bob Delgado
    Program Coordinator
  • Dr. James Carlson
    Do. Biochemist Medical Director
  • Dr. George Chen
    Pediatric Acupreassure
  • Dr. Rick Hunt Phd
    Pathogenic Researcher

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Why The Dreamweaver Protocol Works

Using dynamic entertaining material which grabs the attention.

By retraining the brain to process words, images, light, color, sound, music, imagination and physical movement in a dynamic and entertaining manner, the areas of the brain responsible for learning and behavior begins to rebalance themselves towards symmetry in both right and left hemispheres. This results in the child being encouraged to read more, read better, with more fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. Meanwhile, this also causes the child to become calmer, less hyperactive, more focused, and better physically coordinated..


" is utterly revolutionary how this program addresses a critical aspect of your child's educational developement, the growth and developement of memory skills, so essential for word recognition, spelling and comprehension."

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