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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.

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Dreamweavers Westchester
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Mamaroneck New York  10543
Director: Rabbi Shlomo Kolt

Volunteers
  • Len Anthony Smith
    Executive Director
  • Karalee Harrigan
    Program Drector
  • Regina Santo
    Programs Manager
  • Bob Delgado
    Program Coordinator
Advisors
  • 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

Hemispheric specific therapy is a primary key to success.

Motor activity, sensory stimulation, and cognitive functions directed toward the under-functioning hemisphere are the most important consideration in treatment. Achieving temporal coherence or a balance of activity between the two hemispheres is critical for allowing cognitive and bilateral motor binding to occur, which would reduce hemispheric neglect. As the hemispheres achieve normal coherence and synchronization, motor and cognitive performance will improve. Among the first to suggest this protocol was Dr. Robert Melillo, as born out by the body of research cited by Dr. Melillo in his work neurobehavioral 'Disorders of Childhood'. Energetic therapies and a balancing of nutrients throughout the body provides the best end result. By normalizing the level of electrical activity in the entire body, through proper evaluations and by adding the necessary energetic therapies and nutrients, coupled with effective detoxing and nutritional therapies new cell growth in the brain will be facilitated.

"As a child Albert Einstein had ADD, ADHD and/or dyslexia. He did very poorly in elementary school, high school, and college. Albert Einstein’s brain was examined after he died, one researcher did find that he did have more connections between his brain cells. These connections obviously grew later in his life, a product of specific physical and mental exercises that he had done on a repetitive basis that caused the growth of the increased connections of his brain."

- About Albert Einstein

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