ADHD

Ms Pauline Groch
Loganlea 4131
Australia

10 4 95

My Son Damien was fully vaccinated. He was an asthmatic and on a Nebuliser every night. He couldn’t concentrate on anything, as if he was in another world. He was un cooperative in the home and at school and he was immature for his age of six. He was very reluctant to try reading and mostly didn’t get anywhere. He didn’t respond well to any sort of discipline.

At the end of 1994 his grade 1 teacher suggested an assessment of Damien by an educational psychologist. The psychologist, after reading the teachers assessment and after a brief consultation, stated that Damien had the signs of ADD, and would probably be assessed again. He suggested Damien may need to take a drug to help him concentrate better and to control his behaviour. The school was considering keeping Damien down in grade 1 the following year to help him catch up. I was totally against this as I knew that he was really intelligent but it wasn’t surfacing. There was something stopping him.

A friend, whose son is in Damiens class, had observed his problems and she suggested that I talk to Gary Powell. I did so, a little bit reluctantly at first. Gary noticed Damiens facial signs indicating heavily stressed kidneys and adrenals. He put Damien on a special diet and the improvement was noticed immediately and is improving all the time. From day one of the special diet Damien hasn’t used the nebuliser, except for one day about three weeks into the diet.

Damien’s grade two teacher is very happy with his progress at school. She says he sits still and concentrates much better and he doesn’t get up and run around the classroom. The other children have commented on the general improvement in Damien.

I was proud of Damien when he received an award from the principal in front of the whole school. The award was for being responsible in all class activities. He’s made a complete turn around.

I’m glad now that I followed it through. Damien’s achieving now what I thought he was capable of.

Pauline Groch.

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Ms Pauline Groch

Loganlea 4131

Australia

10 4 95

My Son Damien was fully vaccinated. He was an asthmatic and on a Nebuliser every night. He couldn’t concentrate on anything, as if he was in another world. He was un cooperative in the home and at school and he was immature for his age of six. He was very reluctant to try reading and mostly didn’t get anywhere. He didn’t respond well to any sort of discipline.

At the end of 1994 his grade 1 teacher suggested an assessment of Damien by an educational psychologist. The psychologist, after reading the teachers assessment and after a brief consultation, stated that Damien had the signs of ADD, and would probably be assessed again. He suggested Damien may need to take a drug to help him concentrate better and to control his behaviour. The school was considering keeping Damien down in grade 1 the following year to help him catch up. I was totally against this as I knew that he was really intelligent but it wasn’t surfacing. There was something stopping him.

A friend, whose son is in Damiens class, had observed his problems and she suggested that I talk to Gary Powell. I did so, a little bit reluctantly at first. Gary noticed Damiens facial signs indicating heavily stressed kidneys and adrenals. He put Damien on a special diet and the improvement was noticed immediately and is improving all the time. From day one of the special diet Damien hasn’t used the nebuliser, except for one day about three weeks into the diet.

Damien’s grade two teacher is very happy with his progress at school. She says he sits still and concentrates much better and he doesn’t get up and run around the classroom. The other children have commented on the general improvement in Damien.

I was proud of Damien when he received an award from the principal in front of the whole school. The award was for being responsible in all class activities. He’s made a complete turn around.

I’m glad now that I followed it through. Damien’s achieving now what I thought he was capable of.

Pauline Groch.

ORIGINAL ON FILE