Can you vision recovery? From where I stand today, I can. Three years ago with a diagnosis of autism, it felt like I was standing on the edge of a cliff and the only way out was to jump. Take the leap to unknown. I promised to myself I would ‘try’ to be the best mother to this child that God has blessed me with. I kept pushing to find the missing pieces of the puzzle but not in any specific order. First one was aba, second speech, third ot, then I kept finding more pieces! Play therapy, food therapy, physical therapy combined with neurodevelopmental therapy, movement therapy. GF, SF, low sugar, no dye, no color, omitting most excitoxins. Am I scaring you? Let’s not forget homeopathy, customized vitamin therapy/neutrigenomics, extracurricular activities, and sensory diets, all the screams, tantrums, going out to eat?! Are you kidding me? I still get a chill when I think about those days. An immediate panic attack. Oh no..It’s going to happen any minute, but it is so limited now. It’s been little over two months that we started QEEG guided neurofeedback therapy. Besides during detox time, when I feel I’m not going to see the end of the tunnel, I see the light again. I get kisses, thank you, I love you so much mom, I like your purse, I like your pink shirt, be careful momma or you will fall. These are all the words coming from my broken-winged angel. Neurofeedback (lens therapy) is a big piece of the puzzle which is helping us to complete the bigger picture. Is it the last piece? I don’t think so but I’ll continue to look. I hope my words will give you the strength to believe that you can find ways to help recover your child. I’m not there yet, but we’ll get there and I know it will take time, but it is okay.