Every parent of a non verbal child with autism wonders if their child will ever talk. As their child gets older, one question becomes more concerning, “is it too late for my child to speak?”
Meet Karen Franklin. A dedicated mom who knew to never give up and always keep trying to help improve her autistic son’s quality of life. At age 27, Karen’s son Darius was still non verbal. Then Karen found the Naturally Recovering Autism membership and began implementing the steps with Darius. Less than five months later he was talking. Better yet, Darius began reading stories with her and is now finishing them before mom. Karen says, “it’s music to my ears”.
Please listen to this heartwarming interview with another autism mom who has found success, even at age 27. It’s never too late!
Are you Interested in knowing how Karen Franklin helped her son, and how it could help you and your child with autism?
Please listen to additional episodes of moms sharing their successes:
How Diana Turned Her Son’s Autism Diagnosis Around [Podcast Episode 94]
Moms Sharing Autism Recovery Success Stories From the Naturally Recovering Autism Membership [Podcast 111]
Parent Success Stories For Inspiration-How They Improved Their Child’s Symptoms Of Autism [Podcast Episode 95]
Read more successes parents have achieved with their children here.
What Does Autism Recovery Really Mean? [Podcast Episode 110]
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