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Very significant changes in just 1 year on a neurodevelopment program

One of the tests used to measure the child’s overall developmental progress is the test “Draw A Person.” It is a quantitative scoring system for human figure drawing, intended for use as a nonverbal measure of ability. It yields information on how the child perceives himself in space, and with appropriate norms how it compares with drawings of children of the same age.

*Note: this child did not practice drawing himself. *Note: this child did not practice drawing himself.

The first drawing on the left was done when this boy was 7-1/2 years old, before starting a neurodevelopmental program. The standardized norms show that his representation of himself was equivalent to a 4-1/2 year old, the first percentile, in the very below average rank. In other words, there were 99.9% children his age with a better self-image.

The second drawing on the right was done after working with his mother for 1-1/2 years (he was then 9 years old) with a neurodevelopmental program. The norms place him at an equivalent to almost 12 years old, in the 98th percentile rank, a very superior rank. In other words, there were only 2 out of 100 children of his age (8 years and 11 months) with a better self-image.

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