Genna M. brought her daughter, Lilah, for stem cell treatment for autism at Stem Cell Institute when Lilah was 5. Previously, Lilah had significant behavioral issues that she was dealing with at school, social engagement was really difficult for her, and daily life was a struggle for their family.
They tried behavioral analysis and other types of therapies first, but they eventually found stem cells to give Lilah the best opportunity for success.
After her first treatment at Stem Cell Institute, Lilah’s family noticed significant gains. Around the three week mark, she started saying words and expressing herself verbally. She became more present, aware of her surroundings, and wanted to try new things. Most importantly, her tantrums and sensory processing improved, so Lilah is now able to better connect with her family.
Are you or a loved one in the same boat as Lilah’s family was?