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Super proud of Harvey today as he and his sister was taken out by their Nanna and Grandad to Felixstowe they went to our favourite cafe where they can see the big ships being loaded and unloaded. Harvey was so good in the cafe. And then they went up the town and had a go on the Penny slots and Harvey was getting more jackpots than his sister. This is the first time Harvey has been out without me since being on the X39 with his Nanna and Grandad and they were very impressed with his behaviour and how well he ate all his lunch and enjoyed his hot chocolate and chocolate cake for afters. Harvey Is now able to enjoy life that bit more. As he is able to coupe with different situations much better without having a sensory overload. 鉂わ笍鉂わ笍

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This summer has been full of its challenges.
We had another challenge coming as his new shoes for school arrived this morning and Kyle doesn't like any new clothes or shoes.

We had a tough few hours trying to get him to try them on and play outside to test them out. He really didn't want to put them on and he was getting very frustrated.
Finally, we managed to get them on his feet and he kept them on for a little bit but wanted them off.
Now he just came to me to ask me to put them back on him to go outside again.

Success! Yay, he has accepted his new shoes.

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As you know we started using stem cell activation patches on Harvey just over 2 months ago and the results so far have been very encouraging.
1 Better sleep
2. Better attention span
3. Hand eye coordination greatly improved
4. Blocked ears with wax gone now clear
5. No nose bleeds for around a month which this time of year is often a daily occurring event.
6 Improvement in communication
7 learning speed has increased as his school has noticed improvement in his number recognition and other things.
8 Harvey has always been happy but now he has a very happy glow.
9. Harvey鈥檚 skin has gotten much better as well it鈥檚 much softer and smoother to the touch.
10. If he breaks his skin by falling over at school it heals up much faster as well
The patches work via using your own body鈥檚 heat to bounce your natural light back into you to promote your stem cells into action and to produce new stem cells.
There is no harmful drugs or chemicals in the patches just natural ingredients which make them safe to use by anyone.
We patch Harvey for 12hrs over night so that he doesn鈥檛 have it on at school as at the moment it would end in no end of questions.
With the help of the patches Harvey鈥檚 own body is healing it鈥檚 self from the inside it鈥檚 strange how it works but it is.
The patches are not a quick fix but they are most definitely making a difference to Harvey for the better. And long May things continue to improve.

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We have had another massive milestone achieved this week.
So emotional 馃グ

It鈥檚 always a challenge trying to cut Kyles hair. He is scared of the clippers and we can鈥檛 take him to the hairdresser as he soon realises and want to leave.
So since he was young I鈥檝e been cutting his hair with hair clippers while Jay holds him tight. This is easy as he is only 7 but the size of a 14 year old and very strong.

This week he wanted to sit on a chair by himself. He knew what we was doing. Jay held his hands and kept wiping the hair from his face while he let me cut all of his hair with needing to hold him once 馃コ馃コ
This is a massive achievement for him and we are so proud of him for being so calm through the whole process. 馃グ馃グ馃グ

Every little step is a massive step for us 馃槂馃槂馃コ馃コ馃グ馃グ馃槏馃槏

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Harvey has now been on stem cell activation patches for 10 days. There has been some small improvements already. We have had less meltdowns especially when we went to the Garden Centre and he wanted to go to see the fish and he accepted no and was happy to walk away from that area. Even when we went to the beach it was the first time without a meltdown when he was asked to get changed as were packing up to leave. This is still early stages but looking very positive at the moment.


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