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Gio, the boy who could not walk, now rides his bike to school

Gio, the boy who could not walk, now rides his bike to school

Gio, the boy who could not walk now rides to school by bike! Gio was born with Wolf Hirschorn syndrome. Israeli experts  have managed to bring out the child’s potential Read the article at the Milano.corriere (in Italian)

My career change – Interview at “Handelszeitung”

My career change – Interview at “Handelszeitung”

Francesca Seegy – a Pharmacist and mother of two children, discovered the First-Step Method. Her experiences were so convincing that she decided to do a career change and become a First Step instructor and established the First-Step Center in Kilchberg (Zurich, Switzerland) where she offers workshops and private sessions for babies development.  Read (in German) […]

Yann was born with “Emanuel”syndrome – “aktuell magazine” Switzerland

Yann was born with “Emanuel”syndrome – “aktuell magazine” Switzerland

When Shai Silberbusch met Yann and his family for the first time at the age of 4.5 for assessment, it was difficult to make eye contact with him. Yann progressed as he sits on the bottom and rotates on its axis while moving his head of “no”. with the support of AEMO – the parents traveled to […]

Francesca Seegy – First-Step instructor – article at “Swissmom.ch”

Francesca Seegy – First-Step instructor – article at “Swissmom.ch”

Francesca Seegy, pharmacist and a mother of two boys, found out the First-Step method in 2009 and successfully used it with her own children. Her experiences with this method were so convincing that she decided to become a First Step instructor and successfully completed the professional training course. Now Francesca offers Workshops in German, English or Italian in Kilchberg (ZH). […]

The story of Loana Marti – article at “Toppharm” magazine

The story of Loana Marti – article at “Toppharm” magazine

Luana is a 3 years old child from Switzerland who suffers from a rare disease. In the TopPharm magazine, which distributed to pharmacies in Switzerland in 500,000 copies, the family is sharing her experience using the First-Step Therapy . Thanks to the support of the KMSK association for children with rare diseases, the family arrived to […]

Pleasantly cradled – This Life Magazine

Pleasantly cradled – This Life Magazine

This Life Magazine – The Lifestyle Magazine for People with Children If there’s something shared by all parents, across the world, it’s their desire for the newborn baby to develop correctly, to comply with the achievement tables and expectations, to roll over on time, to crawl in the right way, and to stand up at […]

Wolf Hirschhorn Syndrom: ein Tag im Leben von Benedikt

Wolf Hirschhorn Syndrom: ein Tag im Leben von Benedikt

The story of Benedikt at the familienleben.ch web site (the article is in German) Symptome des Wolf Hirschhorn Syndroms lindern mit der First Step Therapie Auf ihm hat er das Sitzen gelernt. Neben Physiotherapie, heilpädagogischer Früherziehung und Logopädie, die von der Invalidenversicherung übernommen werden, finanzieren ihm die Eltern die First Step Therapie. Sie wurde von […]

Karli was born with complex cerebral dysplasia / malformation

Karli was born with complex cerebral dysplasia / malformation

Karli from Switzerland was born with complex cerebral dysplasia / malformation. When he was 6 months the family started a therapeutic process with First Step method. Read the article about Karli and his family   http://www.kmsk.ch/Seltene-Krankheiten/Schicksale/2014/Karli.php

Benedict from Switzerland was born with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome

Benedict from Switzerland was born with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome

Benedict from Switzerland was born with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome. When Benedict was 2 years old the family has started a process with First Step therapy. Read the article (in German) with the story of Benedikt..     http://www.kmsk.ch/Seltene-Krankheiten/Schicksale/2014/Benedikt.php

How does a First Step diagnosis differ from other diagnostic methods?

How does a First Step diagnosis differ from other diagnostic methods?

We’re often asked about the differences between the First Step diagnostic method and other diagnoses – particularly physical therapy. Do bear in mind that parents need to choose the method that’s most appropriate for them. Also, the differences noted here do not rule out other diagnostic methods, and are intended to highlight First Step’s specific, […]