We are achieving excellent treatment results through interdisciplinary approaches combining three: oriental immunotherapy, auditory-based sensory integration, and social relationship-based developmental play intervention. There are many differences in the success rate of eye contact and treatment period depending on age group, so it is challenging to make statistics on a lump sum. However, for convenience, we will present as below:
- Under 7 years old – 90% of meaningful eye contact formation within three months – Most of them succeed in eye contact within three months
- Age 7 and older -10-20% of meaningful eye contact formation within three months – Successful in some children with late development
The average time to improve eye contact also varies by age group, as below:
- Two2 years old – 1 month
- Three3 years old – 45 days
- Four4 years – 2 months
- Ages 5-7 years – 2 to 3 months results
If the first eye contact is made naturally and stably, the second eye contact accompanied by a social smile must be reached within three months to have real meaning.
Except for some children who discontinued treatment, the rate of formation of second eye contact within three months after the first eye contact was successful was 95%
In 90% of children under the age of 7, the second eye contact occurs within three months after the first eye contact.
If this is converted into overall statistics, about 80% of children will enter the second eye contact.
In the case of secondary eye contact within six months, it is estimated that it can be assessed as a complete cure of autism under the premise of continuing treatment.
A brief overview of the time to reach the second eye contact is as follows.
- Children under three years of age – an average of three months
- Children under five years old – 4 months on average
- Children before seven years of age – an average of 6 months – an average of 6 months