Ty is working his way through the FLIGHT™ Study baseline period

The FLIGHT™ Study [Facilitated Longitudinal Intensive Investigation of Genuine Health Transformation] builds upon our Documenting Hope CHIRP™ Study as a foundation for capturing clinical data over time to test the hypothesis that comprehensive personalized lifestyle interventions will result in symptom abatement, improved health and potentially full condition reversal.⁠

The FLIGHT™ Study follows individual participants through 18 months of lifestyle interventions personalized to their needs.⁠

The full study aims to eventually enroll up to 14 children with chronic health or developmental conditions. The study will be filmed, and the results shared with the public!⁠

All U.S. parents of children 1-15 years old are welcome to participate in our fully online CHIRP™ Study, but those wishing to participate in FLIGHT™ Study must meet certain criteria. See if your child is eligible here.

About Ty

Our first FLIGHT™ Study participant, Ty, and his family are making their way through the baseline assessment period. The baseline assessment period involves the administration of lots of tests including cognitive and developmental tests, as well as different kinds of lab tests. The baseline lab tests will look for any physiological imbalances in the body. These tests give the clinical team lots of information that will help them generate a personalized intervention plan.

As you may recall, Ty is 4 years old and has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Ty and his family have been amazing through the whole process so far!⁠

We’ll keep you updated on Ty’s progress as he moves through our Documenting Hope FLIGHT™ Study program, tailored specifically for him.

Stay tuned…We plan to launch our online Documenting Hope membership community, Healing Together, summer 2022! You’ll be able to get exclusive insights into FLIGHT™ and each of our participants as our study evolves. We can’t wait to share more with you!⁠

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