I can’t begin to thank you enough. I know he is still a work in progress, but because of your dedication and patience, Eli will be able to enjoy a perfectly normal childhood. Last summer we had an inflatable pool with just a few inches of water. My other boys were having a blast but Eli could only go in if someone was standing behind him, holding his shoulders to keep him from getting his face wet. He still had several choking episodes. He does everything a typical 2 year old does-and more! His tube doesn’t hold him back at all, except when it came to water. He is different–disabled–in that sense. I had to be a mother who held her child back. tell him “No, you can’t do that because your different!” That is not how I want to raise my children, but I had no choice because it simply wasn’t safe for him. The control and skills you have taught Eli in these few weeks have literally changed our lives. I can’t wait to see how far he will go! Thank you from the bottom of my heart.