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In order to ascertain the benefit of the biomedical intervention proposed at ATPlus, we designed an evaluation questionnaire covering a range of possible positive and negative outcomes and characterising the intervention conducted.

A total of 100 families responded to the evaluation questionnaire. Ninety two percent (92%) had followed a biomedical intervention. 33% of these had also followed an ABA programme, and 15% of them a Son-Rise home programme.

Of the families undergoing a biomedical intervention, 90% followed a gluten-free casein-free diet and 58% received methyl-cobalamin (MB12).

The outcome of the intervention was reported for 41% of the families as very good, for 34% as being of moderate benefit, for 11% as being of mixed benefit, and for 14% as having unclear or not benefit (Figure 1). Overall 75% of the families reported a moderate or very good outcome.

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Figure 1: Overall benefit of the Biomedical Intervention.

The families who reported a very good overall outcome indicated improvement in all scored areas. The highest were improvements in gut health (68% of the families reported good improvement), and in understanding of language (68% of the families reported good improvement). Whilst all areas were rated as showing good level of improvements for more at least 50% of the families, including socialisation, behaviour and the immune system.