The SAVE Program
Message From Dr. Mary Ann Block
The SAVE Program is an accelerated sensory integration program that takes only one week to complete. SAVE stands for Sensori-motor Auditory Visual Education. It stimulates all three senses simultaneously, which creates these rapid results. The program is a comprehensive and effective approach to retraining the sensory system in a short period of time and at less cost. The SAVE Program is the only program available that is effective in only one week of use.
The SAVE Program
The Save Program Helps Improve:
In Only One Week!
These programs vary from state to state and from therapist to therapist.
The numbers below are average costs found online.
|Patient Cost for The SAVE Program comparison with other programs|
|SAVE PROGRAM||$2500||5 Days|
|Sensory Integration||Price Varies||Months/Years|
|Linda Mood Bell||$3000/mo||Months|
|Applied Behavioral Analysis||$2000/mo||Months/Years|
Did You Know?
16-year old who spoke gibberish his entire life began speaking complete sentences within days of starting program.
Boy with Asperger’s syndrome, had improved eye contact, fewer highs and lows, and developed a sense of humor.
4-year-old who had never spoken said, “Bye-bye,” to his parents within one week of starting program. They were thrilled.
Parent Report: “My son wasn't learning anything and now he’s making A's and B's.”
Girl on the Autism Spectrum is calmer and can communicate.
The Two Pauls and The SAVE Program, One with Autism and the Other with Alzheimer’s
Save Program – The Block Center
12-year-old can listen and concentrate now, and you only have to tell him once to do something. Reading improved too.
12-year-old boy who couldn’t read more than a few lines at a time, and didn't understand what he read. Now he can quickly read pages with good comprehension.
4-year-old on the Autistic Spectrum spoke for the first time. He is making good eye contact and he seems to be “with it” now.
Parent’s report, “My daughter could not follow more than one instruction at a time. Now she can correctly follow several. Parent’s report, “My daughter could not follow more than one instruction at a time. Now she can correctly follow several.