The Canary Kids Project is an innovative not-for-profit project that aims to test and document a results-oriented model of healthcare that takes an integrative look upstream at the causes of chronic illness, rather than downstream at the symptoms. There is a great deal of anecdotal evidence indicating that individuals with chronic conditions, even autism, can fully recover. The Canary Kids Project seeks to test and explore, through proper and rigorous scientific methodology, the underpinnings of these anecdotal successes.
In 2014, CKP aims to enroll and support fourteen children (in five locations throughout the US) through a healing and recovery journey. The range of chronic illnesses will include autism, ADHD, asthma, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, mood disorders, obesity/type II diabetes, and atopic disease/eczema. Up to seven of these children will be featured in an eye-opening and groundbreaking feature-length documentary film, Canary Kids, that will spread the much-needed message of hope: Recovery Is Possible.