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Kinkajou Kinkajou: Predictions from the Paill Spectrum Model on the Age of Onset of the Developmental Behavioural Disorders

Erasmus Erasmus :“Developmental Delays” in Dr. Xxxxx’s Paill Spectrum model, may occur up to puberty.  (I.e. Throughout the entire period of a child’s learning development).  The symptoms that are present in each individual patient, reflect the age when the disease begins or is most active, as well as reflecting the extent and distribution of the disease infective process. The current "medical" opinion is that there is no known cause for Aspergers or for developmental delay.

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: The most common medical diagnosis made by most doctors is that there appears to be nothing physically wrong with the child.
Yet, there is still something observed to be happening .
(See  our site)

Paill SpectrumPaill Spectrum is the disease causing many mental or psychiatric conditions.


Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: The Paill Spectrum model makes a different prediction to the standard medical model.

At any age there may be moodiness, irritability and impulsiveness.
Emotional problems develop when the Paill Spectrum disorder develops in very young children: well before school age.

Dyslexia develops when the Paill Spectrum disorder develops in young roughly school age children.
Psychoses tend to occur in the older, (roughly high school age) children.

In the Paill Spectrum model, these are all symptoms of the same condition, that just looks different at the different ages, due to the different developmental activities that typically occur in children at different ages.








Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: Markers of Response to Treatment of the Developmental Behavioural Disorders in the Paill Spectrum Model

The Paill Spectrum disease model (as pioneered by Dr. Xxxxx), suggests that many developmental problems including Aspergers Syndrome, The Autistic Spectrum Disorders and Developmental Disorders - are caused by infection with the Paill Spectrum disease.  The presence of the disease can be detected by specific blood tests, responds to specific antibiotics, (documentable by an immune response to those same antibiotics) and is associated with other characteristic symptoms unique to the Paill Spectrum disease.  These other symptoms will also improve subtly and slowly but definitely with Paill Spectrum treatment.

It is critical to treat people with effective therapy.  Treated children resume their normal growth in abilities and skills. They do not stabilize or "flat spot" their developmental progress. They do not drift vaguely slowly better with time. Existing injury may not be able to be fully reversed. You cannot repair existing brain damage. You can grow out of it though.

Children can grow out of their problems if educated correctly though. Most teachers and educational professionals are very familiar with remedial education for children with learning difficulties. The difficulty is knowing which specific deficits the child may have, so that appropriate specific education can be given to the child, appropriate to the child's needs. :-]] 


Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: Education is useful. But to kill the organism causing the progressive brain damage would probably be better.

Understanding the disease means that the progress of the disease can be altered. A child can regain their future and parents can regain their hope. Knowing what to do and why always matters.


Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: The Autism Spectrum disorders and related Developmental disorders includes:
Asperger’s’ Syndrome or Aspergers Disorder:
Pervasive Developmental Disorder,
Childhood Disintegrative disorder,
Developmental delay,
Speech delayed or delayed speech development,
Speech, and Language disorders, Children with poor language skills,
Autism, Autistic,
Developmental Disorders,
Reading Difficulties,
Problems with Mathematics,
Learning Disorder,
These are perhaps best considered as "second wave" Paill Spectrum disorders,

DSM V DSM-4 DSM-5 are the official manuals to define the criteria for the diagnosis of mental or psychiatric conditions. It is the official statement of the American Psychiatric Association.


This family of medical conditions includes Autism, Aspergers, developmental delay, speech and language delays, poor reading skills, reading difficulties, cannot read, cannot spell, cannot do maths, learning difficulties, being  retarded, and social behaviour problems of children at school and in the playground.

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: The Paill Spectrum model also predicts that often other symptoms or conditions would be present. These include: dyslexia, ADD or ADHD, mood problems, anger and irritability, memory problems, poor memory, growing pains, balance problems, clumsiness and other symptoms. (e.g.  Abdominal pain in children, is often a good reliable symptom).



Erasmus Erasmus : The role of a new model of illness, called Paill Spectrum in the causation of many diseases, symptoms and conditions with no currently known cause is discussed. We also look at the value and importance of nutritional treatment, the right supplements and diet in controlling this illness. They can indeed be surprisingly effective.



Kinkajou Kinkajou: So what symptoms may be found in patients with Autistic Spectrum illnesses, that are currently not known to be present?

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx:
Dyslexia like symptoms. 
Dyslexia is usually regarded as affecting spelling.  However, the speech symbol processing problem causes - inversions, mirrors & and flips - that are far more obvious when number recall is tested. 

I (Dr. Xxxxx) typically would request that children write down short number sequences akin to phone numbers to test children. This symptom develops with older children (over 4 years old).  Earlier affected children show severe broad-spectrum delays in growth and development often in many areas: including fine-motor, gross motor, speech and language, social performance areas.

Kinkajou Kinkajou: So what other symptoms may be found in patients with Autistic Spectrum illnesses, that are currently not known to be present?

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: Poor memory: failing ability to recall phone numbers.

Kinkajou Kinkajou: So what other symptoms may be found in patients with Autistic Spectrum illnesses, that are currently not known to be present?

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: Mood volatility: rapid escalations or changes in mood state with the affected people often being easily distracted :-{
Capacity to show “rage” :-|{
Personality factors are important in the exhibition of these symptoms. Some personality types simply will rarely show these symptoms.

Primiitve Man Primitive Emotions arise from brain damage, not from primitive people.

 Kinkajou Kinkajou: So what other symptoms may be found in patients with Autistic Spectrum illnesses, that are currently not known to be present?

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: Sore regions of the body as occurs in older people with Paill Spectrum, are rarer in the younger age group. Children do get chest tenderness.

Another typical symptom is the "growing pains" that children experience in their lower limbs. Affected children cry with the pain at night. When checked by a doctor , there are no tender areas. X-rays or scans of the leg are normal and there is nothing that can be found wrong with the child. 


Poor balance is a common early symptom, but is difficult to assess in the younger child as standards for performance of balance tests are not well appreciated by the medical fraternity.  Developmental or childhood physios are better geared up to perform this type of assessment.

Sweaty Hands: a good reliable early symptom.


Kinkajou Kinkajou: So what other symptoms may be found in patients with Autistic Spectrum illnesses, that are currently not known to be present?

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: In the PaillSpectrum model, “Crisis" events will be seen.

Previously well children often show rapid stepwise patches of deterioration followed by prolonged periods of recovery, then further deterioration events.  The “facies” (facial appearance) of a child in crisis is quite distinctive.  They have a flat unresponsive appearance, often with a dearth of speech. Crisis events can best be picked in a child the doctor or carer knows well.

Unfortunately, most people tend to worry less about quiet children, not more. The parent who insists there is something wrong with their quiet uncomplaining child is a rare gem. 

See Case II Dyslexia for a profile of a sudden onset Dyslexia in a previously unaffected patient. :-J


Autistic Spectrum Illnesses

Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: Age of Onset & Prognosis
Many of these symptoms develop with and are more obvious with long-term illness.  Children can develop the disorder after three years of age, according to the DSM IV TR.  However the later the age of onset, generally the milder the symptoms. 

The Paill Spectrum model predicts that the disease has typically been active for some time before there are symptoms. The symptoms relate to the level of infection and the age of the child. It is probably one of the more common reasons that doctors typically have so much trouble deciding between the diagnoses of ADD / ADHD and Aspergers. 


Dr Xxxxx Dr. Xxxxx: Clinical Overlays
in Clinical Presentation of Illness

In the Paill Spectrum model, many of these children develop ADD or ADHD like behaviours over time.  Again, parental training and personality type (Enneagram (Synonyms: Annaegram, Ennaegram, Anagram, Anaegram, Annaegram)), influence the perceived level of deficit.

Some children naturally do lots of things quickly. Others are slower and others are more domineering. All these traits have little to do with Paill Spectrum, but lots to do with human behaviour. Paill Spectrum may highlight personality traits, by increasing impulsiveness.


To understand behaviour, you MUST understand the enneagram. The DSM-5 definitions of behaviour and behavioural disorders is primitive and childish by comparison.

There are substantial personality overlays.   These are in best considered in terms of the enneagram subtypes and in terms of environmental behavioural exposures experienced. (Personalities of parents, siblings and partners do colour your responses and behaviours- "Learned Behaviour").

(Annaegrams, Ennaegrams give the personality subtypes as Self-pres, Sexual, and finally Social) .
Self-Preservation (self-pres) personality subtype children have a much-reduced need for social interaction compared to other children. 

Social subtype children naturally seek out and become much more involved in interpersonal interactions, than children of the self-pres subtype. So different patients can begin to look quite different.  What is normal for one child may be distinctly abnormal for another, based on simple genetics. Behaviour that is normal for a self-pres subtype child, may be an indicator of severe personality problems in a social subtype child.




Another Enneagram Model ^