About the Project

The Documenting Hope Project was born of one simple gutsyThe Canary Kids Project observation:

In spite of what most parents are told, many of these children can get better.

We have the tools. And by demonstrating how they get better and how to protect their health we have the opportunity to create a better, safer, healthier and more sustainable future . . . for all of us.

Our “big idea” is to create a successful, grassroots, crowd-sourced model for improved health outcomes for children affected by chronic illness that can also serve as a model for healthy sustainable living.  How are we going to do this?

Step 1: Heal the Children.

We are providing fourteen children who have autism, ADHD or other seemingly intractable conditions with resources that look beyond what the conventional western medical paradigm has offered thus far. Our program’s direct and comprehensive support for these children and their families will span eighteen months.

Step 2: Document Success.

We are documenting the children’s progress (scientifically and on film) and inviting the world to witness what occurs. We are producing a powerful feature-length film that explores the environmental factors that contributed to their illnesses as well as the healing modalities that got them better.

Step 3: Develop Best Practices.

We are working with leading physicians and scientists to develop a set of best practices that will improve the standard treatment of these illnesses. We are capturing scientific and metabolic data that that will assist other health professionals as well as the general public.

Step 4: Spread the Word.

We are sharing this message of hope with the world:  Children can get better, and illness can be prevented. Let us show you how.

Epidemic Answers will be sponsoring 14 families to receive FREE healing and recovery services as participants in the film project.

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To learn more about the project, please visit documentinghope.com