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Name: dee
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hello am a mom of a 4 year old who has had speech delays and in early intervention since 18 months he is now at a preschool for special needs children and is seeing a therapist for anxiety issues. he has been elauated at childrens floating hospital and waiting results. he has been given the possability of adhd or bipolar(I have bipolar) but nothing defenite except the anxiety disorder which is mainly around change or transitions. looking foreward to meeting everyone dee
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Name: babyhuie61 | Date: Oct 22nd, 2006 10:52 PM
Hi Dee. My name is cindy. I am the mother of a 15 yr old daughter who has a syndrome called 22q13. She now has another diagnosis which is an acquired brain injury because of a bad accident at school last year. I would love to keep in touch with you. My e-mail address is [email protected]

Cindy 

Name: rugbratmom | Date: Oct 23rd, 2006 12:50 AM
Nice to meet you Dee. One of my children is a 5 year old with some speech delays. He has an appointment to see a specialist about his anxiety problems. He also has GI problems, multiple food allergies, excema, and is not yet potty trained. I am homeschooling him this year while we try to get some issues resolved.

I loook forward to getting to know you better! 

Name: mommyinwaiting | Date: Oct 23rd, 2006 5:09 AM
Hi Dee, I am Tina. My 18 month old son is the most beautiful, sweet natured baby. In addition to that, he has microcephally (small head), he has a small brain, he has global developemental delays he is about a 7 month old level, he was born with a soft cleft palate, was tested for digeorge syndrome was found neg, tested for a long worded syndrome 22q1 I think and that came out ok, he has low muscle tone, does not like to eat or drink, he doesn't crawl or walk (but he did just start sitting up on his own), he is visually impaired.

When we first met with neurology, his doctor said he has a low life expectancy, didn't know if he would walk or talk. He said he believes he has a syndrome but doesn't know what it is. We go to Stanford for multiple issues. Now to present time, we didn't know if our son would even hold up is own head, so when he accomplishes each and every developement mile stone no matter how late it is in coming we are delighted. I think of it as a special gift.

I am new in here too. I started in the adoption, because our little one is adopted and we are looking to adopt again. Then curiosity (don't think I spelled that right) led me to here. 

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