Im am new to this group. My grandson is 3. He has recently been
tested for AS. We do not have results as of yet. He is a very happy
little boy. He doesn't talk yet, but makes his needs known in other
ways. He has a habit of biting. He bites any chance he gets. I am
aware that he is not doing this to hurt anyone and doesn't even
realize he is causing pain as he explays great delight when he bites
and the person he bites yells out :). Does anyone else have this
issue? If so, are there any ideas how to discourage him from biting?
He has caused injury at times. Our family is used to it and knows how
to avoid it, but he will be starting school soon and we hope to learn
ideas so as another child isn't hurt.
- It just popped up on a search today , that in 2001 I joined this
My graddaughter at the time was going thru the testing stage .
Wow... as I read back over those earlier post I made.
As it turns out , in 2002 , we did find our DX, Rett Syndrome.
I dont know any other way to put this, so here goes.
Alexis was born on 7/8/99, she lived with me her Nana for most of
her life. she passed away on 7/5/06.
SHE will forever be part of me, forever she will have my heart.
I miss her each and every day.
hugs and forever butterfly kisses from Maine.
- Let me introduce myself I am Andy Stoelting and I have a 21 year old "child" with Angelmans syndrome. He has been very challengeing to raise and I hope some of mine and my wife's experience can help others in dealing with this type of special child
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