Re: Anyone have a duplication on 15?
- My daughter would always learn a new skill then
lose it (so to speak) and then months down the road
she'd do it again. Once she picked up the skill for the
second time, she kept it.<br><br>She is 14 1/2 now.
She's using sentences but we have to make her do it.
She would take the easy way if we'd let her but we
found she could speak in sentences so we make her do it
when she wants something. <br><br>When she was little
she cruised the furniture. Very well too. She's drop
when she came to space where there was nothing to hold
on to. But when she started school at 4 our first
goal was to get her to learn to walk. So whenever we'd
come to pick her up, she had to walk to us. By 5, she
was walking. She's still not good with her depth
perception.<br><br>As far as feeding herself she still tries to get
away with finger feeding, but we have to enforce that
she use utensils. Fork or spoon. <br><br>Just
remember if they have the potential to do something, make
them use it. My daughter is doing so much more than we
really thought she would but we've had to make her use
the skills we see. <br><br>Take care...I love the
messages but haven't replied to all...yet.
- --- In email@example.com, "monicacarpio_3"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, starr5959 wrote:
> >HELLO I HOPE ALL GOES WELL WITH THE TESTING ALL I CAN SAY IS GIVE
> LITTLE ANGEL LOTS OF LOVE FOR HE/SHE SHALL RETURN IT DOUBLE!!!!yes i know how you feel.....my son has been tested many times...but no
> > we are still in the testing stage, so far
> > everything has come back normal, even the EEG , but with all
> > the seaching I have done, Anglemans fits the
> > criteria, so far all we have heard is delay developemental
> > delay but i think that will cahnge in time. will enjoy
> > being part of your site, support is so helpful through
> > the testing stage.
pos. results yet....he has only a clinical diagnosis at this
point...its very frustrating