640Re: [Parenting Children with Moyamoya] Speech Therapy/Laurie
- Sep 1 11:53 AMHello Laurie
Thanks for taking the time to mail. Chloe has been seen by a speech therapist, when she firstly had a stroke she had lots of therapy and help with her eating has she has difficulty chewing and often chokes. At the age of approx 3 we were introduced to Makaton (basic sign language) it was brilliant for the first time i knew what Chloe actually wanted instead of presuming. She still uses Makaton which is fine for home and School life but no-one else knows it and she struggles with peers playing out at home ect. I always wonder if she will ever be able to talk at all, she can copy certain words and i can recognise them, otheres probabley wouldnt but i can and if i say a word she really trys to copy me. It breaks myt heart, she understands everything, people think because she cant speak she cant understand but she can, too much simetimes !!! She is very nosey !!! Any tips you can give will be great.
What age is Samantha, hope she is well xxx
Jane (Chloes Mummy).
Laurie <sparkln13@...> wrote:
Hi Lynda and Jane,
I'm Samantha's Mom, Laurie. I became a "Moyamoya Mom" this summer. I'm
also a Speech Language Pathologist and was interested in Jane's
question about how your children communicate. I certainly hope that a
Speech Pathologist has been involved in their care. Sometimes doctors
only focus on PT and OT. There are so many alternatives to spoken
language and such great technology out there that I hope everyone is
aware of it. I'm sure you veteran Moms are, but maybe some of the new
families could benefit from your experience.
I have worked in hospitals for more than 12 years with pediatric
populations as well as adult stroke and head injured patients.
Currently I'm a stay-at-home Mom doing occasional contract work as we
are stationed in Seoul, Korea with the Navy. If I can help anyone out
there with Speech and langage questions, please feel free to email me.
If I don't know the answer, I'll find out for you!
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