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Help for parents. Learn about Brain Injury and common labels including: Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Development Delay & Trisomy 21.

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Immobile to Crawling
Immobile to Crawling

Results: The only thing that matters in the world of hurt kids At birth a newborn baby is immobile: the baby can move his arms and legs freely but cannot move forward. This is the first stage and at this point the baby is essentially immobile. A newborn baby needs a user-friendly floor environment that makes it easy to move. As the baby has more opportunity on his belly on the floor the baby moves his arms and legs more.

Dx Trisomy 21: How can you turn a grim diagnosis into a great life? Ask Julia
Dx Trisomy 21: How can you turn a grim diagnosis into a great life? Ask Julia

Julia: Determined with a strong will to accomplish her goals. Is Down Syndrome an incurable disease? Week after week, our parents who have children diagnosed with Trisomy 21 come to The Institutes and tell us their story. Many of them have been advised by health care professionals to terminate their pregnancy before the 12th week. This is because it is generally believe that since Trisomy 21 is a genetic problem, it automatically means that these children cannot be helped.

Cerebral Ataxia: Jay’s Story
Cerebral Ataxia: Jay’s Story

Jay, a handsome little boy with large problems but so much potential My name is Jay. I read the story about Zac and his fight with Cerebellar Ataxia in The Institutes newsletter. I have the same neurological disorder as Zac. I just wanted to say that I went through the same program as Zac from 1964-1967. The story about Zac is a heart-warming story that hit “home” with me. I hope and pray that The Institutes keep helping these children who have Cerebellar Ataxia.

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