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Cerebral Palsy: Twin boys are stricken0
Cerebral Palsy: Twin boys are stricken
Published: January 6, 2016 | 4 minute read

Cerebral Palsy Causes Many Challenges to Overcome Matvey and Timofey crawl, creep and walk their way to wellness. The boys love reading homemade books together. Matvey and Timofey are twin brothers. They were born two months premature and both weighed less than 2 kilos. Immediately after they were born, they were placed in incubators, monitored and tube fed for two weeks. Doctors told their parents that both boys had suffered severe hypoxia during delivery.

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Developmental Delay Success Story: Krishna0
Developmental Delay Success Story: Krishna
Published: November 19, 2015 | 4 minute read

Krishna began far behind his peers but today he is one of the top students in his class! As a baby, Krishna developed slowly. Mother noticed that by the age of 9 months, he wasn’t yet creeping on his hands and knees like other babies were. He was generally slower than other children in meeting milestones. When he was four years old, his language was significantly behind age level and physically he was more cautious than his peers.

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Diagnosis: Cerebral Palsy – Blanca’s Pathway to Wellness0
Diagnosis: Cerebral Palsy – Blanca’s Pathway to Wellness
Published: August 12, 2015 | 5 minute read

Palsy — Blanca’s Story An MRI done on her first day of life showed massive brain edema and palsy When Blanca was born, her umbilical cord was wrapped twice around her neck, causing asphyxia. She needed to have oxygen administered immediately. She began having seizures shorty after birth, and was given two different anticonvulsant medications. An MRI done on her first day of life showed a massive brain edema. She was kept in the hospital for 12 days.

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Trisomy 21 Success Story: Kosei 7/22/20150
Trisomy 21 Success Story: Kosei 7/22/2015
Published: July 22, 2015 | 4 minute read

Trisomy 21 success story. Trisomy 21 vs. Stimulation and Opportunity Trisomy 21 success story. Kosei makes his own path to success – genes may not change but lives do. Kosei struggled to be born through a prolonged labor that ended in a Caesarean section delivery. He was unable to nurse and needed to be fed intravenously for the first week. After testing, Kosei was diagnosed with Trisomy 21, and it seemed he was destined to develop slowly and poorly.

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What About Your Baby’s First Foreign Language?0
What About Your Baby’s First Foreign Language?
Published: July 16, 2015 | 5 minute read

To a baby born in London tonight English is a foreign language no more or less foreign than French, Chinese or Swahili. And yet, the baby will master that first (and most important) foreign language in a few short years. How do our babies do that and how can we make an environment for the baby to enrich his language and his ability to communicate? Very young babies are geniuses at cause and effect.

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