Monthly Archives: January 2011

Early Intervention

Early Intervention is a program that most states have some variation of. Basically, it is a state funded program (thank you, tax payers!) that offers health, educational and therapy services to meet the needs of infants and toddlers, from birth … Continue reading

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Guess what.

Andrew. After a month and a half long hiatus, Andrew is smiling again. Check it out: Sporting new outfits from Auntie C and family! And smiling an extra big one for Auntie J who was visiting this weekend! We believe … Continue reading

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A mom’s big oops

If you can recall, ¬†Andrew developed a milk allergy shortly after his NICU discharge in October. As a result, Andrew was put on a soy-based formula, Elecare, while Eleanor stuck with breast milk and Neosure Preemie Formula. To differentiate between … Continue reading

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The post-ACTH hospital stay

With the evidence of a hypsarrhythmia EEG pattern, in addition to signs of clinical regression, Andrew was put on a 2-week course of ACTH. Earlier this week, Andrew had a two night/3 day hospital stay to monitor whether or not … Continue reading

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