It’s been one heckuva month! After feeling like we’d been in plateau-mode for so long with Sol’s milestones, this month, Sol kicked it into high gear and ticked a couple more items off his list. 758 more words
Tags » Pediatric Stroke
When starting out on this journey it is difficult sometimes to know what to DO. To be honest, you are your child’s best therapist. To have someone come in (or go to) a few times a week (or less!) just doesn’t make much of a difference if there is no carry-over with caregiver/child… The good part is you don’t have to feel guilty spending minimal time or $ on therapists and get the same or better results (especially if your child is like mine and gives you the “help!” look as soon as you arrive at the therapy building). 1,039 more words
Like most rambunctious 2 year olds, Kelsey Musgrave keeps her mom, Sarah, on her toes. “She runs around, loves climbing and is always going non-stop!” said Musgrave. 755 more words
American Heart Association, “FACTS Knowing No Bounds: Stroke in Infants, Children, and Youth“Fast Facts
- Contrary to what most people believe, strokes can, will and do happen in children, infants and unborn babies.