How can he be undiagnosed? Didn’t you say that he has autism and epilepsy? Isn’t Global Development Delay a diagnosis? Have they not carried out tests? Isn’t it a good thing that nothing has been…

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Epilepsy is a condition estimated to affect more than 500,000 people in the UK, including my 5 year old son Brody.   Brody’s epilepsy makes me question a lot of things. The smallest of movements,…

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There’s that saying you’ve no doubt heard…   “you meet one person with autism; you meet one person with autism”.   Sometimes I think that only those who really know someone with autism get how…

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Courtesy of social media and that mum guilt that is instilled in us all from the very second our children are born (gotta love it); I don’t doubt that there are many mums out there…

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The realisation of how valuable speech is has been brought home to me in a new way recently as our nearly two year old daughter, Sydney, is a complete chatterbox. “Drink” she proclaims. “Sore” she…

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