They showed Matt her original record of very erratic brain waves. They had put her into a drug induced coma and now were in the process of taking her out of it.
Many homeschool families have a child (or children) with special needs that can range from minor to severe (seizures, cerebral palsy, blindness, severe autism, paralysis). Most families hope that there is more that can be done for their child.
No one can ever imagine the experience of having a child with epilepsy. Our daughter was a beautiful newborn when she had her first seizure. It was the scariest thing my husband and I had ever seen.
When you palpate the cranium of a brain-injured child, you may not feel any motion. Since these children can be extremely restricted, it is not surprising they have physical difficulties in life.
Your child will never lead a normal life” – so goes the prognosis often heard by parents of kids with special needs. For parents lucky enough to find The Family Hope Center (FHC), the forecast is quite different.
Then I heard Matthew's talk about the Family Hope Center last summer at the IBA Instructors Conference and decided that I wanted to know more.