Matthew Newell, director of the Family Hope Center in Norristown, PA, joins Tim in-studio to share about how the FHC helps teach parents & professionals about the brain itself.
Labor with Jana lasted 24 hours. Her heart became distressed in the 18th hour, and she was facing up instead of down.
My daughter’s story begins at home, where she was born breech, frank , and posterior after a short but arduous natural labor and delivery.
When you are working with a special-needs baby/child, s(he) may be very loose at the extremities, but the core of the body can be very tight.
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.
Our daughter was born with a chromosomal defect called Ring 18. During her first year, she was very hypotonic (low tone), and had poor eyesight, hearing, and sense of touch.
When our daughter was 20 days old, hospital doctors diagnosed her with monosomy 18q [Chromosome 18 Ring], a very rare chromosomal disorder.
At two years of age, one of our searches led us to Dr. Barry Gillespie. He discussed the ramifications of our son’s zero-second brain cycle and his severe full-body fascial strain patterns.