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Theo 23 + 10 + 6 mega bucks wizards siebert 27 + 12 walkers back pack of wolves by scdv Posted Fri 15 Mar 2013 6:47am   The wizards (21-42) all three meetings this season with the bucks, wizards 2. John wall (microblogging) scored 23 points, Nike Air Max 90 VT 10 assists and six rebounds and four steals, martel Webster - 20 points, nene hilario - 13 points, 13 rebounds and six assists, and Calais, & 13 points. The six people in double, trevor ariza (micro ... Read on »
“Something New Was Coming”: Walker-Smith, Wakefield and the Real Narrative Behind the Lancet Paper by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Mar 2012 12:00am By Dan Olmsted Now that Professor John Walker-Smith has been cleared of charges brought against him by Britain’s General Medical Council – with an admonition by the appeals judge that such a travesty must never happen again – his testimony can be called something important: The truth. When he was just a witness try ... Read on »
Avery's first walker by Josephine A. Facebook Posted Sat 20 Oct 2007 12:00am Here's Avery wearing her first pair of AFOs using her first ever walker! It wasn't actually her walker - we were borrowing it from her PT while we were waiting for her own walker to arrive, which was a posterior walker. She was about 20 months old in this video. Read on »
Ainsley Mega Update - Fall 2012 by Susan Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Oct 2012 11:33pm A couple weeks ago a reader contacted me asking for an update on Ainsley. I'd just posted about her feeding progress and hit the highlights in that post.  That got me thinking though that perhaps it is time for a category by category update. However I want to say, rest assured, if there is anything major going on I do post about it.  Since we had ... Read on »
Wheelchairs by Josephine A. Facebook Posted Mon 17 Jan 2011 2:20pm Remember a while ago when I was talking about the fact that we needed to figure out a new mode of transportation for Avery? ( here ) Well, we have come to the conclusion that the best option really would be a wheelchair. I spoke to Avery's school PT the week before last, and we talked again about the fact the Avery shouldn't be walking to ... Read on »
Therapy by Josephine A. Facebook Posted Mon 09 Aug 2010 10:37am We are experiencing some fun times with our health insurance right now. And by "fun" I really mean "frustrating and aggravating". Without going into all the details, what's basically been happening is that we're having a hard time getting our insurance to cover any of the cost of the ABM therapy. Avery's PCP did a peer to peer review for u ... Read on »
Various appointments by Josephine A. Facebook Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 1:00pm Avery has seen a few different doctors and therapists in the past couple of months. Here's who she saw and what they had to say: Dr Clarke, the endocrinologist. You may remember that the developmental neurologist and the ophthalmologist both told me I needed to make an appointment with an endocrinologist after Avery's diagnosis of septo-o ... Read on »
Feeling Overwhelmed by Susan Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Jul 2009 6:38pm Ainsley's care is complex. A lot of the time we are in a groove and things are relatively easy (by Ainsley standards) but this past week or so there has been a lot going on. I think many people including family and friends have no idea the energy it takes to care for her many needs. Of course there is the tracheostomy and G-tube which require a lot ... Read on »
Health summary by Hope Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 11:46am I know most of you know all this, but I'm doing this post for myself to summarize all Ava's health concerns in one place to look back on. I'm also going to try to update it as we learn more. It is very matter-of-fact. Airway Ava's Laryngomalacia is still on the moderate-severe side. She's having blue spells and apnea episodes. Her Tracheomal ... Read on »
Walking & Talking by Sneak Peek Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm A few weeks ago Austin's PT arrived with his first "loaner" walker. No sooner did we have his shoes on and he was OFF! We took her for a spin outside and while off-roading in the garden Austin promptly said his first clear word: flower. It said it as if he had been speaking his whole life. He has known the ASL sign for flower for mont ... Read on »