Category Archives: Communication

A Body Bound by a Brain #3

Oh, don’t us parents, all of us, just get so excited when our babies pass milestones- the first smile, the first laugh, the first time rolling over, the first step, the first word. The first word. That brilliant first word, … Continue reading

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A Body Bound by a Brain #1

  When people see a young child with Rett syndrome, parents often get “they look normal.” It’s almost like a question, as if questioning the parent that they’re child is actually disabled. It’s a weird sensation in that moment-there’s nothing … Continue reading

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We are Nearing the True Unknown

So, we are closing in on the third and final pivotal trial of Trofinetide. It is my understanding that Neuren and the FDA are meeting in October. Sometime next year the study will begin recruiting and start. What the criteria … Continue reading

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You scream, I Scream (on the inside)We all just SCREAM!

See this picture here. This is our life, a roller coaster, but our kids are not screaming because they think it’s all fun and games and neither are we. I’ve seen a lot of post lately, from new parents and … Continue reading

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Let’s Break it Down-4

Well! If the last section was a stormy sea of up and down graphs and whirlpools of numbers, I think we’re in for some smoother sailing now! In the last post, three of the five measurements used in this trial … Continue reading

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Raise Rett Syndrome Awareness

I’ve had my mind on other things, so somehow this escaped me, but today there is an organized push to raise Rett syndrome awareness, through #rettsyndromeawareness While we do devote the entire month of October to Rett Syndrome Awareness, it … Continue reading

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Speechless

In case you are slow to know, there’s a new show out there. One that speaks for US, the families of the speechless. It’s funny! Hey, we have incredibly funny lives at times. It has great lines like….”Other people’s opinions … Continue reading

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