A medical condition is one that needs ongoing care from a medical professional.
Seizure disorders can have a major impact on quality of life. We have 2 members of our family who have seizures – my husband and son. While we were able to control my son’s seizures with medication, nothing was working for my husband. However, there are specialists and treatment options that can make a difference.
In Part 1, we discussed invisible disorders and how they run in families. We also met my youngest daughter, who’s struggled with weight gain. Here, I’ll introduce you to my older daughter and the auto-immune disorder she has––and how we’ve found help for her.
In Part 1 of this article, I shared some of my family’s experiences while trying to obtain an accurate diagnosis for my daughter. This article covers how we finally got a diagnosis and treatment for her as well as some resources I hope you will find helpful.
This article focuses on resources and information to help support children who are blind or visually impaired.
Texas Hands and Voices supports families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. They are a parent-driven, nonprofit organization.