Re: Re: Re: Oral Developmental Dyspraxia

Tuesday, Dec 14, 2004

Re: Re: Re: Oral Developmental Dyspraxia

Posted by doreen on 10/28/04 at 03:04 PM

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Hi i have no info., but i understand how u r feeling, my daughter [29] was in a near fatal car accident in June this year, and due to the emergancy opp she had she has been left with oral& verbal dypraxia, I would love to hear if you have found anything on this. Rach trys so hard to get words out, she manages a few, but r not the ones shes trying to say.It is so frustating for both of us.hope to hear from U.I live on the central coast.Rach is still in hostpital,the doctors wanted to opperate but r unsure of the outcome,what we R doing at the moment R exercises using paddle pop sticks, we have to get as many in her mouth as possable 6 times a day, we R up to 11 we need about 20,the idea is to stretch the temporalis muscle which in rachs case has been badly scarred. doreen

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