Do you read Complex Child e-Magazine? You should! It’s a great online only magazine that is written by parents of children with complex medical needs. I wrote an article in this month’s issue but make sure to read all the articles. You will find so much good information from the families who live and love…Details
We have some good news to share with you today! It’s been a long and messy road. There have been cautious nibbles at home. And hard work during feeding therapy. According to Tom’s nutritionists, he is now 50% tube fed and 50% oral fed! Tom is getting a bolus of food in the morning and…Details
|Here Tom is demonstrating what big is. Because 10,000 is a very big number!|
Today we had our 10,000th visitor to the site. Here’s to many, many more wonderful visitors.
Thanks for reading Tom’s blog.
I am always on the lookout for good toys for Tom. You have to put a little more thought into your purchase when you are buying a toy for a blind/vi child. Here are some things to consider: Elmo is a solid bright red with great texture. And who can resist that voice? Color and…Details
At home after 1st Glaucoma surgery Today, Tom went to the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh for another evaluation under anesthesia (EUA). If your child has visual problems then this word is probably VERY familiar to you. To get a really good examination of a child’s eyes they put them under anesthesia. I imagine it’s very…Details
Early Intervention is a program that helps children ages 0-3 who need help to grow and develop. We left the hospital after Thomas was born with a referral for our local Early Intervention office. Children that have a disability should be referred almost immediately for this program, but other kids may begin to have difficulties…Details