Glad to hear it has all worked out well for your DS - especially that the speech therapy has done so well for him. I hope we have the same result.
How did you go at the speech pathologist Ulysses?
Oh I forgot to add that at a check up last week (DD has been sick with a virus), our GP thinks that one of her grommets may have come loose Not too sure what it all means yet, but have an ENT appointment next week to see what he says. She has had a couple of recent ear infections, so I think he might suggest re-inserting it if it isn't working effectively. Will have to wait and see. I am scared that if it isn't working properly then her hearing is going to be affected again, and in turn her language abilities may be impacted.
Sajimum, thanks for your post. I felt reassured reading your post, it sounds alot like my situation now that dd has her grommets in. I am really glad to hear you got such a good report from the Speech Pathologist.
Thanks for asking after DD. She is doing so much better now, it started off slow - really slow, then each week she seems to be doing better. The speech therapist was fantastic, she totally put my mind at ease - i was very worried about her having something else wrong, but she told me that she usually gets a feel for that and doesn't think that we have any underlying issues and that it looks like it is just related to the hearing loss. I felt so much relief, but still can't wait until we have a bit more progress. Out of all the professionals i have met with through this journey i really felt the most understood and reassured by the speechie - she gave me some good advice as well. I will be meeting with her every 2 weeks and we have our CATS assessment in September.
I hope everyone's kids are doing well and i want to thank everyone for all their info….i feel alot of hope reading everyones posts.
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