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(10-31-2010, 07:15 PM)Samsmummy07 Wrote:
(10-31-2010, 02:02 PM)shaz Wrote: hi,how old is sam, josh is 2years 4months he has assymetric quad cp with central hypotonia, how close to chesterfield are you

Sam is 3 years 6months and am about 5miles outside of chesterfield, but it is fairly easy for me to get as i have a car and often fancy a shopping trip etc. I also sometimes find it isolating when others can not understand the difficulties we face, Sams CP is fairly mild but does suffer some of the other side affects and is medicated for muscle stiffness and secreation. If you would like i can send you a message with my mobile number in and email address etc.

thanks that would be great to chat with someone that understands.
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(10-31-2010, 08:09 PM)Nathard Wrote: i'm a bit further north - barnsley way. Equipment and stuff is flipping slow up here too! I know on the hmeihelp website someone in sheffield was wanting other people in the area with hemi Children of about 3 to chat to....My little girl has a hemi primarilly

thanks ive had a look on the hemihelp website
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Hi
I am new to this forum as I am so desperate for help and advice.

I live in Chesterfield but feel so isolated. I don't know any other parents who face these difficulties and would really like to chat to other mums and share ideas on how to cope.

My daughter who is 7, has global developmental delay and hypotonia. Her behaviour is so challenging.

Sarah x
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hi sarah,
i'm happy to chat and share ideas just send me a message
shaz x


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