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Parent message:
03.19.03
00:23
I need help with my daughter and i need someone to talk to.
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03.27.03
23:06
Streching
Anne Chaperon (Chaperon1@yahoo.com)
I totally understand where you are at. MY Son is 3 and has spastic cp. The only think I have found to help him with streching is counting he loves counting & music so I will sometime count or sometime play his Favorite classical music. I have also massaged him first and strech. HE still gives me trouble to... I think sometimes he does it because he knows if he screams loud enough I might stop. We also went swimming a lot I found that really loosend him up. How do you like the backlaphen?? We are going to start that in about a week. I poped on here to get some input. If you could email me with your experience that would be awesome. My son hates to take any meds. so it should be intresting????? Thanks and good luck Anne
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