I am in need of some serious advice. I have a sone who was born at 30wks and was doing fine other than some breathing/asthma issues and recurrent ear infections. However he is 9mnths corrected and 6 1/2mnths adjusted and he still doesnt sit, roll, crawl. He does babble and was talking but stopped all the sudden. I was told by the early intervention program who evaluated him that he is at a 3mo level with his motor skills and that he most likely has cerebral palsy. I am looking to ask parents where their children are with developement. Please anything would be great. Thanks for looking.View Thread
thanks for replying. He was born nine months ago so he is considered only 6mnths with his due date. But when they came to evaluate him they said his motor skills are of a 3mnth old. They say he has low muscle tone and spinal weakness and that he has almost no movement to his left side when the tipped him and did all those tests. But I am confused because he uses both hands and tends to put more weight on his left side. I am hoping they are wrong. I did make a follow up with a neurologist that saw him in the hossy in october. She was concerned when she saw him then. She said he had no muscle tone. I am very worried about this. I will love him no matter what but he is such a happy baby he deserves more in life. They want to do pt and ot every week plus have him see more specialist...sigh.....we already go to the drs 3 or 4 times a week.View Thread
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