low muscle tone, dyslexia, articulation issues but bright

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low muscle tone, dyslexia, articulation issues but bright

Postby mnorman » Thu Sep 09, 2010 3:50 am

Any one have experience hs a child who has multiple problems (low muscle tone, expressive speech delay, dyslexia and reflux) but despite this, is bright, particularly at science, social studies, art and geography, and emotionally mature and gentle? No behavioral issues but often ostracized from social groups because he cant 'run with the pack' either with speech, reading or physical prowess.

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Re: low muscle tone, dyslexia, articulation issues but brigh

Postby Llola » Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:50 pm

mnorman wrote:Any one have experience hs a child who has multiple problems (low muscle tone, expressive speech delay, dyslexia and reflux) but despite this, is bright, particularly at science, social studies, art and geography, and emotionally mature and gentle? No behavioral issues but often ostracized from social groups because he cant 'run with the pack' either with speech, reading or physical prowess.


Yes, you pretty much described my DS11 except he doesn't have reflux.


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