Entries Tagged as 'Special Needs'

The Biology of Behavior and Learning

Families , Home School , Homeschooling , Special Needs , Support No Comments »

by Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP

Joseph was an unhappy baby. He didn't sleep for very long periods and seemed to cry all the time. He did best when he was held and rocked or walked. He spit up after feeding much more than the other babies in the family had. His parents called him their "high maintenance child." He developed some ear infections, which were treated with antibiotics. With the second antibiotic he received, he developed a rash. The doctor said he was allergic to amoxicillin and placed him on another antibiotic. He got over the ear infection, but continued to be whiny and had diarrhea. After one more antibiotic he developed a white coating on his tongue, which the doctor called thrush. 

As he grew, it became increasingly evident that he was intolerant to some foods.



Powered by Mango Blog. Design and Icons by N.Design Studio Backgrounds and Banner Design by AG Media Productions
RSS Feeds