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Accepting The Unacceptable, Parenting Autism, Epilepsy, Special Needs

Jan 22, 2019

Having a daughter (she's 5) who has such severe seizures, our medication protocol is essential to be the very best. But I have to be honest, drugs scare me. There are so many side effects. I wish I could have the magic pill. The one that would cure Remy (my daughter) with zero side effects and we could just live happily ever after. 

So today we are talking about how the decisions of our kid's medications are critical to get right, extremely scary and risky and how its always going to be an ongoing conversation. Just because you come up with the perfect plan now, doesn't mean that you won't have to change that plan in a month or two or three. That's all ok. 

I share the two scariest moments in Remy's history, tips for you to choose the right meds for your kids and I share the questions that will help you make the perfect decision when creating your child's medication protocol. I wish I had this list a few years ago. would have saved me so much headache.

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