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Naughty behavior is a luxury with an AADC-deficient child

Our daughter throws a toy across the room or whines about not having an iPad before plopping her hands in her food at dinnertime. While these frustrating behaviors are an annoyance, they’re also a luxury we’re fortunate to deal with. During an online discussion with other parents whose children received…

Therapy vacations are just what the doctor ordered

Parenting is already a full-time job, but the list of tasks mounts for parents of children with health challenges. After work during the week and on weekends, my wife and I operate as a team to coordinate our 5-year-old daughter Rylae-Ann’s care and therapy sessions, as she…