Friday, August 17, 2012
When we first talked with our daughter's pediatric neurologist, he said that the stereotypies will stay with her forever, but get 'smaller' over time. She is 9 now, and she has been subconsciously reining them in for the past two years or so. This is a very short clip of her with hands clenched and squeezing, instead of flapping. You can also see the leg jump, and if you can see her face, she is scrunching her mouth up. Apologies for cutting her head off, she will stop if she catches me taking video. Additional apologies for the stuffed cat photo bombing the view!