Asia's teacher and bus drivers last week both happily reported how much "conversation" Asia has been provoking. This of course is in her own "unclear" use of language but, WOW! Love this kind of report. I myself have probably heard at least 2 or 3 new-fairly clear words this week. One of them being "eyeball"- (Halloween prop-that she repeated when I said look Asia it's a "eyeball"), and "Arthur" on her iPad being another. She is doing so great right now.
Sadly, last week I also got reports from the bus driver of Seizure activity and noticed some at home as well. It makes me wonder what I am missing during the day when I don't see her. Being epilepsy awareness month- I have just found a way to try and track her seizures and want to share, it is called Seizure Tracker. I wish I would have known about this a long time ago!! It would have helped so much for those doctor appointments when they ask frequency, medication, etc. When you go to the site you create a account, and from there you can log medication info, appointments, log seizures and so much more. You can also, print out graphs. This is a great tool! The most difficult part for me is really tracking these seizures. When she is at school all day long, I really have no idea if they are happening. The best I can do is ask the teachers to keep a eye out.
Here is the link: https://www.seizuretracker.com/