Ollie was born in March 2014 and has Coffin-Lowry syndrome.
A REPORT FROM MARCH 2016 SAYS:
Ollie has decreased muscle tone. He has better support in his legs. He can hold his head up when placed on his belly. When picked up he can hold his head for a short period of time. He can turn from his back to his belly. He can sit without support for short period of time. He doesn’t crawl and can not stand up.
He can direct his hand towards an object that is close to him and can grab it. He plays with toys for short period of time. His grip is weak.
The child’s reaction to light, visual, heat and tactile stimuli are slow. He reacts to sounds by turning his head in the direction the sounds comes from. He can follow objects.
He smiles and has positive emotions when interacting with adults and when he is around the rest of the children. He understands the tone the adult speaks with. He laughs when playing pick-a-boo.
His sleep is calm and he is calm during bath time.
His appetite is good and he is feed by a spoon.
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