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5. Kindergarten Experience and Family Changes for Ben–By: Carole Norman Scott

     BEN BECOMES A BIG BROTHER……SUMMER, 1967…FIVE YEARS OLD I remember the summer of my third pregnancy as a happy one.  After I got over the initial “morning sickness” and was on my prenatal vitamins, I felt better than I … Continue reading

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2. My Diary: Ben’s Birth To Diagnosis At Age Four–By Carole Norman Scott

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Two                         BEN’S  BABYHOOD–SOME WORRIES EVEN THEN July 4th, 1962–Two little red pills and a “hypo” (at the doctor’s orders to help me through the pain of labor–that’s how they did it back then) soon sent me into oblivion.  So much … Continue reading

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My Diary About Ben–Birth To Four Years

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How Parents Feel (or how I felt)!

Some Things Parents Might Feel About Having a Handicapped Child.  By: Carole Norman Scott        1.  Parents have experienced things that they have never shared with anyone—it hurts too badly (our two in-house clinic experiences when Ben was only four and six years old.  … Continue reading

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