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Twin daughters - one with diplegia

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PamelaRalph
PamelaRalph Community member Posts: 1 Listener
edited April 2017 in Cerebral palsy
My Twin daughter (20mths) Has been diognosed with diplegia which effects her lower limbs. Her twin sister is running, climbing and jumping everywhere, so is her older 3 year old sis. I feel so frustrated and helpless for her. Especially not knowing what the future holds. I try to stay positive and make sure she is involved with everything but I just want to know she will walk eventually. Any tips or just to know there is other mums in same situation wld be helpful x

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