"I mean she went from an average of one seizure per month to one seizure every 4 to even 5 months!"

Nimoe's Story: Epilepsy

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Nimoe by her mother

Cerebral Palsy - Epilepsy

This is a story of Nimoe who has cerebral palsy and she is now 7 and the half years old.

We started with TST about 3 years ago and this is how her development progressed:

TST bring speech, hand control and toilet training

The first big milestone was speech: Nimoe started to build longer and more complex sentences as her breathing improved. This happened after about a year.

The second milestone was that she became able to feed herself, drink with less or no assistance and hold a beautiful sitting posture.

The third big milestone was toilet training. She can say when she needs to go to the toilet and even control her need at times when there is no facilities close by.

Reduced seizures

During this 3 years her seizures reduced tremendously in terms of frequency and severity.   I mean she went from an average of one seizure per month to one seizure every 4 to even 5 months!

I carry on with TST knowing there will be improvement along the way adding quality to her life and our life as parents….

Symptoms

Hand control
Speech/Voice
Toiletting

Conditions

Epilepsy
Spastic CP
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