Looking through the comments, the success stories sound like mine. Lucky / grateful. Also good neonatal care unit, loving / supportive parent(s) who provided physical therapy / occupational therapy / speech therapy as needed and ending up on the high IQ / regular IQ rather than low IQ part of the curve as adults. BUT that’s ALSO assuming a lot of things all line up just-so, things out of anybody’s hands.

Looking through the comments, the success stories sound like mine. Lucky / grateful. Also good neonatal care unit, loving / supportive parent(s) who provided physical therapy / occupational therapy / speech therapy as needed and ending up on the high IQ / regular IQ rather than low IQ part of the curve as adults. BUT that’s ALSO assuming a lot of things all line up just-so, things out of anybody’s hands.

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