Kaitlin had an average pregnancy, and delivery. Shorty after Mason was born, Kaitlin was told by doctors that he had “dysmorphic features.” He has a deletion of two separate chromosomes, a congenital heart defect, congestive heart failure, microcephaly, auditory neuropathy and many others. Despite the challenges, he is the light of his family’s life.
Camille and Martin have four children, and three of them have a medically induce developmental delay. Each of their children were born without complications and had no problems during pregnancy or birth. Their children were typical until they were each 5 to 7 months old, when they started having seizures and were diagnosed with Epilepsy. A medication used to treat their seizures caused developmental delay, and learning disabilities.
Lisa and Steven have a son named Matt who has Epilepsy and and a developmental delay. When Matt was six, he had his first Grand Mal seizure; his parents took him to the doctor where he was then diagnosed with Epilepsy. Lisa and Steven describe Matt as a loving and gifted child; he is affectionate and has a desire to please others.