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Posted by sarah on May 26, 2000 at 23:08:19:

Hi everyone

Talk about the highs and lows of having an autistic child. My son went in for tests (epilepsy)
and I must admit I was really, really hoping that an LKS diagnosis came out of it all but of
course it didn't. LKS is treatable and some children grow out of it so I was is my heart hoping this for
him. I feel disappointed but really knew it was unlikely - but you tend to grab at these things and
cross your fingers!

On a bright note we have been using CLO (bought from the local supermarket) and I can
definately say that his speech has become clearer and he is using better language. So there
you go a silver lining.

Best wishes to everyone

Sarah

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