New posts will be added in February 2019, regarding my youngest, K.K., who lives with a visual processing disorder (photophobia), and then my son, who lives with cerebral palsy and was misdiagnosed as having autism.
Despite the odds, Lauren turned her life around due to changes in her lifestyle and diet.
Can hidden disabilities be prevented? Is this possible?
As in mention in previous videos, water is the key to maintaining one’s physical and mental health.
Lauren dealt with too much stress upon entering college. She was given Zoloft. Once she yanked herself off the drug, she experienced side effects leading to a false diagnosis of bipolar disorder.
Since Lauren had difficulty in handling daily stress, she began to cut herself. Could her lack of essential vitamins and nutrients have caused her feelings of inadequacy?
Lauren was arrested for shoplifting and may not graduate from high school.
Lauren drank soda and ate fast food during her high school years. Perhaps, that’s the reason she could not handle daily stress.
Lauren decided she wanted to study theatre in college and joined the Army Reserve Split-Op Program to get money for college. Her inability to process multiple directions became her downfall.
Lauren appeared to be on the right track towards graduation. In the 11th grade, she was in the top 5 with the highest GPA and was second chair in her strings class. But, she continued dealing with mood swings.
The Bag Face Teacher discusses the importance of having a medical letter to support a 504 Plan.