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Logan News

Dr. Endo called this morning to go over the results of the tests from a few weeks ago.

Looks like nothing changes from what he initially wanted to do: we go back in 4 months to check things out.

The blood work showed that his ESR numbers were just fine (which makes sense because he wasn’t sick this time). And that the other two they were checking out (the two growth hormones) were about the same as last time. One was normal and the other was slightly low.

So we’ll just wait and see.

In other news, Logan had two speech evaluations this week. The one on Tuesday was actually his EI Re-eval where they test everything. He barely makes it back into EI for his speech stuff. And is above average in most everything else they tested. So…we’re good until he gets kicked out at age 3.

He also had testing done today at the public school to see if he qualifies for speech classes through them when he turns 3. He probably does, but they can’t say anything for sure until they go over all of the tests. We’ll have a meeting to discuss it all at some point in the near future.

The ladies there all know Burke from when he was taking his speech classes (and just gushed at how much they love him). It was kind of cute and embarrassing at the same time 🙂

5 Responses

  1. I’m glad that you got the confirmation not to worry for now.

  2. Good update, keep us all posted!

    (PS – Our test for public school is Monday! We are also hanging on until age 3 in E.I.)

  3. Thanks for the update.

  4. Sounds like pretty good news…hope you get even better “don’t worry” news in 4 months. Are Burke and Maggie out of speech now? Nate’s in speech with the school system at the moment, starting an IEP eval process in preparation of starting Kindergarten in the fall…

  5. well, I guess it’;s good to hear that it hasn’t gotten any worse than it was before. I’ll continue to keep your sweet guy in my prayers.

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