I have a two year old boy that was diagnosed with dandy-walker syndrome before birth. We had to find out a lot of things about this on our own. He is not setting up on his own for long periods of time yet. He is not walking or talking yet and his teeth seem to be coming in a lot slower then our other two children. I would like to know if there are things you can do to help him learn how to chew, walk, and talk. He is a very bright young boy who's mind seems to want to do a lot but his body just don't know what to do yet. I know every child is different but your experience would really help me and my family. May God bless you and whatever you may be going through.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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