Superman decided he didn’t like the tube down his nose anymore so he removed it. He is getting a break from it right now, but at five it has to be replaced for for his feeding. I hope it goes well, because he he getting back to his bad self again. I can say one thing, I’m proud of how hard he is working in therapy. Please keep the prayers and positive thoughts coming.
We had a surprise party for Jeff it was his 50th Birthday. He received a few joke gifts. One was a cane filled with different things on Superman posed with the glasses from the cane.
The surgery went well. By the time got to go back to recovery my little Superman was awake. He was ready to go home after he drank his apple juice. Now time to go home and rest.
I contacted Tiffany who is the customer service supervisor. I told her that I was interested in trying their products out on my 12 year old son, who has epilepsy and who also is severely intellectually challenged. She promptly got back to me 24 hours later and asked me about Dylan’s sizing needs? What is his height, weight and waist size? I responded to her email and she immediately responded back to me and told me that she was going to send some samples out for Dylan to try. I received the package about a week later and it had an assortment of diapers, booster pads, and pull ups. Unfortunately not all the diapers fit Dylan, but there were several that did. We did use the other diapers on my granddaughter and I am pleased to announce that NorthShores products were excellent. The ones we were able to use on Dylan kept him dry and seemed to be quite comfortable on him. The ones we used for my granddaughter were of excellent quality also. I would highly recommend NorthShore Care Supply’s products to consumers.