Tag "craniofacial disorders"

As a new mother, you want everything for your baby to be the absolute best from the get-go. I had no idea when my son Cillian was born that anything was wrong with his head. My husband Hector and I › Continue Reading

We adopted Shana from China when she was seven. She had lived in an orphanage for special needs children her whole life. It was pretty obvious that she had never learned to run and play. She did not laugh. They › Continue Reading

I would like to start by saying congratulations! Preparing for a newborn baby is an exciting time in any parent’s life. Receiving the news that your baby has a cleft lip/palate can be overwhelming, but preparation up front can be helpful › Continue Reading

Each year, the month of July is the CDC’s Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month. I actively worked to raise awareness this year during July, as I have for the last several years, but I must admit I found myself › Continue Reading