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    Free Unlimited eBook first year of his life in the hospital This is the story of his first years It s a story of doctors, hospitals, conferences, hate, love, gratitude, envy, frustration, joy, and worry It s the story of a preemieStimpson saw his son get a spinal tap without anesthesia it isn t given to micro preemies and three times witnessed Alex stop breathing once on his lap Stimpson and his wife were at the hospital every day, and there they encountered not only how far the science of saving preemies has advanced but how far it hasn t, and how far healthcare and other professionals need to go to understand what parents go through when their infant lives in a hospital The Stimpsons got a crash course in life behind the billboard of medical miracle, and learned how care of preemies can greatly differ, and, perhaps most important, how patients families must learn to be consumers when trying to find that care What keeps a family going when a child spends a year in the hospital In compelling prose, Stimpson traces the life of his child from birth to kindergarten four wings in two hospitals coming home with a roomful of medical gear and round the clock drugs and nursing the gains and downturns of home therapy through Early Intervention finding and prospering in a special needs preschool a diagnosis of autism and the ongoing battle to give Alex a fair shot at childhood, and at life."/>
  • ebook
  • 270 pages
  • Alex
  • Jeff Stimpson
  • 11 September 2019
  • 1613734662

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Alex[Reading] ➸ Alex Author Jeff Stimpson – Thomashillier.co.uk Nearly half a million preemies are born in the US every year But like most people, Jeff Stimpson, the father who wrote Alex, never gave premature babies a thought beyond the cliche of medical miracles Nearly half a million preemies are born in the US every year But like most people, Jeff Stimpson, the father who wrote Alex, never gave premature babies a thought beyond the cliche of medical miracles Many of these children grow up with special needs, necessitating an increasing and ever controversial burden on society Medicine is creating not only a new population of individuals, but a special and growing population of parents and families Alex was born in June ofHe weighedounces He spent the first year of his life in the hospital This is the story of his first years It s a story of doctors, hospitals, conferences, hate, love, gratitude, envy, frustration, joy, and worry It s the story of a preemieStimpson saw his son get a spinal tap without anesthesia it isn t given to micro preemies and three times witnessed Alex stop breathing once on his lap Stimpson and his wife were at the hospital every day, and there they encountered not only how far the science of saving preemies has advanced but how far it hasn t, and how far healthcare and other professionals need to go to understand what parents go through when their infant lives in a hospital The Stimpsons got a crash course in life behind the billboard of medical miracle, and learned how care of preemies can greatly differ, and, perhaps most important, how patients families must learn to be consumers when trying to find that care What keeps a family going when a child spends a year in the hospital In compelling prose, Stimpson traces the life of his child from birth to kindergarten four wings in two hospitals coming home with a roomful of medical gear and round the clock drugs and nursing the gains and downturns of home therapy through Early Intervention finding and prospering in a special needs preschool a diagnosis of autism and the ongoing battle to give Alex a fair shot at childhood, and at life.


About the Author: Jeff Stimpson

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