But lack of research, poor industry standards and few doctors willing to prescribe mean parents left to experiment to find consistent dosages
Mention Taylor Swift and five-year-old Ella’s eyes light up like the Christmas tree in the corner of her Surrey living room.
The tree scrapes the ceiling, and Ella is eager to play with the decorations, but her parents have set up a barricade so she can’t reach the branches.
That’s because the young girl has severe epilepsy and autism, and, although she is nearly six, the cognitive ability of a toddler.
– Read the entire article at The Vancouver Sun.