Emma Stirling
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  • United Kingdom
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About me:
I am mum to 2 beautiful children Ben and Lucy(yep i am bias) and wife to Andrew for 10 years this month. We live in bonnie scotland.
About my family:
Ben has Becker MD he was diagnosed 1st march 2007 when i was 8 months pregnant with lucy, at first we were told it was duchenne so understand what most of you have been through. Ben does seem to suffer more than we were told he would so its still tough. We now home educate due to the local schools being no good at handling kids with any kind of problems.
Name(s) of child(ren)/individual(s) with Duchenne:
Ben (Becker)
Age(s) of child(ren)/individual(s) with Duchenne:
4-6
City:
Selkirkshire

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At 2:19pm on July 10, 2009, Lynne Taylor said…
Hi Emma
Welcome
At last a fellow scot. I am from Edinburgh but moved to Galashiels to do my nursing training in 1980. I lived there for 4 years then moved Cardiff where I have been every since. My son Ross is 15 years old and doing really well.
If you need any info please let me know.
Best wishes Lynne
At 5:05am on July 9, 2009, Sharyn Thompson said…
Are you on facebook? There's a large group of us DMD mums on Facebook, all from the UK. They are an amazing group and provide so much support, encouragement, shoulder to cry on, and humour! If you're on facebook, look me up - Sharyn Real Thompson. I think it's really important to have a special support group when faced with something like this! They have all become true friends of mine, even though I haven't met most of them!
 
 
 

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