Renee Azzouz
  • Female
  • Lenexa, KS
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share
  • Featured Blog
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Groups (2)
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums

Renee Azzouz's Friends

  • Jason G
  • Anthony Stoops
  • Holly Cahoon
  • Christine McSherry
  • PPMD
 

Renee Azzouz's Page

Latest Activity

Renee Azzouz and Christine McSherry are now friends
Jun 23, 2011
Renee Azzouz commented on Kari's group Christians with DMD/BMD
"We too will pray for Tyler . I have put a reminder in my phone for June 23."
Jun 8, 2011
Renee Azzouz joined Anthony Stoops's group
Thumbnail

Kansas City Area DMD families

All families with DMD/BMD children, in the Kansas City area, are welcome to post.
Jul 13, 2009
Renee Azzouz joined Kari's group
Jul 13, 2009
Renee Azzouz is now a member of PPMD Community
Jul 7, 2009

Profile Information

About me:
My name is Renee Azzouz. I am a psychiatric Nurse Practioner. I recently moved back to Kansas from Texas with my family.
About my family:
Ive been married 20 years. We have 3 chilren Sami (19), Naouel (13) and Riyan (7). Riyan was recently diagnosed with Deuchenne
Name(s) of child(ren)/individual(s) with Duchenne:
Riyan Azzouz
Age(s) of child(ren)/individual(s) with Duchenne:
7-12
City:
Lenexa, KS

Comment Wall (8 comments)

You need to be a member of PPMD Community to add comments!

Join PPMD Community

At 1:34pm on March 22, 2010, Christine McSherry said…
Hi Renee - Looking to get in touch, please email Christine@jettfoundation.org
At 4:25pm on March 1, 2010, Christine McSherry said…
Hi Renee,

The JettRide ll will be coming through Kansas City the end of July, early August 2010!! We would love to connect with you - please see the site, www.jettride.org

I would also like to send you a packet of information and a copy of the JettRide 2007 movie - my daughter did the ride in 07.

Let me know, we would love to connect and spread awareness about DMD...also to connect FAMILIES together across the countrry!!!!

Let me know asap,

Christine
At 7:34pm on August 26, 2009, Jason G said…
I had a few weeks of emotional hell but have since felt peace about it too ....as much as you can feel peace about such a thing.
My biggest concern right now is about appropriate types and levels of activies. Some take a much more conservative approach than what our Dr has suggested.
At 9:21pm on July 15, 2009, christine good said…
we went thru operation liftoff. They have a website.
At 7:22pm on July 14, 2009, christine good said…
If you read on this website a bit more, you will find that most parents travel there. I found free medical flights too. Dr. Wong is an expert. We went to our local peds neuro and I knew more than him. They dont try and prevent the disease from progressing, just try and help when it does. I hope this helps. It helped me alot to connect to other parents. I think I have learned the most from them.
At 6:30pm on July 14, 2009, Holly Cahoon said…
Hi Renee, my son didn't really start asking questions until he was ready to go into a wheelchair part time. I still don't think he understands the whole picture of having DMD, he knows he has since since he goes to MDA camp every year (which he loves) but he just thinks his legs don't work ver well and that's why he's in a wheelchair. He is just starting to realize that the older he gets the harder it is for him. Having the learning disability along with the DMD maybe is a blessing in disguise, it makes him not know what's going to happen down the road when he's even older. He sees older kids at camp like with the breathing tubes and he kinda just stares, I'm sure he's thinking to himself, I hope that doesn't happen to me ya know. I just share with Tyler when he asks, I try to explain things to him the best that I can for him to understand. I would do the same with your son, when he's ready he'll ask questions then is when you start explaining things I think.
At 12:09pm on July 14, 2009, Holly Cahoon said…
Hi Renee. Welcome to this site, it's nice to be able to connect with other parents going through the same daily struggles with DMD. My son was diagnosed at age 3, he is now 12. I went through tons of emotions and heartache when he was diagnosed, as do all parents I'm sure. You just have to live day to day and pray they will find something soon to help our sons. My faith and family support is the only thing that gets me by sometimes. These boys are so special! Hopefully the exon skipping trials will be an answer to our prayers. God Bless. Holly
At 2:27am on July 14, 2009, christine good said…
Hi Renee,
I'm sorry you are here but glad you found this site at the same time. My son Kian was Dx. 1 1/2 yrs ago. We were told he was mildly autistic with dyspraxia. It has been a hard time but I have learned alot. I learned that the best MD's are in Cincinatti and how to get my son treated there. We went in May. I learned what vitamins help, what doesnt. This site is great. I get on every day, and in so doing I have learned about all of the medical advancements that may change the outcome. My prayers are with you.

Christine
 
 
 

Need help using this community site? Visit Ning's Help Page.

Members

Events

© 2019   Created by PPMD.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service