We are a FUN family of 6! Our oldest Zach is an electrical lineman in Kingfisher, our second son Nate is finishing up his junior year, and our twins turn 5 in April. We only had experience raising neurotypical kiddos until one of our twins, Jax, was around 18 months old. Our lives were about to take us down an entirely different road, as everything was about to change. He stopped making eye contact, slowly stopped speaking or using signs. At 2 we began the process of early intervention with speech therapy and then at 3 the developmental pre-k class along with occupational therapy. He’s now in a typical Pre-K class half a day and does ABA therapy the other half. We have started to see a slow progression in his development and we are continuing to BELIEVE in this journey that is ahead for us. Receiving the diagnosis during the pandemic was very difficult. How do you do therapy with a 2 year old on zoom? Once “in person” therapies began, we saw the true meaning of early intervention.
With Oklahoma being so hot during the summer months, The Ramirez family were continuously looking for something to do indoors. Living in a small town where there is not a lot to do, they drive about 70 miles for any indoor activities. After searching for a place where their twins could enjoy playtime together, a google search lead us to the WRTS Edmond location and as soon as they walked in Audra KNEW this is what Western Oklahoma needed! She sent an email the following day, and the rest is history!!
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