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PostPosted: May 16 2007, 10:54 PM    Post subject:
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I did have my daughter on Tni and piracetam at one point, but as time went on it was just something we really couldn't afford. Has anyone heard of help to obtain either or?

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PostPosted: May 17 2007, 1:36 PM    Post subject:
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I would talk to the nutravene people - i thought i had heard about financial assistance but i don't know any more details. Good luck!

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PostPosted: May 17 2007, 5:52 PM    Post subject:
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thanks, I think I have emailed them once and never received a reply..maybe it didn't go through. I appreciate the info I will try again.

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PostPosted: May 22 2007, 12:19 AM    Post subject:
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I think there is someone on the Yahoo DSTNI board that has talked about this. Given the number of kiddos with DS that you have, you may have some luck. I would say it is worth posting to ask. Smile

LOL...editing to say that I just realized your "DS" means dearest son, or whatever. In my mindset on this board, that means down syndrome! LOL.. Either way, I would still ask. Smile

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PostPosted: May 22 2007, 1:11 AM    Post subject:
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lilpayton wrote:
I think there is someone on the Yahoo DSTNI board that has talked about this. Given the number of kiddos with DS that you have, you may have some luck. I would say it is worth posting to ask. Smile

LOL...editing to say that I just realized your "DS" means dearest son, or whatever. In my mindset on this board, that means down syndrome! LOL.. Either way, I would still ask. Smile



Bethany, I thought the same thing!! At least you figured out your mistake! Rolling Eyes Thanks for enlightening me!!


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PostPosted: May 22 2007, 10:24 AM    Post subject:
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Ibby wrote:
lilpayton wrote:
I think there is someone on the Yahoo DSTNI board that has talked about this. Given the number of kiddos with DS that you have, you may have some luck. I would say it is worth posting to ask. Smile

LOL...editing to say that I just realized your "DS" means dearest son, or whatever. In my mindset on this board, that means down syndrome! LOL.. Either way, I would still ask. Smile



Bethany, I thought the same thing!! At least you figured out your mistake! Rolling Eyes Thanks for enlightening me!!


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LOL...I have seen it on other boards, but in my world, it means Down syndrome. I always get confused on other boards...when I see it, I'm like, "Oh, they have a child with Down syndrome too!" LOL....

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