Today was a good day. This morning we had an appointment with the doctor following Daniel’s case. He’s a really nice, caring man. He told us, “You are in the office of someone who is passionate about helping children overcome epilepsy. You won’t ever be in the office of someone who is MORE passionate about it.” Here is a little video of him if you are interested in seeing it. It’s only a minute or so, and really shows his intelligence and caring heart. We feel comfortable in his oversight of Daniel’s care and that he will do whatever he can to get at the answers we all are after.
After our appointment we went to get lunch and wound our way to the cafeteria, which is more like the various restaurants at a large airport – including Panera, Starbucks, Moe’s, and I don’t even know how many more. We are definitely in awe of this huge complex. By the end of the week I hope I can find my way around without having to ask too many questions.
This afternoon Daniel got checked into his room, met his nurses and got hooked up to the EEG. The plan will be reevaluated every day. For the first 24 hours they will be monitoring him at baseline – with his current meds on board. Tomorrow they will begin adjusting the medications and prepare to see seizures. Please pray for this. If they can observe multiple seizures this week it will enable them to do different types of tests and also give more certainty about the origins of the seizures. We are very hopeful about this process.
That’s all for now. Thank you so much for caring about Daniel.