Six-year-old Andrew Riley was born severely handicapped. Nonverbal, partially deaf and visually impaired, he has a low cognitive level and must be fed through a tube – but perhaps his most trying challenge is persistent seizures. These days, his mother said, he suffers up to five daily “drop attacks,” in which he falls to the …CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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