Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome is a rare genetic condition also called Whistling Mouth Syndrome. Individuals often have small mouths, drooping upper eyelids, hands that turn outward or are clenched, clubbed feet and/or scoliosis. Here are one family’s thoughts on life with FSS.
Visual processing disorder does not affect the way the eyes take in information from the surrounding world, rather it is the way the brain interprets that information. This misinterpretation can create a wide range of difficulties for students, but with help, they can thrive despite the challenges.