I went through some significant testing at a younger age. These tests required me to do different tasks to show how I was able to handle them.
They told me that I had to prove that I had a brain injury. This didn’t make much sense to me, I am who I am.
They told me it was essential to get these results because it would assist how I can perform in school. It turns out that it did.
Even after all the testing, I went through, the prognosis was not very good. They predicted I would not be able to read at grade level, and there were questions about if I would end up going to college.
Now I have a college degree, and I have just finished my first week at my first full-time job. It is essential to keep pushing. It was not an enjoyable experience getting tested but it was worth it and I am glad my parents forced to do it.
Doctors will make predictions about outcomes and the future. The brain is a mysterious thing. It will change. Results will vary if you are willing to work through the difficulties your outcome will change.
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