An 12 year old little girl in my Sunday School class was playing tag at summer school. No one saw her fall, but a teacher did see her on the ground near a water sprinkler. She had apparently lost about 7 years of memory. She only knew her mom and grandma, did not know how to read and wanted to watch Winnie the Pooh. After a week, we thought she was making improvement. But she has gone backwards since then and has not recognized her grandma at times or even her own name. 3 days in a row she has gone to a chiropractor and every day is like a new experience, not remembering the day before. Every Sunday I re introduce myself to her. We were very close before and this is quite emotional for me. Her mom has taken her to every doctor known to man and had tons of tests performed all to show no reason of this behavior. She is now looking at alternative methods seeing nutritionists, acupuncturist, and chiropractors. There has to be someone somewhere who can help. Please help!
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