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Tested negative twice for covid

Post-COVID Recovery & COVID-19 | Last Active: Aug 16, 2020 | Replies (7)

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@colleenyoung

Following hand washing, mask wearing and distancing protocols are really important. How we continue to live with COVID is a personal calculation that each of us has to make. @ihatediabetes, I can understand your search for finding activities that give your son a sense of normal, especially given the impossibility of his understanding of what is going on. With William's Syndrom, he loves to be social, engaged and going out. How have the activities at his home adapted?

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The day program started using zoom so my son can sign on several times a day from a laptop. But that's not the same thing as meeting at the day program and going to outings and work programs. So he is mostly sitting at home. That's one reason why I thought the trampoline park would be good for him. It's also good for me for exercise. I have been exhausted from jumping and running across the trampolines and dividers. I do think it would be helpful for people to get mini trampolines with a handle for home use. I have been reading about how rebounding is the best exercise for lymphatic system. So I decided that it's worth the risk to go to the trampoline park. But I don't think I take unnecessary risks.