I would like to take the time to say thanks to all the ladies from Great Kids....You see in December of 2014 our family was blessed with two beautiful baby boys, weighing less than 3 pounds. Not sure what the outcome of their lives were going to be because they were 3 months premature. In March of 2015, they were released from the hospital. This is when their journey began. They had high blood pressure, and no one knew why. After numerous doctor appointments we finally made it to age 2. they were not developing in their motor skills and speech. The doctor recommended we contact the Babynet office on main street in Conway South Carolina. The ladies there were great. They helped us fill out the paperwork, did an evaluation on both boys and agreed they would need some extra help. From there, we met Great Kids who offered the boys Early Intervention Services. We had 2 to 3 ladies coming to our home once a week to help the boys. They were doing so good we decided to let them just focus on the one of the twins, because the other was picking up quickly. They are now both 3 years of age and we have decided to end services. These ladies were amazing in the work they did for these two boys. I would recommend them to any child who is need of help and if they can help you take it. It was only for a few hours one day a week, your child or children are worth that. If it means them getting the help they need. I also want to note that they were able to get us in to a different doctor that was not accepting new patients over the age of 6 months. After discussing our story about the high blood pressure, he was able to take our case and try to get us answers. We never did get any answer on the high blood pressure cause before we had our first appointment with our new Doctor, a miracle happened the blood pressure became normal. The heart Doctor weaned them off the medicine and they were taking off the medicine and till this day they are doing great. They are still receiving speech therapy once a week. Without Great Kids, these two little guys would have struggled in life. They were a big help to them. With that all being said, thanks to all of you who helped the Maitland twins. Keep up the good work.