Whenever 11-year-old Meg Heinzen plays piano, she can anticipate the notes. Yet as a young child, her family could never have anticipated her habit of rolling her eyes at them could mean something more serious.
"I'm really not kidding when I say we would always talk about the fact she is always rolling her eyes at us, she's going to be the tough one, and it wasn't until her kindergarten teacher said something," Meg's mother, Tess O'Brien, said.
O'Brien noticed her daughter, the youngest of four, seemed to have a harder time in school compared to her siblings. Then one day she noticed something different about Meg's constant eye rolling.
"She rolled her eyes, they kind of went in the back of her head almost, and then she looked back up at me, and I said, 'What was that? Did something just happen?' and she said, 'I don't know; sometimes that happens to me,'" O'Brien said.