Communicating with your child’s doctors, nurses, therapists, etc. is always important. When talking about things your child needs or dealing with issues you feel may be harmful for your child, it’s easy to get emotional. Being able to build a healthy relationship with your child’s care team and communicate openly and honestly is key. Here are a few tips that may help.
Right after losing a child, everyone rushes to comfort the grieving parents. Eventually, most people have to get back to their lives, but the parents continue to grieve. Here is a glimpse into some of the emotions, struggles and triumphs shared by one grieving mother.
Parents must decide when or whether to tell their child about their disability.