Some of the items that made the biggest impact in our day-to-day needs with Casey were some of the most simple and affordable ones. Here are some must have items.
There are a few items that are affordable that, depending on your child, you may not need. But I was so glad to have them.
Of course, there are much more expensive versions of all of these tools. But if you just want to spot check things the affordable models work just fine.
If you need a fancier model, you could always consider buying used. Reusable medical tools can be disinfected. You can find some great deals for good working tools on Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace or any other retail site.
More information about getting medical supplies for your child is found in Supplies and Durable Equipment.
Internships can be a great way for teens and young adults to gain valuable work experience. Here, one mom discusses how her son’s recent internship has helped him—and society.
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