Every morning my son gets on the bus and is assisted by two wonderful people. They treat him with the utmost respect and love. Talking to him, making sure he’s taken care of, smiling and happy. But will they be like that when he’s older?
Being a parent of a child with a disability can be a tremendously lonely experience. No one seems to understand what we go through. It’s hard to talk to someone about these concerns when they probably just don’t “get it.”
Categories: Family Support
We have lots of documents that are critical to my son’s care. We have medical records, prescriptions, therapy reports, school reports…and more. The ability to access those documents quickly and easily is important. It can be helpful when trying to get my point across to doctors or school administrators.
Categories: Education & Schools