We’ve all been there: We get a new diagnosis for our child and we run straight to Google. How do you know what sites to trust and which sites are bogus? There is so much information out there. Trying to make your way through it all can be confusing.
When you have a child with disabilities, it’s easy to spend a small fortune on medical equipment, home modifications, etc. There are a few items however that won’t break the bank but will make life much easier.
Making the decision to use medication to help manage our child’s disabilities was a complex decision. A hard decision to make. There are advantages and risks. For our son, it has made a huge difference.