What if your child’s disability isn’t immediately obvious to the world? Here, experts and parents of children with “invisible disabilities” discuss their unique challenges—and how they deal with them.
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Mothers of children with disabilities share advice on ways to stay informed about resources and services available to Spanish speaking parents. Many are not aware of the support available to them, however they can find what they need through websites and organizations.
Parents of children with disabilities share their honest responses to the powerfully simple question: What do you wish you’d known when you first had your child?