When your child turns 18, the rules and laws governing them change. Here’s how parents and legal experts recommend you prepare for that transition—and create the best situation for your child.
You want to always be there for your child but you also want your child to succeed when you can’t be there. Catalina talks about the moment she realized her son Ghandhi needed to learn independence and how her family supported him to reach that goal.
Sometimes teaching your child the skills they need to live independently requires a little creativity and a lot of fun.
Case managers can be very helpful for your child with a disability and your entire family. Hear from a couple of case managers who explain what they can do to help.