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How Parents of Kids With Disabilities Can Practice Self-Care During COVID-19

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As a mother of a child on the autism spectrum, I’ve learned that self-care must be a high priority. Early on in my parenting journey, I realized if I didn’t fill my needs first, I couldn’t fill the significant needs of my son.

In my book “It Takes a Village: Get Your Hands Dirty and Build Yours From the Ground Up,” the first chapter focuses on just that.

However, given the circumstances of the current pandemic, self-care has never been more challenging. Many of our children are home from school.

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