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Let's Raise Each Other Up as Parents of Kids With Disabilities

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My son was having some difficulties at school this week. I turned to a friend that also has a child with disabilities. I expected that she would understand.

I expected that she would have some words of advice. Instead, I was met with heartbreak. Instead of asking questions like, “Are the correct supports in place?

Are they supplying the correct resources and tools? What does he need to make this work? What can I do to help?” She made statements like, “Maybe this is too much.

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