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Parent/Child Programs Need to Be Accessible to Parents With Disabilities

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I was excited as a new dad to enroll my daughter in the early toddler parent/child classes for the fall. I had experience with her newfound toddler activity level; had my anxiety, communication, and sensory overload strategies; and my plan to manage my fatigue, energy, and physical adaptations.

In my head, it worked. My daughter is social, a climber, jumper, and at that time was starting to run. So, my partner and I thought the class would be a great fit especially since the description had running, balls, parachute, and music in it.

My excitement was through the roof. Then in the middle of the first class, my heart sank. As much as I thought I was prepared, I found there were activities in the class that my daughter could do but I

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