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School and Therapy for My Child With Autism Are Not 'Respite'

Sending my child to school or therapy should never be seen as “respite.” Nor should the people caring for my child see it that way either.

And yet caregivers of children and youth with disabilities are often judged this way. So let’s get something straight, shall we?

Sending a child or youth to school is a fundamental human right. Kids deserve to be in school with their peers accessing the accommodated and modified curriculum, and to be with their peers for their social and emotional development.

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