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Why I’m OK With Being 'That Parent'

I recently presented at the BCEdAccess conference and saw they were selling a t-shirt that says, “Hi. My name is That Parent.” It’s funny how a few words can pack such a powerful message.

Many times, when we advocate for our kids to get the support they deserve, the education they are entitled to, or to be seen as a person, not a diagnosis, we are labeled as that parent.

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