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Are you a parent of a special needs child?

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Parenting is hard.

Parenting kids with special needs is even harder.

I have raised a kid with speech delay. And it has been tough.

I have worked in an institution that had kids with autism, adhd and autism. It was really tough.

What I would say was keeping these parents of special needs children strong was the fact that they kept together.

Once you realize that you are not alone, you get the bravado to keep afloat.

You become bold enough to face everyday with fortitude and zeal.

It even gets enjoyable seeing your special kid. Knowing that they are special in their own way.

It is encouraging seeing your kid growing and battling whatever problem they had.

You can read an ebook here on how Thomas Sowell was able to help his child speak here

At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.

Jane. D Hull