Emma sounds like a great daughter. It’s amazing how much our special needs children teach us as opposed to us teaching them. I truly believe God has a special plan for these children.
“No one knows how to help us.” This was what I once said to my husband. It was many years ago. So many, I no longer remember the year. Along with that realization was this one – “We are in this alone.” And while, at the time, that thought terrified me, it was the beginning of finding another way. It was the moment when I realized all these people we were looking to for guidance, didn’t know what was best for our daughter, even when they believed they did.
In the beginning we were told how fortunate we were, our daughter was “mild” we were told and if we followed their advice – an aggressive implementation of ABA, Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy – she would be in a regular classroom by the time she entered kindergarten. She was still two years old when she was diagnosed and we knew nothing about…
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