When a child is first diagnosed with a special need, many families are overwhelmed.
West Navarre Primary School exceptional education teacher Alisha Justice said it can be daunting for parents. There are piles of paperwork that need attention. The search for resources and therapies becomes a constant part of life. Day-to-day activities, like getting a haircut or going to the movies, are suddenly very different.
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