Parents of children with special needs often have even less time for themselves. Because, while parenting a child with unique physical, emotional, or learning abilities is accompanied by immense amounts of joy, the experience also has its share of additional challenges. Daily tasks, like preparing special meals for a child with food allergies or helping a child with sensory issues get dressed, can take hours each day.
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Fortunately, we have a wonderful sitter who we’ve worked with for years, but I imagine this would be a huge source of stress for parents whose child tends to be a handful.
If your child has trouble expressing himself in writing, you may want to learn more about dysgraphia. Writing difficulties are common among children and can stem from a variety of learning and attention issues.
Dysgraphia, what does it mean? What are the symptoms of dysgraphia?What can you as a parent do to help your child lead a normal life with dysgraphia? Find answers to these questions, and more, in this insightful video.