Are you worried that your child isn't developing like other children? Has your child been diagnosed with a developmental delay or disability? You are not alone. We are here to help you find answers to your questions. Other parents and therapists are here with you.
Do you remember the freedom you felt, the confidence you gained, the pride you had when you received your first bike? United Cerebral Palsy is proud to partner with the Great Bike Giveaway to help give children with disabilities the same feeling you had when that shiny new bike arrived. This national contest is giving away 300 adaptive bikes tailored to the needs of children and young adults with disabilities. Learn how to enter to win a bike for your child today. Entry deadline is March 4!
Knowing that someone else out there “gets it” can bond parents of children with disabilities together in an “invisible army,” even when they are total strangers. Check out this touching first person account of the day one “soldier” ran into another at the grocery story.
No matter how many doctors you speak to or books and articles you read, nothing quite takes the place of connecting with someone who has already walked the road you are about to walk. This excellent blog by Jessica Moxham offers a bit of wisdom for new parents of a child with a disability: reach out to other parents. You’ll find that the mutual support goes far beyond mere advice. If you haven’t already, you can connect with an online support community right here on MyChildWithoutLimits.org. Read the full post on The Mighty.
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