Are you overwhelmed with the daily responsibilities of caring for a child with special needs?
Are you anxious about what their future holds?
While having a child can be a task in and of itself, having a child with disabilities whether they are physical, mental, emotional, developmental, etc can be a great undertaking. More than 1.5 million children in the US alone are estimated to have one or more disabilities, so you are not alone. Being a mother to a child with disabilities, I understand the stress that comes with all that it entails. Financial stress, changes within the different relationships of the family, and changes in how you see yourself are all a part of the rollercoaster that is raising and caring for a child with disabilities. While the day to day tasks of caring for your child may not change, with counseling the ability to see it all differently, learn about yourself, and have more peace of mind is possible.
“Raising children is difficult and formidable work. Raising children with special needs is uniquely so. At times, the challenges seem overwhelming and even oppressive. Bout, out of struggles come victories, wisdom, and understanding.”
-Robert A. Naseef, Ph. D
So if you’ve ever thought:
“Why did this have to have happen to my child?”
“Why did this have to happen to me?”
“Will it ever get any better/easier?”
“This is too much, how can I continue?”
Take the first steps in contacint us to begin your journey to growth, understanding, and unconditional love.