Parents enjoy a certain expectation that, at some point, their children will assume responsibility for themselves. This expectation transforms when a child has special needs. The future care and well-being of a differently abled child can be an overwhelming concern for parents, particularly when coupled with the very real day-to-day anxieties of managing the child’s special diets, treatment protocols, therapies, and specialists and advocating for educational, living, and vocational needs.
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