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Video describing Diagnosis For My Children Led Me To Alcohol And Self-harming
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Often people can be uncomfortable and unsure how to respond to the news that your child has additional needs, especially if they don’t know any other children who are disabled. Try to remember your child is a child first and foremost. They need love and support. As far as possible, try to give your child the same life experiences as you would any other child.
They may also be worried and upset. Or they might even deny that anything is happening. Like you, they may be coming to terms with new emotions. Give them time to adjust.
I found friends were more than happy to help – you just had to ask.
By Noel Janis-Norton, learning and behaviour specialist, parenting advisor & author
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I have recently been given a diagnosis of dementia and was wondering if this diagnosis will be able to put me in the support group as presently i am in the…
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