children with disabilities

Children with disabilities can be some of the most wonderful people that you will surround yourself with. Most of them are very positive people and they can shine light on even the most difficult situation.

­Many of these children are just so happy to be alive and they do not let their disabilities hamper their lives in any way.

Children with disabilities are so different because they do not really understand how they are unfortunately being perceived by many people in this world. The common innocence of children with disabilities is so refreshing. They are able to understand that they define who they are, not their disability. Many children have grown into adults and truly learned how to work around their disabilities to become productive people and citizens.

One of the most difficult things to do is to teach your child to be strong and forget about the people that put them down because of their disability. As the child grows older, he or she will begin to realize that they are not like everyone else. Great parents, teachers, and caregivers will take the time to instill a deep rooted sense of belonging in that child. The only way that the child is going to make it in our cut throat society is if he or she has the understanding that their disability does not define their abilities, but that the disability enhances their abilities.

In order to teach children with disabilities, parents must be very proactive and make sure that the child is getting the best education possible. Parents are the first teachers of their children and it is likely that no one knows children better than their parents. When sitting through meetings with counselors and teachers, be proactive and work alongside the professionals to make sure that your child is getting the skills that they need to survive. As a parent, you must take the time to research your child's disability and do all that you can to be an advocate for your child. There will come a time in every child's life that they will need someone to be strong for them. As a parent of a child with a disability, you will take on this role many times throughout your life.

Children can enter this world disabled and some children get a disability after birth. Many times the actual disability cannot be foreseen so it is sometimes more difficult on the family than the child. It does usually take extra energy to raise a child with a disability but the immense feelings of love and learning that they have will make any parent feel like they are the best parent in the world.­

sunday, october 23. 2016 - (week 42)
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