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How Parents of Kids with Disabilities Should Think About the Future

How Parents of Kids with Disabilities Should Think About the Future

Published: Feb. 16, 2022Updated: Jul. 12, 2022

Diane Simon Smith has practiced marriage and family therapy for more than twenty-three years. She says that parents of children with developmental disabilities can be fearful because they don't know what the roadmap of their future is supposed to look like. Listen to her advice for parents in this situation.

To learn more, check out our full conversation with Diane Simon Smith.

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