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Self-Care Tips for Parents of Kids with Disabilities

Self-Care Tips for Parents of Kids with Disabilities

Published: Mar. 21, 2024Updated: Mar. 21, 2024

Parents often have to put their own needs last, and parents of kids with disabilities, probably even moreso. Self-care isn’t just a buzzword though; it’s an important thing we all need, and Dr. Stutman’s here with a few ways that we can make it happen, even though it may take us a little out of our comfort zone. You matter — ask for help and don’t feel bad about pampering yourself.

For more information about self-care tips, check out our article here!

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