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Why Having a Support System is Important for Medically Complex Families

Why Having a Support System is Important for Medically Complex Families

Published: Feb. 24, 2024Updated: Feb. 24, 2024

When you're a family with a medically complex child, establishing support networks with friends and family, especially with other families in similar situations, is crucial. Heather McCullough explains the significance of these relationships and how, with the right support network, you are setting yourself and your family up for success.

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