How Do I Handle This?

How Do I Handle This?

When facing the reality of a disability, some are able to find their feet more quickly than others.

“After the initial shock, we talked and we cried. We realized that since it wasn’t going to go away, we would just have to buckle down and do the best we could.”

“I felt I had to meet the challenge and do whatever I could to show them that we had to change the mindset, meaning to accept and move on with whatever was needed to give this child a good life. We all have disabilities of some kind.”

“I tried to reassure my daughter that she didn’t do anything wrong. ‘These things happen,’ I told her, ‘We’ll just have to give this one a little extra TLC.’”

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