Advice for parents of kids with disabilities

Advice for parents of kids with disabilities
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I would say to be patient. I would say, They might not learn as fast as the other kids but they'll get there. And ask my mom and dad, its fun raising a kid that's different. Its a different style and I do track and field. Most kids start off differently. They all do the same things but we have to figure out a different way to do stuff. It actually makes a lot more fun.

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