For many families, life with their child involves meetings and appointments with a slew of professionals. Your son may have a therapist, psychiatrist, case manager, and respite worker. Or your daughter may have occupational and physical therapy, as well as a neurologist. These people are in the position to be your lifeline, your support. Those you can turn to during crisis and celebrate successes with.
Are they on board?
We write and speak about the unique, attachment-centered approach that is most effective for children who have been adopted and are facing challenges. Many parents are just being introduced to these concepts when they come to us, which is no fault of their own. [Read more…]