In the United States alone, around 6 million children are recipients of special education according to the US Department of Education. 1 out of every 10 children below 14 years is suffering from some sort of special need such as medical disability, physical disability or cognitive disability. Here are some stories of parents with such children and they share with us how they cope and raise their children among the others that are normal or as only children.
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About the Author
ABOUT ME 1) Sometimes I'm shy, other times I'm damn cheeky. 2 ) An interesting thought fascinates me more than an interesting object. 3) I can't carry a tune but I sing anyway. 4) Sometimes I cried for love and I'm not ashamed to say that. 5) I am proud to be an Aries as if I really believe in these things. 6) I'm learning to understand and respect priorities in other people's lives 7) I don't pay attention to details because i'm too focused on what i'm thinking so i often take the wrong way 8) I think I'm very lucky for the life i live and the choises i made 9) I cannot live too far from the sea 10) Someone thinks I'm a good company, someone says I'm smart, someone says I'm sweet, someone says I'm an asshole ... All of them are right!