“It’s helpful just to be able to talk to someone else.
Parents, regardless of their child’s disability, face many of the same issues, like their child’s independence, education, and employability.” The idea for the website came to Wells after she talked with a colleague whose daughter is disabled.
Most parents are familiar with the stresses of child rearing, but there is a special set of tribulations known only to parents of children with disabilities.There are some moms out there that likely don’t get the love, adoration and attention they deserve. When it comes down to it, they are going to love hard, give you their all and do their damnedest to ensure that you feel just as loved as their kid does. This post originally appeared on Needs More Crayons.