Empathy | Family Education 

6 Tips to Talk to Your Kids About Disabilities

Whether it’s a classmate who is on the autism spectrum or a loved one with muscular dystrophy, your child probably has someone in her life with a disability that she might have questions about.


No matter what the situation, it’s important to be prepared and to address your child’s curiosity about disabilities as openly and honestly as you can. The following tips can help you be prepared to talk to your child about people with disabilities when she comes to you for answers. read more


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