I remember June 4th, 2016 with great clarity. It was the appointment we’d simultaneously hoped for and dreaded for years.
My husband and I have over 30 years experience working with people with disabilities. We had known for about three years that our son was showing some major red flags for behavior disorders but few doctors will hear your cries for help before a child is four years old.
I didn’t sleep for days before the appointment. I cried at the nurse’s questions before the doctor even came into our room. Though all of our son’s behaviors had been daily struggles for us for years, this was the first time I had ever felt heard.
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