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What about the siblings of a child with special needs?

My colleague Cynthia wrote a great post about sibling rivalry (check it out here), and this line really resonated with me: “Children don’t need to be treated equally. They need to be treated uniquely.”

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Sibling rivalry! Oh what to do?

Anyone that has more than one child knows there is always some level of fighting that goes on between siblings. Is it too much to ask for no fighting? Ever? In my rose-coloured world it’s not… but then reality sets … Continue reading

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