Disability Aids - A Special Parents Perspective
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As a mother of seven girls, including some with ASD, and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, and one with Down Syndrome, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a Moderate Hearing Impairment, and possible Ataxic Cerebral Palsy, I have learned a lot about the world of special needs by living in the midst of it!
If you want service that involves someone listening to you, and to your needs as a family, you have come to the right place. Here at Just Juniors Disability, we try and help you find the product that will work best for you and your family. So often families will buy products based solely on a therapists recommendation. If you are lucky enough to have a therapist who has taken the time to get to know about your family dynamics, the activities you do, the area you live, other children in the home etc, then you will probably end up with a product you are happy with. But I am constantly meeting families with equipment worth thousands of dollars that is sitting in a corner collecting dust, because nobody took the time to show them their choices.
I actually left a meeting with a major funding provider feeling very disheartened at the general attitude that seemed to enforce Henry Fords famous words (paraphrased) "you can have any colour wheelchair you like as long as it's black". Imagine if parents to be were handed a list prescribing what type of pram, cot, carseat etc that their new baby would have. One of the exciting parts of expecting a baby is shopping for the nursery. It is our belief that parents of special needs children, and the disabled themselves, should be afforded the same opportunities.