How to survive a dual diagnosis

How to survive a dual diagnosis

“Because having more than one diagnosis may make educational and medical planning more complicated, parents should keep in mind they are the best expert on their child and they should feel confident this is true.” This is why follow-up appointments with physicians and specialists are crucial to re-address issues that may have been missed initially, the doctors insist. “As younger kids mature, other disorders or conditions can emerge, including hearing loss and visual impairment problems,” Bauer says.
http://www.chicagoparent.com/magazines/special-parent/winter-2016/how-to-survive-a-dual-diagnosis

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