Grieving a Non-Typical Child

Written by Sisters

August 24, 2019

Erica and Sharon discuss the loss of hopes, dreams and expectations experienced when you have a non-typical child or a child born with physical disabilites.  Erica shares her struggles with Austin and the challenges she faced when he was diagnosed as being on the spectrum.  Sharon shares how she had to grieve for her granddaughter Ever who also has Autism.

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