Getting Help

May 23, 2006 at 8:45 pm Leave a comment

Repost.  I had this posted on my old blog.  Since the response to this post, last week, I felt reposting this was necessary.  I’d be more than happy to link to other lists outside of Indiana, if people are willing to forward them, or put them in comments.

Finding the right resources is often difficult and overwhelming.  My wife and I have experienced times of complete frustration and exasperation.  So, when we find nuggets like Michael's List, a website where a lot of the information needed is consolidated in one place, we are very grateful.  Granted, our child doesn’t have autism, but many of the agencies that help autistic children often overlap and have programs that are helpful to my child.  If nothing else, they can point to other agencies that can lend a helping hand.  In a local meeting the other night, my wife met up with parents of other children who are transitioning from high school to the “real world”.  Unfortunately, the word didn’t get out to many of us of the programs available to help our children.  So, websites like the one listed above become a great place to find resources to help.


Entry filed under: handicapped children, parenting.

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