All Kids Just Want to be Accepted and Included
Like all kids, kids living with special needs want to feel like they belong. Some kids can’t speak, some can’t talk and some have very different appearances, but they still have feelings and can comprehend. Nothing breaks a parent’s heart more than when a child says something mean to our child. We wish all kids were taught to interact with kindness towards a child who is different. All children have that desire to have friends and feel included.
How do you react to a child mistreating your child? What have you done to change that child’s ideas and/or behavior and was it successful? Tell us what you have learned along the way.
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At Robbie Foundation, 100% of funds go to Maine children with special needs. Funds go toward equipment, technology, and therapy treatment that are not covered by insurance.