Conquering Grief After Your Child’s Autism Diagnosis

Conquering Grief After Your Child’s Autism Diagnosis

Conquering Grief After Your Child’s Autism Diagnosis

Learning that your child has been diagnosed with autism can be difficult to accept. You are left with many unanswered questions and may experience grief and a feeling of loss. What you envisioned for your future and the future of your child is changing. But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Keeping an open mind is one way of conquering grief and learning to move forward.

 

Remember that you are not alone and there are a wealth of resources available to support you, your child, and your family. Now that your child has a diagnosis of autism, you have many more options available for helping them to thrive. PediaPlex can help you access a wide range of resources all in one place and figure out what works best for your child’s needs.

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