When children turn 18, they become legal adults with the right to make their own decisions. However, if an individual lacks the ability to make decisions, then someone else may need to make their decisions.
Are you a parent of a child with special healthcare needs who is at least 13 years old? ChildServe can help you prepare for important life decisions you will face as your child, teen, or young adult grows older.
From giant comic books and superheroes, to Scooby-Doo, the Minions, and Charlie Brown, Bubble Ball 2018 popped with outstanding bubble wrap creations.
As the manager at ChildServe’s Autism Program, I get to hear about life’s ups and downs from the families we serve. One thing that comes up often is the dreaded trip to the grocery store. Most parents of kids with autism have been cut by sharp words from a fellow shopper who assumes that their child is being a “brat” or that there’s something lacking in their parenting skills.