Support parents of disabled kids, experts urge more respite care

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Support parents of disabled kids, experts urge more respite care

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Children with disabilities must never be viewed as a 'burden', said experts who deal with special needs individuals.But that doesn’t mean parents with

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Children with disabilities must never be viewed as a ‘burden’, said experts who deal with special needs individuals.

But that doesn’t mean parents with disabled children don’t need help and care for themselves said National Early Childhood Intervention Council (NECIC) advisor Dr Amar-Singh HSS.

He said in other countries, there are respite care services that provide parents and primary caregivers to the disabled short-term breaks so they…

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