We can help you create reliable routines for your family, that will ensure everyone’s needs are met. Besides making sure that special needs are met, it’s also important for you and your partner to take care of yourselves. And if you have other children, make sure to set aside time devoted to them as well. Listen to them, and allow them to express all of their feelings, whether good or bad.
Maintaining a routine like that will likely require you to lean on the people in your life. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. We will guide you in determining where your needs lie as a family, and point you in the right direction for further assistance, whether that entails reaching out to family or professional caregivers.
This is a difficult time of adjustment for your family, and we are here to help. We know that you may be feeling lost, and unsure of next steps. But our goal is to minimize your feelings of isolation or burnout.
Besides guiding you through the various stages of adjustment, we will also assist you in implementing day to day changes. This may consist of a variety of things. It will all depend on what you and your family need. But primarily, we will address any lingering guilt or stress you may be feeling during this adjustment. And we will give you coping skills for the new daily stresses you are facing.
This will be a process, but it is one that you and your family can work through together!