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17 Ways Special Needs Parents Can Prioritize Self-care

Remember that asking for help is not a sign of weakness but a strength in recognizing your limitations and the importance of your well-being. Different strategies will work for different individuals, so be open to exploring and finding the options that suit your unique circumstances.


Let's go over 17 ways you can ask for help when you have a child with extra needs so you can improve your personal well-being. 


1. Reach out to Family and Friends: Contact close family members and friends to share your needs and ask for support. They may be willing to lend a hand with childcare, household chores, or even provide emotional support.


2. Join Support Groups: Connect with support groups or online communities specifically for parents of children with special needs. These groups provide a platform to share experiences, seek advice, and ask for help from those who understand your situation.


3. Seek Respite Care: Look into respite care services...

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