Raising a neurodiverse child comes with a unique set of challenges. Today, I talk to Julie Falcone, author of “Dear Loved Ones” An Honest Guide to Helping the Special Needs Family You Love, and mother of four. Julie gives an insider’s view into the family life of a family with not one, but three neurodiverse children. We talk about raising kids with invisible special needs and how to find the support you need.
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Julie Falcone is the author of DEAR LOVED ONES: An Honest Guide to Helping the Special Needs Family You Love. She is a mother of four children diagnosed with a myriad of neurological and mental disorders. It is her mission to help the Special Needs Community by being honest and real about what raising children with invisible special needs really looks like!
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