Physical limitations should never prevent adults from accomplishing their goals. This is true, not only in the world of work, but in the field of parenting as well.
Helpful tips can assist disabled adults prepare to welcome a new member into their family. You’ll need to make practical home modifications and learn basic child-rearing skills that can prepare you for success in your role as parent.
Making Your Home Safe
More than 9 million children end up in American hospital emergency rooms each year because of household accidents and other unintentional injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Here’s how to make your home safe for children:
Parenting 101 for Disabled Adults
Most tasks you’ll perform as a parent revolve around feeding, dressing, grooming and transporting your child. Here are some tips that may help:
Dealing with your child’s intellectual, emotional and social needs is every bit as challenging as providing physical care. Here are some guidelines to keep in mind:
Being a parent is the key to some of life’s most fulfilling experiences. By giving it your best, you’ll set a great example, not only for your child, but for the rest of the world.
By: Ashley Taylor