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    Posted July 8, 2014 by
    Roselle Park, New Jersey
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    Raising a special needs child

    Teenager with special needs

    I have a eighteen year old daughter special needs of cerebral palsy. she was diagnosed at the age 1yrs old.That was the hardest news ever to find out especially being a twin. I was denial for a long time because you don't want to hear or accept that your child has problems or continue to have problems growing up. It's a fear that someone parents have especially me. She is the happiest girl ever on this earth. She smiles no matter what the situation is. When you are down she makes you smile. When you cry she makes you smile. She is loved by everyone. She wrote her own book about her life living with cerebral palsy. Her book is titled Life is a Journey by Se'Quince Aiken. Se'Quince attends a private school for her disability.
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