The Magic Age

Cole Schotz has recently released an article about “The Magic Age” for children with special needs. You can read the entire article by clicking HERE

Here is the first part of the article:

There are certain ages in a child’s life that are benchmarks for changes.  For some children, turning age 17 is an important day, since that is when the child can obtain a driver’s license and for some age 18 is an important age, when they become emancipated and legally adults.  For children with special needs, there are also important ages when life changes occur.

Age 18 is a magic age in the life of a child with special needs…

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