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Some Thoughts On Treatment Systems

August 27, 2010

Disabled people and their parents usually search for cures or treatment systems for their disability everywhere possible, right from the time of diagnosis. This is very good and perfectly natural. However, unfortunately, every treatment system for a particular disability does not work for every person who has that particular disability. It is, of course, very painful when you realise that a particular treatment system doesn’t or hasn’t worked for you or your child.

However, there are two things to remember if and when such a thing happens to you.

The first is that just because one thing hasn’t helped you, that doesn’t mean nothing will. Never give up hope of finding a suitable treatment system or cure for yourself or your child. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Keep up with research into your particular disability- new ideas are always being developed. One of them might be the one that helps you or your child.

The second thing to remember is that just because something hasn’t worked for you or your child, that doesn’t mean it will not work for someone else. Try not to criticise something that hasn’t worked for you too strongly- if you must criticise a treatment system, make it clear that you are speaking from personal experience.

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