“I don’t get upset that Alfie may never walk. I actually place no value on that. But I do get upset when it feels like the rest of the world values it, and when it feels as though the world refuses to cater to people who use wheelchairs.”
Prudence comes face to face with difficult realization that her son, Alfie will have to deal with obstacles unlike those of his peers and classmates as he gets older. Read her article “Grieving the Challenges That Lie Ahead for My Son.”
As a parent of a disabled child do you ever mourn over the life you wish your child had or the limitations that may hold them back?