Accept the fact that your child, like all children is imperfect.
You have to make a few adjustments in your parenting skills and the way you interact with your child with a disability. It’s not easy to accept that there’s something not quite “normal” about your child. But a child who senses his parents’ resentment and their pessimism about his prospects is unlikely to develop the self-esteem and can-do spirit he’ll need in order to become a happy, well-adjusted adult. For a child to feel accepted and supported, he needs to feel that his parents have confidence in his abilities. Once parents learn to look at the gifts of their child they can see the shine inside them. I believe that all of my children are destined for something wonderful! Don’t you?