The Rights of Parents
The right to feel good about yourself.
The right to feel proud about your efforts on behalf of your child.
The right to be proud of your child’s achievements
The right to put yourself first at times.
The right to take a break.
The right to say NO.
The right to be respected by professionals.
The right to be well-informed about your child.
The right to advocate for your child without criticism.
The right to set priorities for yourself, your child and your family.
Reprinted with the permission of the Exceptional Children's Assistance Center.
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