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  1. I love that Kader connects with his peers who struggle. This is so great for me to hear as someone who beats the inclusion drum – there is value elsewhere as well. Thanks for the reminder Janea.

  2. Josh says:

    Janea, thanks for sharing your story.

  3. kadercare says:

    Thanks Heather for thinking it is good enough to put on your blog!

  4. kadercare says:

    Oh – and I forgot to give credit for the photo of Kader, me and Veronika. Photo credit: Marie Arago. Please check out her non-profit organization doing awesome work in Haiti: http://fotokonbit.org/.

  5. I thought this was a really thought-provoking post. Not sure why. None of the info was new to me exactly. Maybe I just loved that someone else out there knows how much hell the first two years of preemie twins, one with athetoid CP, is!

  6. I can relate to this so much. Our first child had a similar start, except she spent weeks in the hospital with congenital heart defects. My social support system was very much the medical professionals and therapists we worked with, until I began to meet other families with similar children. I love how connected your son is to other kids like him — that is such a great picture. Thank you for sharing a glimpse into this kind of life. It’s so important.

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