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Cheryl Hein on Parenting a Child with Disabilities

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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed mom-of-twins Cheryl Hein about "Parenting a Child with Disabilities" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

What are some of the rewards and challenges of parenting a child with disabilities? How should parents navigate family dynamics, education, and social interactions? How can parents do right by their disabled child, as well as themselves and other family members? 

Cheryl Hein is the mother of nineteen year old boy-girl twins, one of whom, her daughter, was born with developmental disabilities, including Down syndrome and autism. 

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