Interfaith Disability

Interfaith Disability

One of the best determining factors of the 2016 New York Mental Health Symposium is its idea on entering the era of understanding the science of medicine and treatments for mental health conditions. These include quality assurance on different kinds of medication, as well as the proper procedure of counseling and therapy interventions. The conference […]

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  Some parents with kids who have autism are hesitant to go to public places, the church included.  They struggle with the fear that their children might experience discrimination, judgment, and harrowing treatment from churchgoers. Sad but true, that the most judgmental people I’ve met are churchgoers.  Raising a child with autism is stressing.  I […]

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