There are many difficulties associated with caring for a child with a disability, whether the disability is a physical limitation, an emotional problem, or a learning difficulty. If you have a child with a disability, then it is important for you to understand your various options, such as an individual education program (IEP). This is a document that helps plan out goals for your child to meet in school, socially, and in other areas of life; it is can be established when the child is three years old.
If you have a child under the age of three that has a disability of some kind, then it is important for you to obtain an individual family service plan so that you may begin to learn how to deal with the disability and how to help your child overcome these issues so that they may receive quality education. With the proper representation, you can have a plan put in place that will help facilitate appropriate development and provide the assistance that your child needs in order to learn in an environment and at a level similar to their peers. This can be achieved through added home tutoring or through another arrangement that fosters growth.