The time when your child enters into adolescence can be a huge period of adjustment for all the family.
What was once a loving, dependent child has become an independent, argumentative teenager, and watching your child grow up can bring about a number of difficult emotions, difficult decisions and a huge period of adjustment.
When your adolescent has a development disability, this can create more anxiety for you, whether it is worrying about how they will cope, or what their future might hold.
At NETwork Interventions we provide support to parents as well as to adolescents to help them to navigate this challenging time.
Developing a few strategies or simply having somebody to talk to can go a long way towards helping you to navigate life’s anxieties.