Incredible Resource for Parents of Kids with Special Needs living in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
PATIENT SAFETY RULES
Every hospital, HMO and doctor's office is supposed to follow basic patient safety rules.
Like all of us - bus drivers, accountants, construction workers, lawyers, we all have rules to follow. And nurses, doctors, hospital techs, specialists, consultants are no different. Everyone in healthcare has rules to follow - rules that are in place to keep patients safe.
So if you think someone you know was seriously injured because someone in healthcare didn't follow the rules, or a hospital didn't have a system to make sure the right thing was done, call us or send us a confidential email. We'll give you as much information as we can about preventable medical mistakes in D.C., Maryland or Virginia and holding the healthcare system accountable for breaking the rules.
Parents of children with special needs know they have a 24/7 occupation.
How do you know what is out there in terms of resources for you and your child or family? Since caring for a disabled child or young adult is a full time, around-the-clock occupation, we have pulled together as many resources as we could for you; and we know you'll like the result.
Getting Everything Your Special Needs Child Deserves: A Parent's Guide to Resources
This comprehensive resource book is for you. With topics like respite care, camps, education, social security, therapies and more, this guide gives you a great first step to finding out what is available for your special child. If you are a parent, caregiver, or family with disabled or special-needs children you'll love this resource guide.
We wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to have a list of available resources in your area to use as a starting point in advocating for your child. There are many other opportunities, resources, and benefits available to children with special needs and their families that are not listed here.
And we're certainly not experts on raising special needs kids (or any kids for that matter). These are resource opportunities we've identified; many from parents of special-needs children we have represented through our medical malpractice cases against D.C. hospitals, HMOs, and doctors in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
And parents are always giving us ideas. If you know of other resources or ideas that work and could help parents and families with special needs children, please let us know. You can email ideas and resources to [email protected] or call (202) 393-3320.
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