6 Book Recommendations for Parents of Children with Special Needs Looking for Alternative Solutions

6 Book Recommendations for Parents of Children with Special Needs Looking for Alternative SolutionsThis is a continuation of the book suggestion series. This list includes my recommendations for parents of children who want to learn more about alternative solutions to raising their child with special needs.

When my son was born, I immediately felt like I had given him up to a system. They whisked him from my body and into an incubator within seconds. Eventually, we were signing papers, consenting to run tests, and handed envelopes for waiting lists in medical departments I couldn’t even pronounce.

I felt powerless.

I didn’t know I had a choice.

I just signed papers and agreed with everything because I trusted their expertise.

But, none of it ever felt quite right.

Eventually, with the guidance of a friend, I landed upon a mode of healing that would forever change my life. It’s termed “alternative medicine” but in reality, it’s a form of healing that returns us to our roots. To what nature intended.

In the early days, alternative solutions, for our family, came in the form of a chiropractor, an osteopath, and a naturopath. Eventually, it led to learning more about herbs, homeopathic remedies, essential oils, and flower essences.

Even though we don’t rely solely on alternative solutions, they play a big part in helping our son thrive and maintain good health on a daily basis.

This is why I wanted to share my top book finds in this category with you. This list is intended to help you open your mind to other ways for your child to heal. If you do a search, you will find a myriad of alternative healing books specific to your child’s condition. For instance, search ADHD and you will find alternative/ natural models to help your child deal with his symptoms. Because I didn’t want to get so specific in this list, I am sharing some general solutions for restoring your child’s mind, body and spirit.

6 Book Recommendations for Parents of Children with Special Needs Looking for Alternative Solutions

What additional books would you add to the list?

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