Choosing the right treatment for our youth

Whatever you decide is best for your child, make sure you do due diligence.

By TRACEY SHIPLEY
May 5, 2016 11:05
Mother and child at the lake

Mother and child at the lake. (photo credit: ING IMAGE/ASAP)

 
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 Many parents are faced with deciding what is best for their kids who need treatment.

This presumes that parents know what their child needs. They are forced to take the advice of friends or professionals who don’t necessarily know their kids well enough to determine what is best for them.

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