Challenges & Victories of Raising Special Needs Children
Bridges with Janet McClung and the Neills
What happens when a child is born with special needs? Today's show focuses on the victories and challenges of raising children with special needs. First, Monica interviews Janet McClung about her son, Chad, and her book, "Surviving the Struggle with a Handicapped Child: Not My Will, But God's." Then Monica interviews Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Neill, whose son, Eddie, is autistic.
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