"Becoming His Sister's Guiding Light"

In this personal essay, one mother describes how her 'special-needs' son became his sister's guiding light.

Our son through special needs adoption became his sister's guiding light.

One year after adopting an infant girl, we adopted a “special needs” child with a cleft lip and palate. Ever since his sister was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, he’s become her guiding light.

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