Why It's Important to Seek Therapy if You're New to Disability
6 monthes ago - By The Healthcare Guys
Few people are ready to face a new disability, even if they knew that the issue was going to affect them someday. On top of the shock that comes with being newly disabled, you have to get used to your life with a disability and learn what you can and can't do. This process is also new for your friends and family, who are trying to learn how to engage with you.
Both physical and emotional therapy can help immensely if you're getting used to a disability and want to overcome some of the problems you're facing. You're not alone and there are people who can help you. 01.mp4
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