Monday, October 30, 2017

Selective Mutism Awareness Month 2017

As we head into the last couple days of Selective Mutism Awareness Month, it’s important to reflect on the progress we’ve made individually and as a group. We must continue to live, learn and pass our knowledge on-- to our children and our community at large, including medical professionals, school personnel, family, and friends.

In the 23 years since my daughter, Becca, was diagnosed with SM, we’ve seen changes made, slowly. It’s time to stand together and continue working to create resources and eradicate the stigma, so that 23 years from today, the outlook is even brighter.

How did you observe SM Awareness Month this year?


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