I'm looking to chat with other parents of little ones who had to/or by choice be admitted to an assisted living facility. We know it will be inevitable for our little one (born at 29 weeks 9 month old twin girl...suffered from bact. meningitis after 12 weeks in the NICU...now with 10-20% brain function...sadly now, she is non-responsive, but she does cry, experiences pain and will very occasionally track a mobile) at some point in the future, but naturally it is very difficult to cope right now. Anyone else who can empathize?
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