MFOFC Co-Chair, Sophia Johannson, and MFOFC family leader, Elizabeth Bostic, made waves on the radio this past week on a piece produced by Boston’s NPR News Station, WBUR.
These two moms, along with another family caregiver in Massachusetts, painted a vivid picture of just how complex life can get when families are shut in caring for children who have disabilities or special healthcare needs.
“When he’s at school he has a 1:1 aide, he has a physical therapist. He has all of these people. When he’s at home, he has: me…”Elizabeth Bostic of Methuen.
You can listen to the story below, or visit this link to read the full article: https://www.wbur.org/edify/2020/04/02/students-with-disabilities-cope-school-closures