Michael and Lisa Patchner
With a moral ethos giving sway to relativism and a healthcare system bowing to the culture of death, we are bound to see many changes to the traditional services provided for and available to children with disabilities.
It is likely the quality of life index will be ratcheted up, eligibility standards will tighten up, and many families will find their child outside the circle of care. How will Catholic healthcare providers respond? How will Catholic social service agents help families navigate the service and healthcare delivery maze? What can we do to insure that the littlest of the little will not be children in jeopardy? The babe in the womb? Little ones with mental or physical challenges imposed by injury, disorders, or disease?