Assistance with son's care helps Sunburg family live a normal life
SUNBURG -- By his second birthday, Angela Sondrol already knew that her son's aggressive behavior represented more than his being a "naughty kid.''
She sought help for him in every direction to no avail. As a single parent, she moved in with her parents for help with his care. "It almost ripped the family apart,'' said Sondrol, explaining that her son's behaviors only worsened as he aged.
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