As children grow more independent with age, it’s not always easy to let them go - especially if you are concerned about their health. Like all parents, you may feel both anxiety and excitement when it comes time to enroll your child in school. For parents of children with congenital heart disease, these feelings may be more pronounced because of your child’s health issues. Likewise, if you are an adult who was born with congenital heart disease, you may have questions about how smoothly your transition to college or career training may go. Regardless of age, support is available to help people with congenital heart disease achieve the best possible education.
We invite you to use these links to find for more information about getting help in educational settings, if and when you need it.