Classes aim to help parents better understand mental disorders

Virginia parents of children diagnosed with behavioral or mental-health disorders can learn more about their child's prognosis, how they can help with their child's education and how to cope with their own emotions in the "Visions of Tomorrow" course. "I've had parents cry for the whole eight weeks, and that's OK," said parent-educator Jeri Weeks, whose son has schizophrenia. "Knowing that your child is going to have this for life can be really upsetting."

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