Good day to you all! I am an aspiring teacher and as I begin to explore the world of teaching, I began to have so many questions in my head. In order not to limit my resources to just those who are close to me, I decided to expand my search for answers. And so now I ask one of my questions to you. As a teacher, it is our duty to answer any question that the parents of the students will have. This is especially hard if you're teaching special education. As all the special ed teachers and advocates know, a disability is not something that will go away; it will be present throughout a person's life. If a parent expresses hope or expectation that their child will be "cured" with constant therapy and medication, how do you correct this notion without offending or hurting the parent's feeling, or most especially, without loosing the parent's trust? I'd like to thank in advance anyone who will help me in knowledge search.