When parents are confronted with their child’s diagnosis of a disability, they may suddenly lose all of their freedom. They lose the freedom to meet the child with positive feelings, the freedom to develop an optimistic perspective for the future, and last but not least the freedom to play with the child in an uninhibited manner. This book reveals the results of thirty-seven interviews with affected mothers and fathers. How do they experience the disability of their child? How do they deal with and overcome the diagnosis? Music therapies conducted with the children of the interviewees are also described and analyzed. How do the children play? Was freedom lost here too?