“Voices of Autism” Anthology Shares Real-Life Accounts of 40 Patients and Caregivers - Autism - MedHelp

“Voices of Autism” Anthology Shares Real-Life Accounts of 40 Patients and Caregivers - Autism - MedHelp



-- [Sherri Tucker, LOCAL AUTHOR, PUBLISHES STORY IN ANTHOLOGY]--







[Lee’s Summit-May 9, 2008] – Autism is the fastest growing
developmental disability in the U.S.  As more is learned about the
disorder, more resources for patients and caregivers are being
developed.  1 in 121 children in Missouri are diagnosed with autism. One
of these resources is a new anthology, Voices of Autism: The Healing
Companion: Stories for Courage, Comfort and Strength, which chronicles
the stories of more than 40 families living with autism including
[Sherri Tucker, Lee’s Summit, MO].







Each contributor shares a poignant, heartfelt and often inspiring
true account of experiences with autism spectrum disorders, from the
frustration of an autistic teenager unable to speak, yet knowing he is
being left out of conversations in “The Price of Talk,” to the sadness
and fear of a mother as her son becomes a man in “Postpartum Blues Plus
Twenty.” 

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