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Not Stupid

When Anna and Sean Kennedy discovered that their sons Patrick and Angelo suffered with Asperger's Syndrome and autism respectively, they were truly devastated—but their family's troubles were just beginning. Placed in mainstream nurseries and schools, Patrick and Angelo endured traumatic experiences in a system woefully equipped to cater for their complex needs. Like so many parents, Anna and Sean...

Hardcover: 302 pages
Publisher: John Blake (October 1, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1844545075
ISBN-13: 978-1844545070
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.3 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 11557899
Format: PDF ePub TXT book

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Much pain and distress could be avoided by following the simple ideas in this book. He is one of those who, when our country moved to the "dark side" with legalized torture said "Not if I can stop it. book Not Stupid Pdf. It turns out that the women of this family were quite prolific writers, and they churned out letters, of course, but also autobiographies, novellas and stories on a surprisingly large scale. Chang, but instead was referring to a Mt. This artbook is beautiful. Snow's multiple issues that I felt was central to the story made this a great "thriller" - that she felt she might be getting too close to this particular patient. This author has a beautiful style of writing. I've been giving latter editions as gifts to new mothers, who are as pleased with it as I was. Clear a path past the scrap wood munched and crunched by termites.
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“This book is so inspirational and I am a single mother raising a child with autism and this book has really touched my heart with understanding the difficulties surrounding this issue....”

having been turned away by no fewer than 26 special needs schools when searching for appropriate educational facilities for the boys, were down—but not out. The local education authority had a fight on its hands. Anna was determined to prove that for children like her sons, the challenges of growing up with autism did not have to end in defeat.Through sheer guts and determination, they turned their situation into a victory for parent power by transforming a disused local school into a center of excellence for the care and support of those with autism. Anna's story, and that of her ever-improving sons, is a beacon of inspiration for parents of special needs children everywhere.