This is an excellent book that introduces parents not only to the facts of autism, but to the feelings and journey that many parents experience. The author is a parent of a child with autism who has experienced the grief, shock and anger that she describes but also gives hope and stresses the importance of realizing that you are not alone and of arming oneself through knowledge of autism.
Virginia Bovell, Director of Policy and Campaigns for TreeHouse
Parents of children with autism often say they gain the best support and the most useful information from other parents. Similarly, books by parents offer a unique insight. Ann Boushéy's book offers a specific combination of information and inspiration'.
Care & Health Magazine
This material is accessibly presented and is designed to aid or guide others in her position. Social care staff can recommend this to parents or carers: it is not only engaging, and witty, but should help to inform and empower them.