06 July 2016
Revolutionary grandparents: Generations healing autism with love and hope
Revolutionary grandparents: Generations healing autism with love and hope is 180 pages of advice and love from 22 grandmothers and grandfathers who have either moved in with their children or have dramatically altered their life in order to become more active members of their children and grandchildren's life.
The grandparents in these stories share a glimpse into their lives not only to record the progress of their grandchildren but also as a way to offer advice, hope and compassion to others who may be going through the same, oftentimes difficult, journey. Their unique voice offers a point of view that is a step removed from the sometimes overwhelming fear and uncertainty that often comes with being a parent whose child is diagnosed on the spectrum. Their words of awe and support as they watch their own children parent a child with autism is a comforting testament to the power of positivity.
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