Prism, Seeing the World Through the Hearts of People with Special Needs is a unique perspective into what is possible when you share in the life of someone with special needs.
Kerry Boudreaux was living a typical American life until the unexpected happened. He and his wife received the diagnosis that Kate, their third daughter, had Down syndrome. Kerry shares the life glimpses from his experiences of rearing a daughter with special needs.
What he thought and anticipated was going to unfold versus what has actually happened are two totally different tales. Whether you’re searching for some perspective s a new or expectant parent, a family member of a child with special needs, or just want an enjoyable read, Prism, Seeing the World Through the Hearts of People with Special Needs will be informative, entertaining, and inspirational for you.
|Nonfiction, Reference, Self-Help
|Black and White
|5.500" x 8.500" (216mm x 140mm)
Kerry Boudreaux is a father who is living a typical house in Lexington, Kentucky, with his wife of twenty-six years and their three daughters. Kerry and his family participate in projects such as Brighter Tomorrows (www.brightertomorrows.org) which educate new and expectant parents as well as physicians about Down syndrome. Kerry and Karen mentor students who are pursuing their education fields such as medicine and education.
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