A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism: Stories of Hope and Everyday Success

A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism: Stories of Hope and Everyday Success

by Colleen Sell
     
 

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A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism is a collection of inspiring true stories that relates the strength, love, and devotion families like yours draw on daily. These heartwarming tales will connect you to other devoted and courageous parents, while giving light to your blessing-your child.

You will share the power of a family's love with

Overview

A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism is a collection of inspiring true stories that relates the strength, love, and devotion families like yours draw on daily. These heartwarming tales will connect you to other devoted and courageous parents, while giving light to your blessing-your child.

You will share the power of a family's love with parents such as:

  • Karen, who fears that her son with autism will be labeled "the Weird Kid," but instead watches as his peers accept him on the field and in the classroom
  • Kathryn, a divorcee who must explain to her teen with autism the abstract concept of love when his father decides to remarry

It's tough being a parent. But A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism lets you know that you are not facing this challenge alone.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605503776
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
01/01/2007
Series:
Cup of Comfort Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
336
File size:
698 KB

Meet the Author

Colleen Sell has edited, ghostwritten, or cowritten more than sixty books, including more than a dozen volumes in the Cup of Comfort(r) series. She lives in Oregon.

Doug and Laurie Flutie established the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism in honor of their son, Doug, Jr., who was diagnosed with autism at the age of three. The Foundation's mission is to aid financially disadvantaged families in caring for their children with autism; to fund education and research; and to serve as a communications center for new programs and services.

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