This book, short and from a mother's heart, is about aspects of life with an adult son who has a moderate to
severe intellectual disability and autism.
It shows that people with an intellectual disability and autism can do lots of things and can be appreciated for
their different perspectives on the world. It will move some people to compassion and understanding while
also putting a smile on their faces.
Teachers, doctors, therapists, support workers and even parents might have their views challenged by some of
the thinking expressed.
A mixture of prose and poetry, it is quick and easy to read while also revealing much.