“This is a thoughtful, compassionate and insightful book that touches the heart and inspires the very best of human endeavour. It is a tribute to those who live with a disabled person, advocate for disabled persons, and who strive to educate a world naive to the challenges and diffi culties of disability. Merely informing does not often educate in matters such as these. This personal story of hardship, heartbreak, frustration, coupled with joy, hope, achievement and love will be instrumental in doing so, whilst supporting and strengthening others. In doing so, Kylie McClelland has sent a strong challenge to those charged with the care and support of those we are privileged to serve.” Dr Bruce Chenoweth Senior Staff Specialist Psychiatrist, Development and Assessment Team, South East Sydney Local Health Network Conjoint Senior Clinical Lecturer, School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales “This book oozes intelligence, deep thought and confronts those who cannot accept that our human diversity must be celebrated and accepted . . . it conveys exactly what needs to be said . . . just wonderful.” Mary Lou Carter, Mother, Activist, Secretary of the Carers Alliance “This book is my bible and needs to be in every carer’s hands. Money can not buy the kind of help this has given us.This book will change lives.” Betty Slatyer, Primary carer, grandmother and advocate Every health professional should read this book. Kylie McClelland will become to carers of children with autism spectrum disorder what Lionel Logue became to King George IV’s speech; a person who thinks outside the square and dares to use their own vision, instincts and determination to achieve results. Kate Baychek, Clinical Nurse Educator
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