There are moments that occur in life that can change everything that follows. For a mother to hear that something is developmentally different about her children - that is one of those moments. Deborah French lived through this moment twice, by the time she was 26 years old. During the birth of her second child, she discovered that her baby was born with Down's syndrome. And then when her first child hit two years old, she was told he had Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Raising even one child with special needs is a task fraught with challenge and takes a special parent.
A powerful and heartfelt memoir that share French's perseverance through adversity, revealing how she overcame her own prejudice, denial and pain to secure a happy future for her family. It is a portrait of an inspiring woman that will assist and shed light on the plight of others that may be starting their own journey on this road.