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The Child of Dawn

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Synopsis

Every parent has the right to expect a normal, healthy child.  When your precious baby is diagnosed with autism, though, how do you deal?

The Child of Dawn chronicles one mother’s journey of acceptance and remarkable bravery in the face of   bureaucratic hassle as she tenderly cares and advocates for her son.

These memoirs also tell on how necessary it is to put the parents’ own pain aside, to give their son the best opportunities for development and independence. They expect nothing but the child’s wellbeing.

It is a personal and informative account of the challenges of raising a child with autism from a mother’s perspective. Although it tells a poignant story, it overflows with courage and unconditional love. Its candor eloquently captures the grace of the human spirit through pains and triumphs.

It is a trip to acceptance, without abdicating.

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