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Changed by a Child

por Barbara Gill

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For years as she raised her son with Down syndrome, Barbara Gill wished for a book to help her in times of difficulty and doubt, a book that would confirm her instincts and reassure her that she could do the job.  InChanged by a Child,Gill shares her journey with all parents of a child with a disability.  In simple stories of faith, courage, fear, and forgiveness, Gill describes what parents feel with honesty, integrity, and grace, and addresses with clarity the range of issues they encounter.  In these short passages, Gill finds the universal in the particular and offers parents the salve of true understanding.  In words that are direct and true and realistic and buoyant,Changed by a Childinvites parents to take a moment for themselves and find in its pages recognition of their reality, affirmation of their dreams, and praise for their efforts. A book to read over and over, a constant source of reassurance, understanding, and hope,Changed by a Childis the book every parent will reach for in the middle of the night.   Barbara Gill is a writer, attorney, and disability consultant.  She works actively for disability rights and makes frequent presentations to professional and disability organizations.  She has served as a special assistant attorney general for Minnesota, and practiced in the areas of mental health, disability, criminal, and welfare law.  She lives with her husband and two sons in Minneapolis.… (más)
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For years as she raised her son with Down syndrome, Barbara Gill wished for a book to help her in times of difficulty and doubt, a book that would confirm her instincts and reassure her that she could do the job.  InChanged by a Child,Gill shares her journey with all parents of a child with a disability.  In simple stories of faith, courage, fear, and forgiveness, Gill describes what parents feel with honesty, integrity, and grace, and addresses with clarity the range of issues they encounter.  In these short passages, Gill finds the universal in the particular and offers parents the salve of true understanding.  In words that are direct and true and realistic and buoyant,Changed by a Childinvites parents to take a moment for themselves and find in its pages recognition of their reality, affirmation of their dreams, and praise for their efforts. A book to read over and over, a constant source of reassurance, understanding, and hope,Changed by a Childis the book every parent will reach for in the middle of the night.   Barbara Gill is a writer, attorney, and disability consultant.  She works actively for disability rights and makes frequent presentations to professional and disability organizations.  She has served as a special assistant attorney general for Minnesota, and practiced in the areas of mental health, disability, criminal, and welfare law.  She lives with her husband and two sons in Minneapolis.

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