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Chris Will - The Story of a Boy and Autism Unawareness

Chris Will The Story of a Boy and Autism Unawareness Chris Will is a heartfelt account of one family s journey through the isolating and misunderstood world of autism from unawareness to diagnosis to ignorance The story is told in snippets from the auth

  • Title: Chris Will - The Story of a Boy and Autism Unawareness
  • Author: Beatriz Fox
  • ISBN: B00CIA5MMQ
  • Page: 325
  • Format: ebook
  • Chris Will is a heartfelt account of one family s journey through the isolating and misunderstood world of autism from unawareness to diagnosis to ignorance The story is told in snippets from the author s interpreted point of view of her 12 year old son with autism, herself and her neurotypical 11 year old daughter Poetry, narrative and photographs are interspersed Chris Will is a heartfelt account of one family s journey through the isolating and misunderstood world of autism from unawareness to diagnosis to ignorance The story is told in snippets from the author s interpreted point of view of her 12 year old son with autism, herself and her neurotypical 11 year old daughter Poetry, narrative and photographs are interspersed to detail a few of the days of this family s life with autism as the backdrop of their world.The story is based on a blog formerly called, Mom of an Atypical Child, which later became a popular Facebook group called, A Typical Child.

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    1 thought on “Chris Will - The Story of a Boy and Autism Unawareness

    1. Heart warming recollection of a young mothers "roller coaster" ride of experiences in her world related to autism. Though her dreams were shattered with the diagnosis of her son, she rose to the challenge and left no stone unturned in order to help him. " Chris will" is an insightful book into autism not just for parents who have autistic children, but for society in general. We get an insight not just into the life of the child but also the tears, heartbreak and challenges faced by their loving [...]

    2. Beatriz Fox's astonishing debut memoir/biography/autobiography touches upon autism and unawareness. This novel is about a 12-year-old boy struggling with autism, and how it all began (with the diagnosis and life after the diagnosis.) I think this book expresses life on the other side of the spectrum that is not often talked about with details of what the person (and his family) goes through. When I read this book, it taught me a lot more about the disorder. The book is filled with great descript [...]

    3. I started this book because I work with children in autism in a school setting and also have a granddaughter with severe developmental delay. However, it was extremely disappointing--a tirade against doctors, immunizations. I did enjoy reading the parts about what kind of therapies were being done. However, overall I would definitely not recommend it to anyone!

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