Fran P. Prezant, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, is a nationally certified speech and language pathologist, parent trainer, and researcher on disability issues. Currently she is Director of Research and Evaluation at Abilities! (formerly National Center for Disability Services), a non-profit organization dedicated to the full participation of people with disabilities in society. She lives with her husband and two adult children in West Orange, New Jersey.
Both authors have written extensively on disabilities issues and co-authored Disability and the Family Lifecycle (Basic Books).
probably a 3 1/2. SOme useful but often generic to any familyPublished 8 months ago by deborah y felio
Everyone with kids in general needs to read this book. The stories from other couples made this book super easy to read. It is wonderful!Published 9 months ago by Kellymae
Good, practical advice for couples who struggle with a very unique set of circumstances that constantly affect their relationship. Read morePublished 11 months ago by D. R. Sidney
Don't wait until you and your partner have already lost your connection. Be proactive! I wish I would have been, then I know my marriage wouldn't be where it is today, in despair. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amy East Cook
My husband teaches a Bible study class at our church for parents and caregivers of special needs children. I am always looking for resources that may be of interest. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kindle Customer
Somewhere around 75% of marriages where there is a child born with a disability end in divorce. Don't let this happen to you. Read this book!Published on May 2, 2013 by Anne M. Stalker
This is a MUCH needed book for any parents who have special needs children. One of the main problems I see as a marriage therapist is the tendency to focus every ounce of energy... Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by Lee M. Potter
Of course I waited until I was struggling to buy the book. It was wonderful and gave me a new perspective from "both" sides of the coin. Read morePublished on September 12, 2009 by Amy S. Litko