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Renitha Tutin came to the UK from Malaysia when she was 20 years old, having been awarded a British High Commissioner Awards Scholarship. After graduation, she went on to qualify as a Chartered Accountant. She left industry after her autistic son was born and now teaches part-time at the University of Bristol, devoting the rest of her time to him.
A realistic, honest and incredibly positive account of what it is like to be a parent of an autistic child.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone wishing to learn more about this subject, irrespective of whether they live with an autistic child or not.
It offers great hope to readers who may have someone autistic in their family as well as some good advice and practical tips.
This book raises the pain, confusion and difficulties that can surround raising a child with autism. Read morePublished on June 12, 2011 by Review by NAS
A compelling story of a devoted mother whose hopes and dreams of raising her firstborn are shattered when she realises he is severely autistic. Read morePublished on April 9, 2011 by Anton G