By Jeremy Ward (2016)

The Shouted Goodbye

  • Moving, inspiring and informative. Threaded through this very personal memoir of raising a daughter with a disability is a practical story of the steps taken to achieve a rich life for her. Going to the local school, getting a job, having her own home and small business, finding housemates and friends are all described in this book. Such ordinary things that can be extraordinary for people who have a disability. This book made me laugh and cry but mostly it reminded me of the power of love and the power of people coming together. (Margaret Rodgers, CEO Community Resource Unit, Brisbane).

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