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Daisy Has Autism Daisy Has Autism tells the story of one family s harrowing experience with public special education, and captures the story universally experienced by millions of special needs families In sleepy Davis, California, the Russell family remarkably find themselves first navigating the complexities of autism with their dog and then with their daughter While seeking to enroll their daughter in special education at their local public school, the Russells quickly find themselves at odds with a school district determined to escape its responsibilities What they experience, and how they prevail, will resonate with every parent who has struggled to have their special needs child appropriately served. New Read [ Daisy Has Autism ] by [ Aaron J. Wright ] – soaringeaglecasino.us

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  1. says:

    This is a story of a family s journey to get educational help for their child It s infuriating, compelling read it in 2 days and beautifully written The love Arthur has for his family is evident in every page what is also evident is the acceptance and respect he feels for all of his family but especially his daughter and his dog who both have autism At times, he pauses in the story of Magda to appreciate Daisy It feels like he is pausing to take a deep breath, to remind himself of what he This is a story of a family s journey to get educatio...


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    This a story I suspect will be familiar to many readers at different levels, certainly those with children who simply do not respond the way one expects But it becomes evendifficult when it is present in a dog How does one deal with an autistic dog and an autistic child The author has done a magnificent job of bringing these two together, and in describing how difficult it is to get the help and support one needs.Told as a story, he has drawn on personal experience and real events to br This a story I suspect will be familiar to many readers at different levels, certainly those with children who simply do not respond the way one expects But it becomes evendifficult when it is present in a dog How does one deal with an autistic dog and an autistic child The author has done a magnificent job of bringing these two together, and in describing how difficult it is to get the help and support one needs.Told as a story, he has drawn on personal experience and real events to bring to life the struggle a parent faces with authorities to get the right support for a child This is often worsened by the lack of understanding of the condition labelled autism by the wider community Coupled with this is the lack of recognition of the condition in animals Here we have the perfect storm an autistic dog in the home and an autistic child The surprising bond that grows between dog and child, and the manner in which this works to the advantage ...


  3. says:

    Sublime writing, masterful storytelling, authentic voice, real experiences, and a call to action a wonderful book in every way by author Aaron J Wright.


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    Very few times in our lifetime does something touch us so profoundly that we feel the need to sing its praises from the rooftops Often, these praises go ignored I m going to tell you why my praises today should not be ignored In the course of a few hours, I laughed, cried, yelled, wanted to throw something, wanted to slap someone, and threw up my hands in frustration, all the while mesmerized by a beautifully written and heart felt story It reads like fiction, but sadly it is not And it s a Very few times in our lifetime does something touch us so profoundly that we feel the need to sing its praises from the rooftops Often, the...


  5. says:

    The Wife of this author is in a book group that I am in on Facebook She told us about her husband s book and asked us to read it As the mom of a child who was diagnosed with Autistic tendencies and also being Significantly Developmentally Delayed, I HAD to read this book I loved the style this book was written in It read like a story and I think added to this book I found myself going thru many emotions while reading this book Many tears, laughter and so much anger Don t get me wrong, The Wife of this author is in a book group that I am in on Facebook She told us about her husband s book and asked us to read it As the mom of a child who was diagnosed with Autistic tendencies and also being Significantly D...


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    Daisy Has Autism is a story of two parents who often felt like small fish in a huge pond, trying to navigate the murky waters of discrimination at the hands of an unethical and indifferent school system This gripping account takes the reader through the hardships and hurdles they faced as they fought for a safe and quality educational environment for their daughter This book will definitely raise awareness of the stresses that families of children with special needs may go through as they atte Daisy Has Autism is a story of two parents who often felt like small fish in a huge pond, trying to navigate the murky waters of discrimination at the hands of an unethical and indifferent school system This gripping account takes the reader through the hardships and hurdles they faced as they fought for a safe and quality educational environment for their daughter This book will definitely ...


  7. says:

    A must read for educators and taxpayers, this honest and heart wrenching story of one family s struggle to understand and cope with the challenges of dealing with a special education system that fails to support the very students it exists to serve will make you question what is going on in public education If this is what is happening when educated parents have the time and resources to take action, how many parents who don t enjoy that privilege are trusting districts to be the experts How m A must read for educators and taxpayers, this honest and heart wrenching story of one family s struggle to understand and cope with the challenges of dealing with a special education system that fails to support the very stu...

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