This begins a series of writing’s designed to create an empathetic view for parents on their journey with a child diagnosed with intellectual disability. Being a parent of a grown son with LD/autism it is the chronicle anamorphism that was witnessed from infancy to adulthood.
As our children may live in a world where the process of information along with the correlation of the way the world works, twists and turns irregularly. Their parents must live in the sane world and attend to the straight lines that encompass their zig- zag world. This is the life of my son Bobby, and this is the world seen through his eyes. I would like to invite others who have journeyed with their special needs child to join in and share with me their moments of highs and lows. My husband and I walk with Bobby and try to view life as he does, and these writing are shared from the view of Bobby's world.
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