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A father exposes the trials, efforts and difficulties with raising his low functioning autistic daughter in a society that doesn't quite understand the true complexities of this disorder.

Step into their lives and take a good solid look from a much experienced point of view, one that won't flood you with medical acronyms, in a no nonsense method of sharing.

From the public school system, to doctors and finally to the general public, you'll get to experience a slice of unique life that nobody wishes on another, but endures with a full heart. This isn't just a story. It's a growing epidemic, one that just might find its way into your own family.

If you don't know anything about low functioning autism, or autism in general, then this is written with you in mind. If you're experienced with autism, or are a medical professional who makes this affliction an area of expertise, this might shed some new light on some of the complex issues that can come walking into your office.

No matter who you are, you will get something valuable from this personal history and ongoing learning environment. You will gain an understanding that can only help you on the day a family member calls you with the Earth shattering news; somebody in your family just got diagnosed with autism. How to cope? What has worked and what doesn't? Here it is, spelled out in plain English.

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