My grandson Noah has autism. Awesome!

$19.95

by: Janice Hayes

Publish date: 31/5/2019
Pages: 96
Publisher:Morning Star Publishing
Dimensions: 129 x 198 mm
ISBN: 9780648453802

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What do you do when things don’t turn out as expected?
My grandson Noah has autism. Awesome! is the story of one young family’s journey into the unchartered seas of autism where life can get overwhelming, messy and often very funny.
Author Janice Hayes weaves basic information about autism and useful strategies for those engaging with children on the autism spectrum into a thoroughly entertaining story. She offers us a glimpse into Noah’s quirky and unconventional view of the world as she explores the issues that most affect those with autism and the impact it has on their families and those closest to them.

Ultimately, My grandson Noah has autism. Awesome! is a story about a family of faith, with every circumstance of their lives known to the all-good and all-powerful God in whom they trust.

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Janice Hayes has been married to Stephen for 38 years and has two beautiful adult daughters and four amazing grandsons of whom Noah is the eldest. Janice and Stephen have attended St Paul’s Anglican church at Castle Hill, NSW, for the last sixteen years and together host a small fellowship group in their home. Janice was an English and History high school teacher before retraining in ESL (English as a Second Language). She taught academic English to pre-university overseas students and was an EAP (English for Academic Purposes) curriculum developer before her retirement. This is her first book.

1 review for My grandson Noah has autism. Awesome!

  1. Kate Juhasz (Hungary)

    I have just finished your book. It`s written so skilfully, I admire you and your book with my whole heart. I also am amazed by your brave openness and the love you demonstrate through the book. Libby is an angel with her children; I can`t imagine where all her energy comes from. This book was an eye opener for me, I did not think that autism requests so much from a family, but I can see it now.

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