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Special Kid to Super Kid: Overcoming Learning Disability, Language Delay, and Autism

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Unleash Your Hidden Superhero Powers and Help Your Child

When a child is diagnosed with learning disability, language delay, and autism, your world crumbles and panic takes over. Why me? Who will look after my kid when I'm gone? Disabilities like these can rob your child of self-esteem and dash your hopes and dreams for their future.

But it doesn't have to be like this.
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ebook, 220 pages
Expected publication: March 3rd 2020 by Author Academy Elite
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“There were no back doors with Rosemary, no ulterior motives, manipulation, or mind games. She may not notice race, creed or disability differences in other kids, but she noticed every nuance, every look, every inflection in their voices. Her emotions ran deep, an empath if ever there was. She was, and still is, a sensitive soul. I have a lot to thank autism for.” 0 likes
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