"Some parents are particularly vulnerable to guilt because of the elevated level of care that is needed."
"Denial is common in both practitioners and family members."
Bringing up babies and young children who have very special needs: A 21st century guide for parents, students and new practitioners
By Peter Limbrick with illustrations by Martina Jirankova-Limbrick
This new book (April 2019) looks at early childhood intervention in terms of health, education and family support. It argues for a modern approach with a much greater emphasis on education and family support.
Peter discusses attachment, relationship, humanity, respect, anxiety, denial, guilt and hope. He shows how parents and practitioners do best when their qualities as human beings come to the fore.
See sample pages here.