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Number of Pages: 146
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.34 (inches)|
When two year old Daniel lay motionless on the floor staring at the ceiling, his mother had no idea that he was exemplifying the first symptoms of what would be diagnosed as autism two years later.
The emergency room visit on that June 2002 afternoon resulted in a forty-eight hour hospital stay where Daniel was afterwards discharged with a simple, "rough horseplay" diagnosis. However, within the weeks that followed he lost his speech, hearing, and cognitive skills, eventually slipping into a world of his own.
Daniel was born a very healthy, bouncing, bundle of joy. He was an even more active toddler. However, in one moment of time his laughter ceased, the pitterpatter of his little feet racing through the house ended, and his voice that was once heard in family conversations was replaced by ear-piercing screams and whines as he tried to communicate his needs.
Convinced that Daniel was misdiagnosed, his mother prayed and began to seek help. Without knowing the giant she was facing, she relentlessly looked for answers and found them. On May 19, 2004, Daniel was diagnosed with autism. But that was not the end of the story Instead, it was just the beginning
Rainbow Over My House is the amazing story of Daniel's journey from pain and agony, to triumphant victory over autism As you read this wonderful story you will laugh, cry tears of joy, and even cheer as it shares details of Daniel's victory, such as him winning a potato sack race at a picnic Expect your faith to be ignited as you find the hope and courage to once again believe in miracles