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 "You will get swept along on this darkly humorous journey from the depths of super-stuck to the dizzying heights of superhero. A must read for any parent of a special kid who knows deep down they are capable of much more than their dim prognosis." 


Steven R. Wertz, M.Div., BCBA, Growing Minds Autism Program Director 

" A truly inspirational story about a very special little girl overcoming her health and developmental challenges. Learn how her amazing mum unlocked her full potential, by finding the right nutrition and therapies to help her shine."


  

Lucinda Miller, Family Naturopath, Founder of Nature Doc Clinic, Author of The Good Stuff

 "This book will show you how to launch your child from struggling to thriving in school. "


  

David Newman, Speech and Language Pathologist, Author of Working Memory Activities and Inference Activities

When Ruthangela receives the devastating news that her daughter has autism, learning disability and language delay, her world crumbles.


An ugly black cloud of worry, fear and sheer panic envelopes her. Why me? What have I done to deserve this? Who will look after her when I'm gone? Disabilities such as autism can rob a child of their self-esteem, and you of your hopes and dreams for the child you thought you had. But it doesn’t have to be like this. 


In 5 short years, Ruthangela’s daughter overcame all 3 conditions. You too can turn your child’s struggles into opportunities. You too can turn hopelessness into hopefulness. 


If you are the parent of a child with autism, you are a superhero, but not all superheroes wear capes. Some superheroes wear aprons in the kitchen instead. You too can help your child go from super-stuck to superhero. 


Readers will discover The 10 Secrets of how Ruthangela’s daughter, Rosemary, triumphed over autism, learning disability, and language delay, without breaking the bank.