What We As Physicians Can Learn From Our Patients (Neurology Today)
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Mary Jo Harbert, MD; Doris Trauner, MD
Neurology Today, American Academy of Neurology
"For doctors, this book reminds us that children with developmental disabilities also need to be challenged, just as neurotypical children do, so that they can maximize their potential."
Robert Rummel-Hudson's first book, Schuyler's Monster: A Father's Journey with His Wordless Daughter, tells the story of raising a little girl with a disability and learning to become the father she needs. It was published in February 2008 by St. Martin's...