Letter to Louis by Alison White

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This book is an essential read for anyone who has ever moaned about their taxes going to pay for disability services: it should be legally required reading for anyone in the medical profession or anyone with the power to decide about cuts to those services.
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This is a memoir about hope - hope in others, hope in systems, and hope for the future.

I've never quite known where to begin when someone asks me what I've been up to. I've never quite known how to explain what our daily life is like. I wanted to write how it is in order to give others a greater understanding of disability and caring. And to be totally honest, I wanted to write something that would make people consider being Louis's friend.

So here is me introducing you: Louis, this is your story. Readers, this is my son.

 

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Published January 16, 2018 by Faber & Faber. 352 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Louise Doughty on Jan 16 2018

This book is an essential read for anyone who has ever moaned about their taxes going to pay for disability services: it should be legally required reading for anyone in the medical profession or anyone with the power to decide about cuts to those services.

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