Melody's Gifts by Louise Wade

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"This is a touching, true story about a determined, dedicated family’s search and journey to maximize the life of their daughter, Melody, although she was born profoundly disabled.
The author shares the intensive Doman-Delacato patterning program, countless, unique therapies and life-altering strategies which have empowered Melody to reach miraculous goals.
The book is written with heartache and tearful experiences balanced with lighthearted, fun-loving times. The reader becomes a part of the emotional impact of the story, which unfolds as an adventure.
Readers engrossed in the story won’t take even the smallest tasks for granted again. Each may become a part of the incredibly beautiful, unselfish, overflowing, powerful love Melody has expressed throughout her life.

About Louise Wade

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Published October 15, 2009 by Xlibris. 236 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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