Welcome to the resource section where you will find a list of some good books available to parents and families.


If you believe a good book should be added in this section, please feel free to contact us.



When Pregnancy Isn't Perfect : A Layperson's Guide To Complications In Pregnancy
(Laurie A. Rich)

High Risk Pregnancy and Feotal Diagnosis;your journey

      (Stephanie Azri)

 Special Children, Challenged Parents: The Struggles and Rewards of Raising a Child With a Disability
(Robert A. Naseef)

 Living in My Skin, An Insider's View of Life with a Special Needs Child
(Lori Hickman)

The Parent to Parent Handbook, Connecting Families of Children with Special Needs
(Betsy Santelli, Florene Stewart Poyadue and Jane Leora Young)

 In Time and With Love: Caring for the Special Needs Baby
(Marilyn Segal)

 After the Tears: Parents Talk About Raising a Child With a Disability
     (Robin Simons)

When a baby dies: the experience of late miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal death.           (Nancy Kohner) 

 Help, comfort and hope after losing your baby in pregnancy or the first year.   

     (Hannah Lothrop)

Not Compatible with Life: a diary of Keeping Daniel

(Kylie Sheffield, www.trisomyoz.bounce.com.au for a PDF copy of the book)

 Healing together: for couples grieving the death of their baby.                                              

     (Lister & Lovell) 

 A time to decide, A time to heal- for parents making difficult decisions.     

   (Molly Minnick & Mary Ciotti)

 Genetic terminations


 Grief therapy for men

(Mundy Linus)

  Precious lives. Painful choices

(Sherokee Ilse)








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