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We've got this : stories of disabled parenting / Eliza Hull.

By: Hull, Eliza
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Collingwood : Black Inc., 2022Description: 1 online resourceISBN: 9781743822241Subject(s): Childhood | Books by parents | Parent-led advocacy | Resources for parents | Disability rights and the neurodiversity movement | Books by autistic authorsOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword by Jamila Rizvi -- Introduction by Eliza Hull -- Micheline Lee -- Sam Drummond -- Brent Phillips -- Nat Bartsch, with Jeremy Hopkins -- Jax Jacki Brown -- Renay Barker-Mulholland -- Jacinta Parsons -- Leah and Ben Van Poppel -- Debra Keenahan -- Elly May Barnes -- Jasper Peach -- Brian Edwards -- Kristy Forbes -- Graeme Innes -- Mandy McCracken -- Heather Smith -- Carol Taylor -- Shakira Hussein -- Jaclyn and Garry Lynch -- Nicole Lee -- Neangok Chair -- Lefa Singleton-Norton -- Liel K. Bridgford -- Jessica Smith -- Rebekah G. Taussig -- Back Cover.
Summary: The first major anthology by parents with disabilities.
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword by Jamila Rizvi -- Introduction by Eliza Hull -- Micheline Lee -- Sam Drummond -- Brent Phillips -- Nat Bartsch, with Jeremy Hopkins -- Jax Jacki Brown -- Renay Barker-Mulholland -- Jacinta Parsons -- Leah and Ben Van Poppel -- Debra Keenahan -- Elly May Barnes -- Jasper Peach -- Brian Edwards -- Kristy Forbes -- Graeme Innes -- Mandy McCracken -- Heather Smith -- Carol Taylor -- Shakira Hussein -- Jaclyn and Garry Lynch -- Nicole Lee -- Neangok Chair -- Lefa Singleton-Norton -- Liel K. Bridgford -- Jessica Smith -- Rebekah G. Taussig -- Back Cover.

The first major anthology by parents with disabilities.