B. Suzanne, a pen name, received a B.A. from The University of Rochester and M.A. from the George Washington University. Suzanne has studied and travelled abroad and has done volunteer service. The author has worked in the fields of non-profit, development, and education and currently enjoys teaching and empowering school age children. Suzanne can't help feeling that being a Capricorn, and left-handed has enabled the author to view the world in terms of various shades of gray, rather than absolute black and white. Suzanne lives in the southeast with author's family and beloved rescue dog.
Diagnosis does not define who we are—or what we can become. The diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, a neurodevelopment condition impacting language, communication and social skills, too often defines limits instead of possibilities. This book offers one family’s journey, with inspiring stories that touch on the issues and concerns exceptional children and their families face.