“Bronson uses his hands with manly pride. There is precision in his movements. He is deliberate, slow and meticulous. We chat as he asks for the tools, smiling as I hand them to him as if he were a surgeon. Then, task finished, he stands back to survey his handiwork. Bronson has started a training course. He has a job. He’s a working class man. Now he moves in the world of men and machines, strangers and family alike, with satisfaction and humour - living beyond a minimal life. Given ‘wings to fly’.”
Brooks continues the journey with her son, Bronson, with life after ‘I’m not broken, I’m just different’. Some untold earlier stories are included. The book contains chapters by Prof. Tony Attwood, Dr John Miller and Dr Steele Fitchett on the future of Asperger's, which bring hope. The focus of this sequel is to give a clearer view of the struggle adults with Asperger’s and their families face daily, in a narrative that is real,... More > engaging and accessible.< Less
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