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My Baby Can Dance
Release date: February 21, 2006
Connections Center Publishing
Contact: Hannah Gutstein
Ph: 713-838-1362 ext. 124

Everyone dreams of what their perfect life will hold. From birth we are told about a white picket fence, a beautiful home, two kids and a dog, a loving family, friends and a partner that will take care of us. For the families of “My Baby Can Dance” these ideas were replaced with new dreams; taking joy in play, looking into your child’s face and seeing recognition and taking pleasure in small miracles.

“My Baby Can Dance” chronicles 11 families as they discover that life is anything but straightforward. From one family’s version of taking autism on the road to another child’s realization that his first love interest lies in a psychologist’s waiting room, each family on the surface tells a story about autism and underneath a story about growing up. In addition, each chapter includes the perspective of the family’s professional as they challenge the autism treatments that their careers were founded on, and find the missing pieces to a lifetime of research, therapy and sometimes even family.

Full of beautifully woven accounts and painful honesty, “My Baby Can Dance” is an astonishing reminder of what inspires passion in all of us and the lengths that we will go for the love of a child.

With an introduction by Dr. Steven Gutstein Ph.D. author of the international bestselling book, “Solving the Relationship Puzzle” and founder of the Relationship Development Intervention® Program, “My Baby Can Dance” is the culmination of fifteen years of research and clinical therapy in the field of autism along with the collaboration of consultants, teachers, parents and professionals around the world.


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