Living with Max. Sandy Lewis

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  • Hardcover
  • Living with Max. Sandy Lewis
  • Sandy Lewis
  • English
  • 24 February 2018
  • 0091922089

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10 thoughts on “Living with Max. Sandy Lewis

  1. Bookguide says:

    This isn t the book to read if you re looking for official background information and advice about Down s Syndrome, but is an interesting insight into the world of a mother of a handicapped child About the struggles with bureaucracy, the extra effort it takes to get the best for your child to help him achieve his potential, the mixed feelings of love and pride in all he has achieved combined with irritation and frustration at the things he is denied Sandy Lewis is completely open about her inn This isn t the book to read if you re looking for official background information and advice about Down s Syndrome, but is an interesting insight into the world of a mother of a handicapped child About the struggles with bureaucracy, the extra effort it takes to get the best for your child to help him achieve his potential, the mixed feelings of love and pride in all he has achieved combined with irritation and frustration at the things he is denied Sandy Lewis is completely open about her inner dialogue and her own feelings, at the risk of being too open and revealing the ugly thoughts and actions as well as theadmirable ones I recognise her feelings evoked by having a second child who isneuro typical which allows you to thumb your nose at all the family, experts and strangers who have cast aspersions on your ability to parent, because now you can finally show that your eldest child s challenging behaviour is not the result of lack of mothering skillsHaving Charlie empowered me I could now see with my own eyes, understand with my own mind, all there was to know about a normal baby and I felt reassured because I saw there is no difference That knowledge gave me strength I was no longer a poor excuse for a mother I could now raise my head high and rebut all those people who d levelled at me the charge of not understanding real motherhood Having Charlie enabled me to click all my armour into place I no longer felt vulnerable, as if I was someone who could evoke only pity I felt no different towards either one of my sons, but it made me feel very different towards everyone else Sandy Lewis comes across as a somewhat neurotic first time mother who gets stuck in the role of protector and defender of a child who needs fighting for I respect her for the fight she put up for her special needs child, but sometimes she does seem to have a thin skin, being hurt by people looking twice at her son she assumes that this is due to pity or curiosity, rather than simple interest and enjoyment of a childlike individual It must be a difficult path to tread, but at least outsiders are able to see the visible signs of handicap and hopefully make allowances.It was also interesting to read about how Sandy turned to homeopathy and alternative remedies to help treat Max s health problems I know how desperate a sick child can make you and whatever the hard science says, many alternative therapies help I d forgotten about cranial manipulation a friend of mine had fantastic results with it for her daughter who had constant ear infections.Sandy Lewis book is perhaps not perfectly written with somewhat too much poor me complaining for comfort, but I nevertheless enjoyed it as a view into a positive way of living with a special needs child I have to say that I preferred Jacqui Jackson s Multicoloured Mayhem Parenting the Many Shades of Adolescents and Children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome and AD HD and various other personal accounts of parenting children who need extra help, but that may have been because I identifystrongly with autistic spectrum and ADHD ADD books Nevertheless, it was worth reading

  2. Beth Lee says:

    It was a good book, about a little boy with Down syndrome and gives an insite into what it was like growing up to 0 13yrs and showed his great personality and zest for life Would read it again, it is written by his mum who has gone through struggles of her own e.g depression, alcohol and people critising her and looking down on max He does not let anything bother him, and even gets a starring role in a drama on tv.

  3. Kelley says:

    Don t read, esp as a new parent to a child with Down syndrome I m still working on getting the things learned from this book out of my well meaning relatives minds.Why 1 poor writing style often feels like reading a list of What I Did Today The other reason why not for new parents is that Max has some severe problems and the book doesn t help you to understand that these are not universal

  4. Fiona Vieira says:

    Shares both the worst and best things that they have faced as a family.