Read an extract from 'My Child's Different', featured in The Telegraph

24 June 2021

‹Read the full extract here.

In My Child™s Different Elaine shares the true story of her son Sam, who by the age of seven had been excluded from three schools and was later labelled with a whole host of conditions “ ranging from autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) to pathological demand avoidance (PDA), before finally being diagnosed with dyslexia. He had become ˜the Alphabet Kid™. His family never gave up on him, however ¦

Drawing lessons from Sam™s transformational journey from difficult child to budding entrepreneur, My Child™s Different offers encouragement to parents who may be concerned about what the future might hold, and demonstrates how “ with the right support and positive parenting skills “ their children can grow up to surprise and delight them.

Discover the book here.


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