Kerry Boudreaux signs "PRISM: Seeing the World Through the Hearts of People with Special Needs"
The Morris Book Shop is proud to host Kerry Boudreaux as he signs his new book PRISM: Seeing the World Through the Hearts of People with Special Needs.
About the book:
PRISM: Seeing the World Through the Hearts of People with Special Needs offers a unique perspective into what is possible when you share in the life of someone with special needs. Kerry Boudreaux was living a typical American life until the unexpected happened. He and his wife received the diagnosis that Kate, their third daughter, had Down syndrome. Kerry shares, "Life Glimpses" from his experiences of rearing a daughter with special needs. What he thought and anticipated was going to unfold versus what has actually happened are two totally different tales. Whether you're searching for some perspective as a new or expectant parent, or you're a family member of a child with special needs, or perhaps you just want an enjoyable read, Prism, Seeing the World Through the Hearts of People with Special Needs will be informative, entertaining, and inspirational.
About the author:
Kerry Boudreaux resides in Lexington, Ky, with his wife of 26 years and their three daughters. Kerry and his family participate in projects such as Brighter Tomorrows, www.brightertomorrows.org, which educates new and expectant parents - as well as physicians - about Down Syndrome. They often speak to churches and community organizations, advocating and sharing their life adventures of rearing a child with special needs. Kerry and Karen mentor students who are pursuing their education in fields such as medicine and education. Kerry holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and an MBA from the New York Institute of Technology. Karen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Murray State University. Kala is pursuing her Bachelor of Science Degree in international business and a minor in Spanish from the University of Kentucky. Kelsey is studying kinesiology at UK and plans to enter the University' physical therapy doctoral program. Kate is in the 7th grade at St. Peter and Paul Regional Catholic School. For more information visit us on Facebook at Prism, Seeing the World Through the Hearts of People with Special Needs.
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