In case you’re interested, you can catch the profile of my work, and me, in the Infiniti ad appearing in tomorrow’s Wall Street Journal on page A 3. Thanks, Infiniti, for recognizing the value of what I do and putting it before such a great audience!

Since the book’s release I’ve been fortunate to continue to receive some terrific press coverage and reviews for my work. I just ran across a recent review in Durham Parent that I especially like, so I’m sharing the link here in case you’d like to check it out.

Editor Kevin Mackinnon gets my work better than most and his review reflects that, especially as he connects my work to that of five-time Ironman Champion triathlete Heather Gollnick, who also has a child with cerebral palsy.

I’ve often said (and written) that special needs parenting is much like running a marathon without the necessary training.

Mackinnon is a well-known former professional triathlete, a coach/trainer and frequent contibuter to the Canadian Broadcasting Company who is covering the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii this month.

His Nov. 17th, 2007 review of my book appears at

Here’s the link:

More great awareness for the cause of special needs!
Breakthrough Parenting for Children with Special Needs: Raising the Bar of Expectations