Roger Wilson-Hinds wrote this small book in his 80’s. He is NOW a deafblind person, meaning that both his sight and hearing are severely damaged.
He reflects on the way he grew up as a blind child and how his abilities were moulded by his education and parenting. Between the lines Roger makes the case for investing in a disabled child so that the adult life can be fulfilling and in no way a burden on society.
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