Son-Rise: The Miracle Continues
|Author||Barry Neil Kaufman|
|Cover artist||Jim Marin (Pixel Media)|
|Subject||Parents of autistic children
|Publisher||H.J. Krammer Inc.|
Son-Rise: The Miracle Continues is a biographical book by Barry Neil Kaufman published in 1994. It was revived and expanded from the original book, Son-Rise, which spawned into the NBC television movie Son-Rise: A Miracle of Love securing the Humanitas Prize award in the 90-minute category.
Kaufman tells of the excursion that he and his wife, Samahria, take to fully recover their eighteen-month-old son from severe autism and profound mental retardation. Diagnosticians told the Kaufman's that their son, Raun, was hopelessly incurable and that he should live in a lifelong facility.
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