Elizabeth'S Song (Hardcover)

One Family'S Journey Through Autism

By Bishop

WestBow Press, 9781973624080, 138pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 2018

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (5/1/2018)

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Description

For more than eight years, author Dr. David A. Bishop and his family struggled to get answers for their daughter, Elizabeth, who was diagnosed with autism at only a year and a half old.

Autism is a condition approaching epidemic proportions. It has become so pervasive most public schools today have entire classrooms dedicated to teaching autistic children. Despite this prevalence, support, education, health care, and legal support have lagged. Autism is poorly understood by most people, yet just about everyone knows of a family or child afflicted with it.

In Elizabeth's Song, Bishop narrates their saga of love, tears, and hope, sharing the lessons they learned about handling common issues, such as health care, insurance, and educational needs. A how-to guide to also dealing with the emotional aspects of autism, it provides support, strength, and hope in the form of pertinent scripture and testimony of the endless blessing of God's love.



About the Author

Dr. David A. Bishop earned a bachelors degree in computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an MBA and doctorate in business administration from Georgia State University. He has worked as a technologist, speaker, teacher, and consultant for more than twenty-five years for several major corporations. Bishop and his wife, Deborah, have been married for seventeen years and have a ten-year-old daughter with autism.