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About Invisible Parent

When my son Noah first got diagnosed, the daily stress began. Over the next 20 years, I’d lay in bed wondering how I would fund a child with a lifelong disability. Questions without answers would overwhelm my mind. Do I save for his retirement or mine? Am I getting the best medical care for him? Would he ever drive, find love, make friends, or find a sense of independence? Why is it so hard to get help? What happens to him when I die? All too often, parents and caregivers are consumed with worry. As Noah transitioned into an adult, I wished I had worried less and enjoyed the journey more. With the proper support, the ability to let go of fear, and patience, Noah lives his life to the fullest potential and thrives. Hope is at the center of our journey. My hope is that you will find it on yours.

About the Co-Author, Tim Agnew

Timothy Agnew is the co-author of Kinesiology for Manual Therapies (McGraw Hill Higher Education) and co-wrote Invisible Parents: A Book of Hope. His short fiction has appeared in the Roanoke Review, Skylark (Purdue University Calumet), and the short story collection A Cup of Comfort. His articles have appeared in national magazines and medical journals, and his academic work includes papers on pharmacology, nursing, and medicine. He is the editorial copywriter for Maytronics International.

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