Fatherhood – Mental Health – Parenting – Autism – Happy Life 

 

"I have tears in my eyes, son."

"You said “Dad”! For the first time, it wasn’t echolalia: a random
word repeated after me or someone else. You were six
years, two months and two days old on the day when you said
“Dad” for the first time on your own.
DAD!"

"You said “Dad”! For the first time, it wasn’t echolalia: a random
word repeated after me or someone else. You were six
years, two months and two days old on the day when you said
“Dad” for the first time on your own.
DAD!"

"You said “Dad”! For the first time, it wasn’t echolalia: a random
word repeated after me or someone else. You were six
years, two months and two days old on the day when you said
“Dad” for the first time on your own.
DAD!"

“The A Word by Niko Sadlowski is one of the most powerful, educational and touching books I have read - I could certainly feel all the emotions coming through the pages. Incredible”


Mark Williams International Campaigner and Author

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