19 July 2008

Here is a note from Dr. Loewenstein

Support the expansion of Susan Bennett’s Living With Cerebral Palsy Website and receive a free signed copy of “For the Love of Rachel: A Father’s Story”, winner of Reader Views 2007 Inspirational as well as Non-Fiction Book of the Year by David Loewenstein PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Miami School of Medicine. No amount is too small, but the first 5 people who contribute an amount 50 Euros The XE.com Universal Currency Converter will receive a free inscribed copy by both the author and his daughter Rachel!

Here is a note from Dr. Loewenstein:
Several months ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Susan Bennett who runs the website Living with Cerebral Palsy. Susie, who was born with Cerebral Palsy and later diagnosed with scoliosis in her 20s developed a wonderful website to provide information and support to individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Having a daughter with cerebral palsy as well as visual and hearing loss, I was intrigued with all of the useful information provided. In my subsequent conversations with Susie, I learned how committed she is to providing valuable information about CP and expanding the site to include information and support for so many other people with disabilities around the world. People like Susie help to build bridges that connect people and I am proud to contribute to building and upgrading the website that Susie has maintained for years with her modest funds. I encourage all of Susie’s readers to s upport her effort in maintaining and expanding her wonderful site. No donation is too small and all funds go to helping to expand and enhance this valuable website and the positive impact that it can make for people with disabilities and their families. We all have to stick together, so I hope that you will consider making a donation today. Wishing you many precious moments of happiness and success.

- David Loewenstein, PhD, Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology
Author: For the Love of Rachel: A Father’s Story www.enalan.com

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