This is a different kind of parenting book. It does not offer a new theory, nor does it presume to provide all the answers. Written for parents who are faced with a child’s disability, it is a slim guide that distills complex topics and questions into understandable and manageable maps for action. It quickly and succinctly gives readers what they are looking for—a guide to empowerment for parents who are overwhelmed, for couples who are struggling, for families who have lost their bearings. Written by a psychologist who specializes in developmental neuropsychology, this is a unique book for parents who have a child with a disability. The process of testing and diagnosis is explained, with a focus on how to think of and support a child’s learning differences. A short, easy to read book on a complex topic.