Teresa Unnerstall

What:

Teresa Unnerstall will appear in conversation with Valerie Koehler to discuss her book A New Course: A Mother's Journey Navigating Down Syndrome and Autism. This event will take place on Blue Willow's Facebook Live stream.

When:

Thursday, November 19, 2020, 7:00pm Central time

We work hard to bring events to our community for free, because connecting readers with authors is central to our mission. But these programs are not free for us to put on! If you’re interested in attending this event, we hope you’ll consider purchasing a copy of A New Course: A Mother's Journey Navigating Down Syndrome and Autism from our bookshop.  Your support is critical to keeping us here and offering events like this, and we hope to do that for many years to come! 

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About the Author:

Teresa Unnerstall provides guidance and hope steeped in more than 25 years of experience. She is a parent turned educational speaker, writer, advocate, and consultant. Her determination to find resources, support, and specialists helped her son to reach his full potential.

Ordering:

Payment type must be "CreditCard." Shipping will be charged if you want the book shipped to you. If you'd prefer to use our curbside pickup program, we ask that you please collect your book(s) within one month of the event date. After that date, your book will be donated to a Houston-based literacy organization.

International shipping will be $35.00.

Event date: 
Thursday, November 19, 2020 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
A New Course: A Mother's Journey Navigating Down Syndrome and Autism Cover Image
$14.99
ISBN: 9781948604505
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Kat Biggie Press - May 5th, 2020

Shortly after Teresa gave birth to her second son, Nick, he was diagnosed with Down syndrome. Early infant and child intervention helped Nick reach developmental milestones in his own time. But there was more to come when Nick hit third grade. A wave of fire alarm-pulling along with other serious and dangerous behaviors signaled that this was something more than just Down syndrome.