New Book Sees World Through Eyes of Autistic Child
The book is a story of an autistic boy who was taken from his mom and dad at about age 9 and was placed in foster care. The boy, Lincoln, had difficulties socially and emotionally in the processing and transferring of what and how he was feeling and thinking and would project his frustration through several unacceptable behaviors. He wanted to return to live with his mom and dad, but several unfortunate events were hindering him from doing so. His zone of transient comfort were three caregivers and the foster home he spent most of his years, but his situation will soon be changed.
"I think that mental challenges are complex, and they are real; they are not easily understood and it can become frustrating; this book highlights just that," Dyce shares. "I would love that after reading this book, readers will be a little more knowledgeable about autism and further develop care, love and consideration for those with mental challenges."
"The Mysterious Case of Lincoln"
By Dwight Dyce
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781490787213
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781490787206
E-Book | 126 pages | ISBN 9781490787244
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dwight Dyce grew up in the rural district of Murray Mountain in Jamaica. He earned his bachelor's degree in guidance and counseling in 2009 from International University of the Caribbean (IUC) and a master's degree in teaching and learning from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota in 2015. Presently, he is studying Master of Arts in clinical consulting psychology at Assumption College. Dyce worked as a guidance counselor in Jamaica for six years, at the primary and secondary levels. Currently, he is living and working in Worcester with a non-profit organization in the field of social services, as a rehabilitation counselor for at-risk youth in Massachusetts.
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