My New Book!!!


So excited! With the help of a pretty great computer whiz, I have rereleased my book! I love the new color of the cover, it is the colors of DyspraxiaUSA.
Please have a look at it.
Thank you Joe Duncko for a really wonderful job!

DyspraxiaUSA is the foundation that I support!  It helps to raise awareness for the disorder and gain acceptance and support for those who have Dyspraxia.  So I am donating a portion of the sale of every book to this foundation.

Please go to Amazon and have a look at the new book.  It is on a Kindle format too!

Again so excited.

People Who Enter Your Journey

Sometimes I take a moment and think about all of the people who have entered into our lives as we have been on this journey with Elizabeth.  Sometime the people join us for a little while.

Other times, they are on the journey with us for a long time.

And sometimes, some people simply surprise you with the appearance. Continue reading

New Review!

How sweet is this story? How lovely that Emily loves Elizabeth so much even from page 2, Emily “does miss having her sister around.’  Obviously, Elizabeth (the sister) takes a lot out of Emily’s life.  Emily misses time with Mom and Dad and later we find out how embarrassing it is for her to have a sister with a disability. But what is wonderful about this book is the hope it conveys.  Emily ends up talking to Mom and Dad (focus on what is gained from honest communication) and Emily ends up getting so much support from her parents too (focus on what is gained from honest relationships). The girls become ‘the best of friends’. Michele Gianetti even leaves us with a gift; Elizabeth ‘side-stepped the girl drama of the tween years!” So really that is the best news about SPD . . .  with support and love so much can be overcome.  ? Michele Gianetti’s book is a winner; with empathy and authenticity, she has hit the ball out of the ball park.  A MUST READ!

Lucy Jane Miller, Ph.D, OTR

Founder, STAR Institute for SPD

Clinical Professor, Dept. of Pediatrics, University of Colorado Denver

Professor of Pediatrics, Rocky Mountain Colorado