Walking Hand in Hand with Cameron, Together We Can
shares the Enck family's journey into the world of special-needs parenting. Travel with them as they share the feelings they felt as they learned of Cameron's brain damage and their struggles to obtain therapies for Cameron despite obstacles from their HMO. Understand why the Encks' have now made it their mission to educate medical professionals on how to deliver a diagnosis with care and compassion. Also learn why the Encks' are committed to educating people to see Cameron for who he is, not what condition he has.
This book is a culmination of Becki's four-year-long personal journey of finding her life's purpose out of one of the hardest, most painful, yet most personally rewarding and enriching experiences of her life. As you read this book, you will understand why the statement Dr. Shah spoke to the Encks' the evening he delivered the news that Cameron had suffered extensive brain damage, "The day you say Cameron will never do something, he never will!," has become their life philosophy.
Becki Enck holds a Master?s degree in Public Health with an emphasis in Health Promotion and Health Education and is the proud mother of Abby and Cameron. Becki is a frequent speaker on the topic of how to deliver a medical diagnosis with care and compassion. Becki resides in Illinois.