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Dyspraxia and Sensory Processing Disorder

By Staff Editor
Oct 31, 2012 - 7:21:01 PM

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( - As the veil of denial is slowly lifted, author Michele Gianetti faces up to the fact that something is terribly wrong with her beautiful baby Elizabeth. Michele shares the journey of navigating the medical doctors, schools, and their family and friends while they discover Elizabeth’s special needs and the best way to handle their discovery.

Join her in I Believe In You as she travels a road unfamiliar to most parents, into Elizabeth's world, the world of dyspraxia and sensory processing disorder, and meet the wonderful group of individuals, both therapists and friends, who help her on her journey. Her devotion to Elizabeth proves there are some things that withstand even the greatest challenge: a mother's love and the words 'I believe in you.'
'...Sensory processing disorder is a family affair, not 'just' a challenge that affects children. Nowhere is this message more clear and poignant than in Michele Gianetti's new book, I Believe In You. Elizabeth is the child-protagonist, a resilient champion who eventually finds priceless and effective care, but no one is more devoted or steadfast than her mother, who advocates relentlessly for her baby...then for her big girl.'
—Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR

Director, STAR Center (Sensory Therapies and Research) and Executive Director, Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation
'A true read for anyone dealing with dyspraxia and its co-morbidity. The Gianettis are a strong family that dealt with adversity head on... This inspiring book is a must-read that makes you realize how the disorder affects the whole family and how love and dedication can allow the person with dyspraxia to succeed.'
—Warren Fried, Founder of Dyspraxia USA

The book can be purchased at website which contains mother's blog and is devoted to her book and her daughter. It can also be purchased at as well as amazon and barnes and

the cover cost is listed at 15.99
It is also available in audiobook form at the Tate site, as an download on the Apple website and as a Kindle or Nook download

The author maintains a facebook page devoted to SPD and dyspraxia and my daughter,and it can be found under Michele-Julius-Gianetti as well as the page titled "I Believe In You"


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