Oliver Medhurst sustained a traumatic head-injury in 1982, leaving him without speech or functional movement, but mentally unimpaired. This anthology of documents generated by his father over a thirty-year period illustrates the challenges the family have tried to confront in their son's care, treatment and education. All royalties from this book will be donated to the Oliver Medhurst Wheelchair Fund.
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