Finally, a complex condition is broken down into layman’s terms that everyone can understand. Cindy Kennedy, a qualified Nutritional Medicine Practitioner and mother of two young children with Hashimoto’s reveals the secrets to successfully living with this autoimmune disease.
Reading Help! My Child Has Hashimoto’s is like sitting down with an old friend who has already been through it and wants to share their wisdom with you. It’s all the little things that no-one ever tells you about.
Cindy lets her sense of humor shine through as she walks you through her own family’s journey of autoimmune hypothyroidism.
Told from the heart, this is not just a how-to book, but an insight into the many ways that Hashimoto’s manifests itself, and how to overcome it to live a happy, healthy and productive life.
This book quite literally moved me to tears. In "Help! My Child Has Hashimoto’s" the author selflessly shares her experience from the early days of her child’s diagnosis through to the current day. She shares tools and resources to help families thrive in spite of this condition. Covering everything from doctor's appointments and medical testing to working with the education system. Yet "Help! My Child Has Hashimoto’s" is much more than a toolkit. It also provides emotional support from someone who knows EXACTLY what it means to live with Hashimoto’s. This is an important book and a must read for anyone dealing with a new hypothyroid diagnosis.
Cindy Kennedy's extraordinary book, Help! My Child Has Hashimoto's, opened my eyes wide to what it looks like, sounds like and feels like to be a parent of a child who has a long-term illness. She wrote with such grace, generosity and spectacular insight, this book will be and should be a must-read for all parents who have a child(ren) with Hashimoto's. But Ms. Kennedy's book actually transcends Hashimoto's disease. Her book, I believe, would be such a great benefit for any parent who just discovered their child has a long-term illness. The openness in which she tells her story, going into detail about what she learned overtime as the parent of her sick child(ren), the reality of the situation, and most importantly the hope she conveys, will surely be a comfort and a resource of amazing tips to help all parents like her make better sense of their new normal.
This book was well researched and extremely valuable. I'm a pharmacist, but didn't know much about this condition or what to tell parents. However, now I have an excellent reference for myself and parents of children who are affected by this.
As a qualified Nutritional Medicine Practitioner and mother of two young children both of whom have Hashimoto’s, she is passionate about raising awareness in the community on the plight of families living with invisible illness and helping people overcome their autoimmune and thyroid disease.
Cindy and her family live on a property in country NSW, which gives her a unique and personal insight into the difficulties that come with rural living such as reduced access to community support, mainstream medical care, and complementary Natural Medicine.
Through the use of modern technology, Cindy provides the tools via her practice and now her book to enable both city and rural families to access high quality, personalised Nutritional Medicine Services to take charge of their silent disease and live a healthy, productive and fulfilled life.
I hadn't thought of Hashimoto's since nursing school. I had forgotten how frustrating and devastating it can be. This book is written from both a personal and a professional standpoint. It will guide you in the understanding of the disorder and care of your child, as well as give you the much needed education and support needed to take this head on. It is written in a conversational manner, interlaced with need -to-know information, symptoms, definitions, and other resources you can utilize. This book should also be read by healthcare professionals so you can have somewhere to send your patients to get some easy to understand guidance from someone who is facing and dealing with the challenges of caring for someone with this illness. Get this book now. It will help.