Forgotten and found: my life story
Written by CID Life Member Kim Walker, this book tells her story from childhood, to institutions, to community life and to becoming an amazing advocate.
Kim tells us the story of her life to explain why no child should grow up in an institution and separated from family. Kim’s story provides a powerful case for what she always wanted – all disability institutions to be closed and all people with disability to have a good life in the community.
You can purchase the book online using the order button on this page. The price of $37 includes postage and packing. Proceeds from the sale of the book will go toward CID’s work in empowering people with intellectual disability to speak up and have maximum choice and control in their lives.
Alternatively you can download an electronic version of the book for free.
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