Daily Review: Let Them See by Kimberly McGath

I promise you, this book will change your life and how you care for your children.

Vision is a gift most of us take for granted.

New parents have so many responsibilities and often are inundated with the dos and don’ts of parenting, so understandably eye checkups can fall to the back of the “to-do” list.

This journey will leave you with an indelible impression – your child’s vision is not a guarantee. This thought provoking account will “open your eyes” to the importance of making your child’s eye health a top priority, and will give you the tools to do so.

Kimberly McGath

Amazon Review

By Edna D. Gordon, LCSW

Kudos to Ms. McGath on her well-written, comprehensive, and empathic study of the rare and little-known eye disease of UVEITIS that for some can lead to blindness. Ms. McGath tells of her personal struggle of many years to finally find the correct diagnosis and treatment of her son’s Uveitis that had been threatening to rob him of his sight.

Ms. McGath’s excellent compendium covers many aspects of this subject, from early diagnosis and treatment of this disease to encouraging much-needed emotional support for the child afflicted with Uveitis as well as for family members.

This superb book should be in every pediatrician’s and ophthalmologist’s office as a much-needed aid in developing public awareness of this most serious eye disease that can “come like a thief in the night.”

Thank you, Ms. McGath, for taking a brilliant first step in this direction!

Amazon Review

By Dale Rutherford

Author Kimberly McGath pours out her heart and bares her soul in this heart-wrenching guide to parents highlighting the devastating effects of this little-known disease. If you are a parent, grandparent, or caregiver of children, this is a true MUST-READ booklet.

But, this is much more than your typical medical guide for dummies — Mrs. McGath shares her own heart-wrenching story as she struggles through the stages of anxious months of misdiagnosis, the trauma of finally discovering that her child has a rare and serious disease, and the anxieties associated with coulda, woulda, shoulda feelings of guilt and self-doubt.

I promise you, this book will change your life and how you care for your children.

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