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D and moved by her plight by the difficulties she was forced to ndure and the life she has lived A must Read You Will Truly Take You will truly take walk in Ms Bolander s shoes and your heart will be stirred with unwavering compassion This memoir tells the real story of Anne Bolander who was misdiagnosed as retarded when she was actually deaf She ndures heart breaking abuse both at a privately run home and from her birth family She xperiences small kindnesses from her grandmother and from the nuns at another home where she is correctly diagnosed as deaf But her family continues to treat her as if she s retarded and she xperiences horrific abuse and neglect at their hands She finally gets a job and makes nough money to get a car and move out on her own only to be repeatedly taken advantage of by a series of friends who use her for her home and her money Anne is so starved for love and friendship that she loses apartments cars and over 80000 in cash to various friends who take advantage of her By the nd of the book she s still a damaged person but she makes some real friends finds a good therapist and a woman her co author who helps her tell her life storyI ve had this book on my to read list for a while and put it off because I xpected it to be depressing considering the subject matter But while this first person narrative does Contain Very Sad And very sad and themes Anne s voice will pull you along and make you want to know what happens next If you re anything like me you ll be holding your breath waiting for her luck to change and for something good to happen to her It was hard to put down and I finished it in 3 days. Nd placed in St Mary's of Providence Center where teachers correctly assessed her as deaf not retarded After only one year Anne returned home and there survived many years of abuse Her story calls for vigilance today and veryday. ,


Autobiography by a deaf woman who was institutionalized as a mentally handicapped child by a family who refused to acknowledge her deafness and ndured as a mentally handicapped child by a family who refused to acknowledge her deafness and ndured of abuse in a terrible place Unable
to put it 
put it until I finished it I probably read this book in 2000 when it came out I was around 12 and would often pluck books from the new shelf at my local library I still remember some of the lines of this book after all this time It s bleak and has some adult content I was too young for But I still really recomm Anne Bolander s story about growing up hard of hearing while veryone thought she was mentally disabled She s sent away at a young age to an institution that is nothing but abuse and neglect When she comes home abuse It s a very depressing and disturbing storyAs I was reading I was compelled to keep reading as I waited for someone to rescue her and give the book a happy A Certain Justice (Adam Dalgliesh, ending Well there s some of that but not nearly soonnoughI realize there s a whole genre of books like this and I just wonder how anyone can want to read than one of themIt s important that people s stories like this get told But why are some people so ager to listen I knew Anne from some classes in college A funny very kind woman Honored to read this book while knowing her I wasn t really sure how to review this book The to read this book while knowing her I wasn t really sure how to review this book The and storytelling is pretty good which is why I gave it 4 stars However the sheer fact that she had to go through all of these xperiences is horrifying I strongly recommend reading this book because it s really important to know that these kinds of xperiences did happen to people with disabilities in. I was six years old alone and terrified and no one knew that I was deaf So began Anne Bolander's five year ordeal at an institution for retarded and unwanted children Emotions were not allowed at the institution where children we. The relatively recent past I read this book probably 8 10 years ago
but it was 
it was very vivid story and I still remember it This book opened my yes to just how many vil people there are who will brutally take advantage of a weaker person It wasn t just Margie and the OTHER PEOPLE AT THE SCHOOL BUT HER FATHER STEPMOTHER people at the school but her father stepmother at the factory tc and it continued long after Anne became an adult If you see someone being abused or taken advantage of help them They need you Don t just stand by DO SOMETHING to stop the injustice I m sad to see this book is out of print but I hope it will continue to be available through libraries for years to come My copy was checked out from the local library Imagine my surprise when it was a signed copy with a note from the author Imagine The Power Of A Choice even surprise when she starts mentioning the city where I was born and live in and places that I recognize and go to all the time It was anerie feeling The story itself was powerful in its painful honesty and clearly it is a tale that needs to be told Too many people are ignorant about society s horrific gut wrenching track record with regard to disabled people This wasn t ven that long ago The author is my parents age regard to disabled people This wasn t ven that long ago The author is my parents age is a very hard book to read but veryone needs to rea Remarkable heart breaking story that is xactly as the title promises A Deaf Woman s Ordeal of Misdiagnosis Institutionalization and Abuse Despite the years of beatings and The Case for Paleolibertarianism and Realignment on the Right emotional abuse that Annendured her will and her spirit remain An account of the most unimagineable unspeakable treatment of this woman as a young child teen and adult I am deeply saddene. Re beaten bloody for laughing crying or Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling even touching another child Children lived a roboticxistence and like robots were known by numbers instead of names Anne was #87She ndured five years of this abuse before being removed
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I Was #87: A Deaf Woman's Ordeal of Misdiagnosis, Institutionalization, and Abuse