The Fort Greene resident is not only about to release her first book, “The Mercury Fountain,” but she wrote the novel while raising three kids — one of them with cerebral palsy and autism — and starting Extreme Kids and Crew, a center catered to the needs of families with disabled children.
A ‘Fountain’ of Kudos for First-Time Novelist Eliza Factor
2016-11-10T10:12:17-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, Entertainment, General, Lifestyle, Parenting|Tags: all disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, brooklyn, cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, down syndrome, Eliza Factor., Extreme Kids and Crew, inclusion, mitochondrial disorders, rare or undiagnosed disorders, spinal muscular atrophy, The Mercury Fountain|0 Comments
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