After writing three books on learning disabilities, Anne Ford traveled the country and has been asked numerous times, "How can I balance my attention between my two children, one with LD and one without? The one with the disability requires so much attention." This challenge is faced by many families. Parents need to be aware of this delicate situation (some do not believe there is a problem at all) because if it is not dealt with, it can lead to serious future difficulties, including lingering resentment and hostility. This new book, THE FORGOTTEN CHILD, is co-authored with John-Richard Thompson (who has also collaborated with Anne Ford on her three previous books) helps parents confront this important issue and guide the family onto a better, more loving course.