WALK IN MY SHOES: An Anthology on Usher Syndrome
This book is a collection of 27 personal accounts written by people with Usher syndrome and their family members. The authors are from all walks of life and the stories encompass a wide range of experiences. They are organized into five sections: “Diagnosis: Learning, Accepting, Living with Usher Syndrome,” “Life in an Usher Family,” “Independent Living,” “Professional Life as an Usher Person,” and “Inspiring Tales: Who Says I Can’t?” Merrimack Media.
DeWitt, Charlotte J. Ed., "WALK IN MY SHOES: An Anthology on Usher Syndrome" (2016). DeafBlind Culture and Community. 78.