Author Jessica Wisley’s new book “All Those Pieces” is memoir of the author’s experiences as a speech-language pathologist working with developmentally disabled adults

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Recent release “All Those Pieces” from Page Publishing author Jessica Wisley is a poignant memoir drawn from the author’s real-life experiences as a speech-language pathologist working with developmentally disabled adults, sharing stories of various individuals who have been diagnosed with both developmental and mental impairments.

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Jessica Wisley, a veteran of the United States Air Force and speech-language pathologist residing in upstate New York, has completed her new book “All Those Pieces”: a gripping and potent telling of the author’s experiences working as a speech-language pathologist for developmentally disabled adults.

Author Jessica Wisley writes, “Strolling into the large classroom to retrieve one of my students, I glimpsed her out of the corner of my eye. I immediately knew something bad was on the way. She was still seated but bore a look of sheer animal rage. As she jumped up and leapt toward me, I had just enough time to lift my right arm to shield my face (as I had been taught to do). She clamped down so fiercely on my forearm that she and I essentially became one. Her teeth cut into me as she threw me up against a desk. Time seems to freeze in such moments. I remember falling back on the desk, completely unable to move. The next thing I remember is feeling a release as a large woman pulled her off me. I was left half dazed. Her teeth had left their imprint on my arm, and I was bleeding…”

Published by Page Publishing, Jessica Wisley’s informative book is a memoir based on the author’s personal experiences as a speech-language pathologist working with developmentally disabled adults. In this illuminating work, the author shares the stories of a number of individuals who have been diagnosed with both developmental and mental impairments.

Through her elegant prose, the author sheds light on the specific issues such developmentally disabled people deal with on a daily basis. The included stories are sometimes tragic, eliciting well-earned tears, but at other times are enormously triumphant and inspirational, causing the reader to laugh and cheer. The ultimate goal of this book is that it leaves the reader with much more compassionate hearts towards all people, without any regard to their disabilities.

Readers who wish to experience this enlightening work can purchase “All Those Pieces” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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