‘If you have ever thought what it would be like to bring up a child and a young person with congenital heart disease and complex learning disabilities - or are involved with the child’s care - this book will stimulate your thoughts and touch your emotions.’

Michael A. Gatzoulis Professor of Cardiology, Congenital Heart Disease Adult Congenital Heart Centre & Centre for Pulmonary Hypertension Royal Brompton Hospital & Harefield NHS Trust London, UK.

‘As a mother of a chronically ill child, I found this book extremely encouraging. Deborah's courage to question doctors will inspire others to do likewise. Raising Tiffany is a well-written and hauntingly moving account of a young life.'

Michelle McCarthy, Charity Fund Raiser, UK.

Radio interview on BBC Radio Manchester with Heather Stott
Radio interview on BBC Radio Manchester with Heather Stott
Radio interview on Life FM with Rosemary Laryea
Radio interview on Life FM with Rosemary Laryea
This is a story of anguish and fear, enduring hope, determination and admiration, all inspired by a girl who often stopped short of slipping over the edge. One who blossomed and developed many passions – for music, opera, stimulating friendships and for cake! Tiffany’s parents commemorated her love for life by donating her body to science.

Parents in a similar situation will be encouraged by the way Deborah continued to challenge medical authority. Too many doctors do not realise that a mother needs to know the facts, and often feel she wouldn’t understand anyway.

Raising Tiffany portrays the gifts of a very special girl. It is a message of love, joy and admiration. Beyond a memoir, it celebrates life. It sings!

‘Tiffany’s elegance, determination and independence made her a very special young lady. It has been a pleasure and privilege knowing her; teaching her. She has really touched our lives and will always be in our memories.’

Nicky and Neata, Nash College

'Tiffany has been a ray of sunshine and an inspiration to us, Suzi most of all. Suzi, we know, will miss her best friend; the times they spent together; the happiness, fun and laughter they shared. We will always remember Tiffany.'

Debbie, Suzie's Mum

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