Victoria Taylor lives in Wales with her husband and 2 children. She began writing as a way of helping her young daughter come to terms with her father's rare brain condition, IH.
"Caitlin's Wish is an imaginative, thought provoking book which is
beautifully illustrated. Reading it will encourage greater empathy,
respect and tolerance from all ages who are not personally affected
by illness or disability themselves." -- Mr K. Napieralla.
"Caitlin's Wish helps families and educators navigate the uncertainty of chronic illness and guide children in a creative and loving way." -- Dr. E. Tanne * The IH Research Foundation *
"Caitlin's Wish is a terrific resource in Schools and Youth settings to ensure that all young people have a better understanding of the road travelled by young people with caring responsibilities." -- Mrs. A. Roberts * Crossroads Care *
"Caitlin's Wish is a moving story which really engages the reader and is appealing on many different levels. Children of all ages who hear or read this story will remember it and the messages it conveys for a very long time." * Neath Port Talbot Young Carers Forum *
"An inspirational read." -- Manager * Children with Disabilities service *