A Guide for Parents
This book takes a comprehensive look at every aspect of the legal divorce process, and addresses the legal issues that divorcing parents of children with special needs face. It guides parents through the initial hurdles of choosing the right lawyer for their case, and explains exactly how to work with them to achieve the best possible outcome.
A Guide to Developmental, Neurobiological and Psychological Disorders for Parents and Professionals
'This book is aimed at parents and professionals and covers 70 childhood disorders, providing information on the causes, signs and symptoms, cures, treatments and prognosis. There are also case studies of particular disorders.'
- Nursery World
Canada’s War Blinded in Peace and War
Illuminates the challenges faced by Canada’s war-blinded veterans and outlines the history of the Sir Arthur Pearson Association of War Blinded, an advocacy group for all Canadian veterans and blind citizens.
Exploring disabled children's participation
This full-colour guide describes the challenges and opportunities for disabled children and young people wanting to participate in the decisions and issues that affect them
In the USA alone, there are roughly three million individuals living with a developmental disability, but less than a third are active in the labour market. This book provides a comprehensive approach to developing a successful jobs program for persons with developmental disabilities, drawn from the author's extensive experience and real success.
This is an innovative course for groups of children aged 2-4. Each group session is planned around a theme e.g. 'The Zoo', providing an anchor for the children to gain meaning from the activities that will help them learn to sit still, not talk, look at the speaker and think about the words - all vital skills in good listening.
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