How to be a ‘Velvet Bulldozer'
Row illustrates how the special educational needs system works and empowers parents to demand help for children with special needs. This practical book challenges the theoretical established literature on SEN, providing an accessible and effective resource for those needing advice on their rights to services and help for their children.
This full-colour guide provides staff who work in residential special schools in England with information about the rules they must follow and their responsibilities for the services that the school should provide for the young people there
This full-colour accessible guide gives young people information on what should happen when they move into a residential special school in England and what that school should be doing for them
Written for parents, this guide provides information on the expectation of residential special schools located in England and the staff who work in them
A Comprehensive Training Manual for Paraprofessionals
This book will be essential reading for all classroom assistants and support staff working with children with pervasive developmental disorder, autism and Asperger syndrome. It provides strategies to address the most common and perplexing behaviours and is full of insights, tips and anecdotes that bring alive the everyday challenges.
Characteristics, Diagnosis and Treatment within an Educational Setting
The author provides an overview of the opinions expressed about NLD. She describes the cognitive, psychometric, socio-emotional and visual aspects, and also discusses how it can be diagnosed and how it associates itself with other conditions. She concludes by suggesting practical treatment strategies that can be applied at home and in school.
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