Jul 27


This book is written to provide teachers, social workers, school psychologists, counselors, and other professionals who work with children a comprehensive guide to selecting and using children’s books to teach about disabilities. …

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Jun 24

This new book is a comprehensive resource for school-based professionals who work with the increasing number of children with cochlear implants. Focusing on giving the reader critical background information, the well-known authors begin with the history, technology, and functionality of cochlear implants. They cover the changes seen in the populations now utilizing these devices and describe how the impact of having an implant can affect a child. Finally, they hi… More >>

School Professionals Working With Children With Cochlear Implants

May 26

Offering a balanced overview of complementary and alternative therapies, this book will be useful for parents of children with autism, ADD or other learning disabilities.The book covers a wide variety of mind-body interventions and manipulative techniques, as well as energy therapies, biologically based methods, and alternative medical systems. For each approach, the author provides a detailed description of what the treatment involves, which professionals will be w… More >>

Understanding Controversial Therapies for Children With Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Other Learning Disabilities: A Guide to Complementary and Alternative Medicine

May 24

In a straightforward and empathetic tone, Adelizzi and Goss sensitively offer support to parents of children with learning disabilities who wish to see their children grow to their full potential. While juggling the complex expectations imposed upon them, parents often combat confusion, anger, fear, sadness, and frustration. This book will help diffuse these overwhelming feelings, empowering parents with the ability to provide the academic and personal support their… More >>

Parenting Children with Learning Disabilities

May 24

In the US today, there is a strong impetus towards educating children with various disabilities in mainstream settings rather than in isolated schools or classrooms. The inclusion of deaf and hard of hearing children in mainstream settings has added new challenges to clinicians whose caseload in the past would likely not have included these children. Few professional training programs offer more than basic information about working with students with hearing loss…. More >>

Enhancing Communication Skills of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children in the Mainstream

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