Oct 22


This practical guide is essential reading for both professionals and families of infants and toddlers with, or at risk for, developmental delays or disabilities. The Early Intervention Guidebook shows what early intervention looks like when it is based on current research, policies, and best practices. It focuses on how families and professionals can collaborate effectively so that young children learn, grow, and thrive. Chapters addresses important concepts of early intervention.

Read more about The Early Intervention Guidebook for Families and Professionals: Partnering for Success (Early Childhood Education Series).

Oct 10


Everyone is talking about signing with infants. Sign to Learn is the first complete introduction to appropriate sign language curriculum for young hearing preschoolers. In this unique resource, teachers will learn how to integrate American Sign Language (ASL) into their classrooms to enhance academic, social, and emotional development, as well as to introduce children respectfully to deaf culture. Appendixes include a thorough ASL illustration index, sample letters to families, and a resource li…

Read more about Sign to Learn: American Sign Language in the Early Childhood Classroom.

Sep 11


In 1983, Jane Bernstein had everything she ever wanted: a healthy four-year-old daughter, Charlotte; a happy marriage; a highly praised first novel; and a brand new baby, Rachel. But by the time Rachel was six weeks old, a neuro-ophthalmologist told Jane and her husband that their baby was blind. Although there was some hope that Rachel might gain partial vision as she grew, her condition was one that often resulted in seizure disorders and intellectual impairment. So began a series of medical a…

Read more about Loving Rachel: A Family’s Journey from Grief.

Sep 06


Babies and toddlers with Down syndrome, like all young children, want to discover their world and take on new experiences. I CAN, CAN YOU? is a delightful board book full of babies and toddlers with Down syndrome going about the business of their lives. Presented in crisp, uncluttered, full-color photographs, these children swim, take a bottle, share, eat spaghetti, laugh, play in the park, and more…looking adorable while doing it! I CAN, CAN YOU? is the perfect book for parents and children…

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Jun 13

A unique book focusing on assessment for the purpose of planning effective intervention programs, this book carefully and thoroughly examines assessment issues, considerations, and procedures that can help pinpoint intervention needs, and thus lead to more effective service. It presents fundamentals common to all assessment, as well as those specific to the assessment of young children. A focus on assessment of family concerns, resources, and prio… More >>

Assessing Infants and Preschoolers with Special Needs

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