3 edition of The common sense guide to your child"s special needs found in the catalog.
The common sense guide to your child"s special needs
|Statement||by Louis Pellegrino|
|LC Classifications||LC3969 .P45 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012011719|
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Louis Pellegrino M.D. B.A. M.D. (Author), Mark Batshaw M.D. (Foreword) out of 5 stars 2 ratings5/5(2). Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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Get this from a library. The common sense guide to your child's special needs: when to worry, when to wait, what to do. [Louis Pellegrino] -- Pediatrician Louis Pellegrino gives you clear and down-to-earth answers in this new version of the trusted bestseller When Your Child Has a Disability.
Now streamlined and reorganized by key. The Common Sense Guide to Your Child's Special Needs: When to Worry, When to Wait, What to Do "This book really is a common-sense approach to helping parents understand their child's developmental delay or disability, and it affirms the parent's role as the expert on their child.
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UNIT 1: Case studies of children with special needs a child with a learning disorder an ethnic minority child a girl from a poor family a child with a physical disability UNIT 2: Reflecting on Experience of Special Needs why children develop difficulties sharing experiences of teaching children with special needs.
It can be challenging to select instructional materials and methods, which will enrich student learning.
The key is first understanding the needs of every student. In particular, all teachers need to understand how to provide for students with special needs. Rachelle Dene Poth shares what she has learned. This book encourages children not to make assumptions about other people. It explains how disabilities can come about, how children with disabilities can get the help they need, and how we are all very much the same.
Howie Helps Himself, by Joan Fassler. This is an honest book about children with severe disabilities. Remember as well to build in more freedom and responsibility as your child grows. 5 golden rules of discipline. 1. Stand firm. We all hate conflict, but if you don’t stick to the rules and consequences you set up, your kids aren’t likely to either, says Wooding.
2. Pick your battles.needs common to all human beings. Maslow: Basic Needs and Learning. Abraham Maslow described a hierarchy of needs common to all human. beings. The hierarchy demonstrates that basic needs must be met before children are able to focus on learning.
Physiological. needs are hunger, thirst, and bodily comfort. Because a hungry.Special Needs Children. Raising and working with kids who have special needs requires daily patience and commitment. Learn about common challenges and concerns and find support.