Asperger S Syndrome In Young Children Is Easy To Read, With Lots Of Practical Ideas And Advice, Presented In A Sympathetic Manner It Would Be Most Useful For Teachers Or Professionals Who Are New To The Field Or Parents Who Believe Their Child May Be On The Asperger S Syndrome Spectrum It Is A Valuable Source Of Information On Strategies For Helping Young Children With Asperger S Syndrome To Realise Their Full Potential ChildrenNowThis Landmark Book Focuses On How AS Presents In Pre School Children An Essential Guide For Parents Coming To Terms With Their Child S AS Diagnosis And For The Professionals Who Work With This Age Group, It Is Unique In Answering Pressing Questions Specific To Younger Children How Can Parents Help Their AS Child To Develop Speech And Language What Help Is Available At School And Home When, If At All, Should A Child Be Informed About AS Including A Useful Summary Of Early Childhood Development Stages, Leventhal Belfer And Coe Provide A Diagnostic Model Based On Assessment Of The Child In Contrast To Neurotypical Children, Considering Relationships At Home, In School Or In Care Their Book Shows How To Develop Tailored Early Intervention Strategies And To Assist Parents, Teachers And Mental Health Professionals In Making Informed Decisions To Nurture The Development Of AS Children. I ordered this book the moment I decided to educate myself and it was one of the greatest choices I ve ever made.A complete guide for parents, teachers and researchers I would highly recommend it That world I read about, was a complete whole new world to me it took me a long time to figure some stuff and get to realize others I knew nothing Umm, I found the part when it spoke about grou
Good book to begin an eduction id dealing with Aspergers in kids.
- 320 pages
- Asperger Syndrome in Young Children: A Developmental Approach for Parents and Professionals
- Laurie Leventhal-Belfer
- 17 November 2017 Laurie Leventhal-Belfer