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The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional Growth

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2004

    This is my new bible

    This book has and is still helping me for about 4 years now. This book sits right next to my bed and has more highlights in it than a college book. I highly recommened this book to anyone with a child. It is a excellent light read and helps parents feel like there is hope.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2001

    Help for the Clueless

    It is really difficult to get information on how to assist children with a mild case of pervasive developmental disorder. And much of this book is not devoted to PDD. However, the book provides a great framework for how to address PDD issues. While primarily written for children with a higher severity of disorder than my son's, so many of the techniques were useful for how I interacted with my son. Thus, if your child has severe disorders, read this book. If your child has mild disorders read it anyway, because all the techniques that are useful for children with severe disorders will be helpful for ones with mild disorders.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

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    A Book to come back to

    I borrow most of my reading on topics. I borrowed this one. However, I will be referring to it repeatedly, for the child I'm learning for and future children I will work with, so I purchased my own copy. I have a daughter who expects to have at least one child with autism spectrum disorder. I will be purchasing this book for her when she is actually expecting.

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