Helping a Child with Nonverbal Learningby Kathryn Stewart
Some children are born with dysfunctions in the way the brain processes information, resulting in poor social skills and idiosyncratic use of language. These are symptoms of both Nonverbal Learning Disorder and Asperger's syndrome. This compassionate guide offers step-by-step strategies to help parents assess a child's disorder, understand the symptoms, discover effective intervention, and maximize resources.
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When my daughter was diagnosed with Nonverbal Learning Disability, there was very little useful in formation on the subject. NLD is not just one difficulty such as reading comprehension, it is an overlapping of areas that include cognitive, social skills and sensory integration issues. This book finally addresses all of the areas that we parents are working with. Stewart's book is a great tool for yourselves and your child's educators.