A Train Ride to Grandma's (With No Chocolate Donut!)

A Train Ride to Grandma's (With No Chocolate Donut!)

by Stacy Shortle, Ed.D., NCSP

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Noah’s trip to Grandma’s house is ALWAYS the same every summer. He boards the same train, sits in his favorite seat, and eagerly awaits his usual mid-trip snack while he looks out the window anticipating the usual landmarks. But, THIS year so many things are different! Noah struggles to cope with all the changes to his routine, but, in the process, he learns that sometimes doing things differently can be fun! The authors include helpful suggestions for minimizing the effects of change on children with NLD or AS

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148151463
Publisher: Maple Leaf Center
Publication date: 01/28/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 48
File size: 4 MB
Age Range: 6 - 8 Years

About the Author

Dr. Stacy Shortle is a Licensed School Psychologist in the state of Vermont and a Certified National School Psychologist. She completed her graduate work at Northeastern University in Boston, MA and Argosy University in Sarasota, FL. She has been a practicing school psychologist in Vermont for over ten years, working in both the public school setting and with Maple Leaf Clinic in Wallingford, VT. Dr. Shortle lives in Vermont with her husband and two children.
Dr. Dean Mooney is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist - Doctorate and a Licensed School Psychologist in the state of Vermont. He has received National Certification in the United States as a School Psychologist.
MapleLeafClinic(Vermont),foundedbyDr.Mooney,focusesonassessmentsofchildren,adolescentsandadults(neuropsychological, educational, psychological, speech and language), therapy over the lifespan, social skills development (utilizing Relationship Development Intervention), consultation (clinical and educational), supervision, and professional development. Maple Leaf Clinic is also proud to sponsor Camp Maple Leaf, a day camp held each summer that caters to the social needs and relaxation skills of campers with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities, Asperger Syndrome, and High Functioning Autism.
Dr. Mooney has lectured on the topic of Nonverbal Learning Disabilities for local and national organizations throughout the United States and across Canada and England. He is proud to be a member of the Health Advisory Board of the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States; the Professional Advisory Board for The College Internship Program at The Brevard Center, Melbourne, Florida; and The Berkshire Center, Lee, Massachusetts. Previously he has served on the Professional Advisory Board of ASPEN (Asperger Syndrome Education Network), and on the Board of Directors for Pine Ridge School in Vermont.
He lives in beautiful Vermont with his wife, daughter, son, and two golden retrievers – Lucky (because we were SO lucky to get a puppy) and Belle (yes, there is a Beauty and the Beast fan in the house).

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