TEACHING THE MENTALLY-ILL Or Emotionally-Challenged Child TO READ, Write, Spell, and do Math ~~ PART TWO: Educating the Mentally-Ill Teen ~~ The College Years

TEACHING THE MENTALLY-ILL Or Emotionally-Challenged Child TO READ, Write, Spell, and do Math ~~ PART TWO: Educating the Mentally-Ill Teen ~~ The College Years

by Marilynn Anderson

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TEACHING THE MENTALLY-ILL Or Emotionally-Challenged Child TO READ, Write, Spell, and do Math ~~ PART TWO: Educating the Mentally-Ill Teen ~~ The College Years by Marilynn Anderson

Many chapters of entertaining activities and games for learning aid parents in teaching the special-needs child to gain reading skills and grasp math concepts. Writing and spelling are on track, too. Reading resources have been explored and where to buy the premier reading program is shared. Easy-to-read stories are included. Everything is kid-friendly and do-able! The fragile learner gets a big boost in learning and self-esteem.

PART TWO: Educating the mentally-ill teen and college student is explored with practical suggestions, insight, and recommendations for moving forward in meeting the challenges of surviving these years. There are many viable programs for educating mentally-ill adolescents and young adults.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016635873
Publisher: Marilynn Anderson
Publication date: 04/15/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 536 KB

About the Author

I am an educator who specializes in instruction for special-needs individuals. Part of my profession entails writing reading programs and remedial material.

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