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The Dyslexia Workbook for Adults

Practical Tools to Improve Executive Functioning, Boost Literacy Skills, and Develop Your Unique Strengths

by Dr. Gavin Reid
edition: Paperback
tagged: learning disabilities

Improve your skills and discover the strengths of your dyslexia—strategies and exercises for adults

Dyslexia is a continuous, lifelong journey—one that asks you to adapt and grow every day. The Dyslexia Workbook for Adults offers practical tools, techniques, and activities to help you improve your literacy skills, boost your self-esteem, and us …

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The Deaf House

by Joanne Weber
edition: eBook
tagged: personal memoirs, learning disabilities

The Deaf House is Joanne Weber’s life story. It illustrates the work and passion of a woman who grew up deaf and became an advocate for the deaf. It is a story of pain, loss and defeat balanced with joy, gain, and victory. Joanne Weber’s creative memoir, shows how deafness can be a brutal oppression of the mind. Her torment of not knowing exact …

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Gardening for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Special Educational Needs

Engaging with Nature to Combat Anxiety, Promote Sensory Integration and Build Social Skills

by Natasha Etherington
edition: Paperback
tagged: communicative disorders, activities, learning disabilities

Using a mindfulness approach, Natasha Etherington presents a simple gardening program that offers learning experiences beyond  those a special needs student can gain within the classroom. The book outlines the many positive physical, cognitive, sensory, emotional and social benefits of getting out into the garden and provides specially adapted gard …

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Comprehensive, Competence-Based Parenting Assessment for Parents with Learning Difficulties and Their Children

by Maurice Feldman & Marjorie Aunos
edition: Paperback
tagged: learning disabilities, assessment, testing & measurement

An indispensable resource for all professionals involved with parents who have learning difficulties, this reference presents an innovative approach to assessing parenting capacity; an approach that can lead to more humane and just child custody decisions. Leading researchers and practitioners in the field not only address the unique needs of these …

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