Does this mean many children with developmental and learning disorders--such as autism, PDD, language and speech problems, ADD, Down syndrome and others--can make greater progress than previously thought? The pioneering work of Stanley Greenspan and Serena Wieder strongly supports this prospect.
Engaging Autism by the same author is a far better choice, strongly recommend this book instead for parents with Autistic kids- why? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fosta
I bought this book because the cover said it was for children with developmental challenges such as speech problems and cerebral palsy. It is really geared toward autism. Read morePublished 11 months ago by boosmom96
this book was very through, and took a very individualized approach to children with special needs. it also provides you with the resources you need to help your child on your own... Read morePublished 13 months ago by kbruegg
I am a speech therapist and use this book in my practice all the time. I also use it as one of the required textbooks in a class that I teach.Published 16 months ago by Lindsey and Andy
I haven't read it yet.. but i"m sure it's a good reference educational book, I look forward to the rewards of learningPublished 17 months ago by Kaitte
This book was full of suggestions for resource intervention and a practical guide for parents and educators. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Evelyn Lossia
excellent resource for understanding children and self. Everybody will find something familiar to yourself, your child or client. a must havePublished 23 months ago by kemal