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Sourcebook for Children with Attention Deficit Disorder, Second Edition

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Focused on attention disorders in early childhood, this revision contains updated and expanded information for working with children aged 3 to 6 years in the classroom.

Clare Jones has updated and expanded the information contained in her original work, while retaining all of the original activities for the pre-school classroom. This non-technical, broad based manual discusses issues of the disorder in terms family members and the entire therapy team will understand.

Chapters include:

  • What is Attention Deficit Disorder?
  • Diagnosis and assessment in early childhood
  • The role of the early childhood teacher
  • Parenting the child with Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Collaboration with teacher/the role of the SLT.

Within these sections there are resources and materials, which include:

  • Home carryover activities
  • Ideas for teachers in management and curriculum
  • Attention Deficit Disorder fact sheet
  • Computer assisted curriculum ideas
  • Checklist for teachers
  • Normal development scales.

Includes reproducible items 

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240 page paperback manual
ISBN:9780761633372
£70.50
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Publication Year

1998

Age Range

Administration

Qualification Code

UNAS


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