Unfolding the Tent: Advocating for Your One-of-a-Kind Child
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Faculty, Harvard Medical SchoolThis book is an excellent resource not only for parents but also for professionals who work with exceptional children. Moreno, M.A.A.B.S. Faculty, Harvard Medical SchoolThis book is an excellent resource not only for parents but also for professionals who work with exceptional children. -- Robert Brooks, Ph.D. Faculty, Harvard Medical SchoolOffers wonderful recommendations to help parents gain the services and support needed for their child to reach their greatest potential. --Lois Rosenwald, Co-Director, The Connecticut Autism Spectrum Resource Center . --Robert Brooks, Ph.D. --Robert Brooks, Ph.D. --Susan J. Every parent of a newly diagnosed child should read this book! Her methods are truly unique, positive and insightful. President, MAAP Services for Autism & Asperger SyndromeEvery par
A guide written especially for parents of a child with disabilities Unfolding the Tent: Advocating for Your One-of-a-Kind Child is a guide written especially for parents of a child with disabilities. Written by a mother of two and member of education and health-related boards, Unfolding the Tent covers such topics as understanding d
Anne Addison graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and earned a Master’s of Business Arts from Kellogg School of Management. When her son was diagnosed with attention deficit-hyperactivity deficit and developmental delays, Addison made a life-changing decision to shut down her consulting company and turn her business skills towards manag
Because these children do not follow a typical developmental plan, it is unrealistic to expect them to grow to become the best that they can be without careful attention to their unique needs and gifts. Using a proactive and positive approach, the author combines her personal and professional experiences to present a blueprint that parents of children with behavioral, attentional, developmental, and learning needs can follow to help their child reach his or her potential. Using strategic planning methodology, Anne Addison introduces the Life Map, which draws upon the child s strengths while minimizing challenges. The exercises throughout the book encourage readers to examine their parenting style and their role in their child s life.