Why is my child having trouble at school?: a parent's guide to learning disabilities
Villard Books, Aug 27, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 259 pages
Here is a comprehensive and accessible parent's guide to dealing with--and helping a child overcome--the crippling problem of learning disabilities. This important resource is the first and only manual based on the latest scientific research which offers hands-on answers for parents who desperately want to help their children.
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The Human Nervous System
Early SensoryPerceptual Motor Linguistic and Thinking
Factors Affecting Development
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