Caring for school-age children
Thomson Delmar Learning, Jul 7, 2005 - Education - 366 pages
Caring for School-Age Children 4E introduces the reader to those involved in child care; the children; the families; and then shows how caregivers can help children in various competencies throughout different stages of childhood. Suggestions for handling children with special needs, especially Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This book will focus on dealing with children from diverse and difficult situations, and working with children who have been classified at-risk and consideration of todays changing family dynamics.
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