Clumsy Child Syndromes: Descriptions, Evaluation, and Remediation

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Harwood Academic Publishers, 1994 - Medical - 449 pages
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Tackling the pervasive problem of motor awkwardness in children, this book illuminates contemporary developmental difficulties, including those caused by maternal drug use. This expansive, in-depth treatment combines practical and scientific information useful to professionals and family members involved with understanding and helping the clumsy child. Practical, scientifically sound, and augmented with case histories, complete bibliography and glossary, "Clumsy Child Syndromes" presents a broad view of educational and social-emotional implications of motor neurological soft-signs in children.

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