Don't Wait and See!: A Neuropsychologist's Guide to Helping Children who are Developing Differently
"A wait and see approach may harm your child as you lose valuable time to get development back on track. The brain develops most rapidly in the first few years of life, which means that identifying and addressing areas of developmental concern early on is critical. The better you understand your child's strengths and challenges, the more effectively you can help them thrive. For children with medical issues, you also will learn which skills are most vulnerable and how to proactively support their development. Full of practical advice, this book will teach you how to: Quickly recognize potential developmental issues Obtain high quality evaluations Assemble a team and capitalize on their expertise Maximize skill building at home Avoid common pitfalls Designed to be your companion as you navigate what can be a very isolating process, this book also serves to lower stress and build hope as you develop an action plan to help maximize your child's potential."--
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