Special Needs SCHOOL Survival Guide

$14.99

The Special Needs SCHOOL Survival Guide is the handbook that will answer your questions about school accommodations, how to work with school personnel for government assisted programs, autism, Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) in the classroom, learning disabilities, handwriting, ADHD, Individual Education Programs (IEPs), behavior, dysgraphia, and more! Cara’s knowledge is quite in-depth as to how to acquire the necessities for your child’s success by utilizing various government or school-based programs. This book contains easy to follow school activities.

The Q & A format makes the book easy to read and understand. This book will prove to be a resource you will use frequently as your student with special needs progresses through school. Cara, a pediatric occupational therapist has first-hand experience from working with her own children and in her profession. This book is an all-important resource for parents, caregivers, therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, doctors, principals, teachers, teaching assistants, classroom aids, etc.

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Multiple Award Winning Book! Academic’s Choice SMART Book Award Winner and Family Choice Award Winner.

Our new SCHOOL guide book is an illuminating guide to all things related to students with autism, SPD, social skills deficits, disorganization, ADHD/ADD, dysgraphia, and many more. It’s also a great book for typical children who are struggling with issues at school. IEP goals are discussed along with several different accommodations and strategies for meeting goals.​​​

Handwriting
Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Dysgraphia
Disorganization
Behavior
Learning Disorders
ADHD/ADD strategies
IEP goals and accommodations
Sensory Rooms
Gym and Cafeteria tips
Transitions
Sensory Processing Information and
sensory-friendly ways to help students in classrooms

There are hundreds of ‘Out of the Pocket’ activities that can be done in schools and homeschools to help students. Each chapter has a thorough resource list with website information.

Teachers, new OTs, special educators, Classroom Aides, and Parents will find this book as a wonderful resource to all things SCHOOL related.

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