Learning Disabilities

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HELPING PEOPLE WITH A LEARNING DISABILITY EXPLORE RELATIONSHIPS

EVE AND NEIL JACKSON

This book focuses on the nature of relationships by examining a house inhabited by five people with learning disabilities. There are several subplots that deal with love, grief, and simple friendship.

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I WISH I COULD FLY LIKE A BIRD

Audio Tape and Book

KATHERINE DENISON

Children who have been taunted for being different, who have ever felt embarrassed socially, who have resorted to bravado in the face to shame will understand Chic L Dee, a boy bird who discovers his talents; trusts his intuition; and finds his own way.

EXCEPTIONAL PARENT REVIEWED THE BOOK IN THE 3/96 ISSUE.

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SPECIAL TALENTS, SPECIAL NEEDS

Drama for People With Learning Disabilities

IAN MCCURRACH AND BARBARA DARNLEY

A handbook for teachers and facilitators working with learning disabled people who are interested in creative expression through drama. A step-by-step guide beginning with finding an appropriate setting and assessing the group and progressing through five parts and thirty different sessions to conclude with the planning of a showing or performance.

TF001LD $29.95

LEARNING DISABILITIES, LITERACY, AND ADULT EDUCATION

SUSAN A. VOGEL AND STEPHEN REDER

A sharing of cutting-edge developments and information from specialists in their fields about LD, literacy, and adult education, an often overlooked special needs area. Includes how and when to screen and methods for teaching adults who have LD.

PB148LD $49.95

UNCOMMON GIFTS

Transforming Learning Disabilities into Blessings

JAMES S. EVANS

An autobiography about a man's triumphant battle against a variety of learning disabilities and the social pressures that come with them from birth through adulthood including a happy marriage.

HS003LD $12.99

THE EXPERTS SPEAK

Parenting the Child With Learning Disabilities

TERESA A. CITRO

A clear, comprehensive, and direct collection of writings by professionals in the field of learning disabilities in their area of concentration. Whether it is teaching, parenting, or socialization there are stories on it here.

LD200LD $18.99

INTERVENTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

A Meta-Analysis of Treatment Outcomes

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