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📒Hci For Children With Disabilities ✍ Josefina Guerrero-Garcia
📝HCI for Children with Disabilities Book Synopsis : In this book the authors present an HCI principle-based approach to develop applications to assist children with disabilities. Design knowledge related to developing complex solution for this audience is explained from an interaction design point of view. Different methodologies, models and cases studies are covered with the aim of helping practitioners to adopt any of the proposed techniques presented in this book. HCI methodologies that adopt an agile strategy are presented, including novel techniques at different development steps, such as: board games, agile planning, agile implementation, method engineering. As this is a huge research field the authors do not just focus on a specific disability but test their methods in different contexts with excellent results. Readers of this book will find both a well-organized and structured set of methodologies and also material that has been tested and refined throughout years of research. Using detailed case studies the reader is guided towards specific solutions which will also provide insights into how to address related problems.
📒Meeting The Needs Of Children With Disabilities ✍ Helen K. Warner
📝Meeting the Needs of Children with Disabilities Book Synopsis : This textbook provides the reader with an insight into the needs of children with both physical and learning disabilities, particularly within an acute care setting. It considers the principles that underpin the fundamental aspects of care delivery to children with special needs. The key areas of knowledge and practical skills covered include: the social and historical context challenging assumptions best practice for giving news to parents communication methods play and movement nutrition and feeding boundary setting respite care transitions into adult services. This interesting book covers practice areas identified by the English National Board as essential for student nurses. It will also be invaluable for qualified nurses and for other health professionals working with children with disabilities.
📒Children With Disabilities In America ✍ Philip L. Safford
📝Children with Disabilities in America Book Synopsis : Synthesizing the history of childhood and disability studies, this handbook utilizes historical inquiry in a new way to illuminate children's experience with disability outside of reforms, programs, and services.
📒Special Children Special Needs ✍ Simon Bass
📝Special Children Special Needs Book Synopsis : This handy guide provides information on how to integrate children with special needs into your church and its children's programmes and activities. It offers advice on: the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, special needs etiquette and appropriate language, child protection and safe recruitment, specific advice on disabilities and medical conditions, supporting families of special needs children, practical issues, and helpful organizations and resources.
📝Professional Collaboration with Parents of Children with Disabilities Book Synopsis : The work of professionals with children with disabilities affects the children's family, while events at home affect what professionals can achieve with the children. This text describes how professionals can form collaborative relationships with the parents of the children in their care, to optimise the children's development and to enable both family members and professionals to work in the children's interests. It describes experiences of families who have a child with a disability and takes a new look at old assumptions that disability necessarily has a negative effect on families or that families themselves are in need of therapy simply by virtue of having a child with additional needs. This text offers practical insights and guidelines for action by teachers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists and psychologists. It is a practical text that enables practitioners to offer a high-quality service to children while supporting the family in its role of nurturing their child with special needs.
📒That S My Child ✍ Lizanne Capper
📝That s My Child Book Synopsis : Offers parents of handicapped children advice on finding support from other parents, special organizations, health care professionals, and school systems, and describes rights and services under federal law
📒Commonsense Methods For Children With Special Needs ✍ Peter S. Westwood
📝Commonsense Methods for Children with Special Needs Book Synopsis : This book provides teachers with an immediate and comprehensive source of practical ideas for use in regular classrooms. The author has drawn upon his own teaching experience and upon research to identify well tried and tested approaches covering basic academic skills improvement, behaviour management, social skills development and curriculum adaption. The third edition has been totally revised, with the addition of two new chapters dealing with early identification of, and instructional methods of intervention against, learning difficulties. The combination of the most recent research and clear, practical advice make this a valuable resource for further study.
📝Safeguarding Adults and Children with Disabilities Against Abuse Book Synopsis : This report addresses a broad range of abuses and mistreatment committed against all disabled children and adults. Discrimination against people with disabilities is inextricably linked to abuse and the disabled are often offered less support than other people and barred from effective means of escape or redress when they are harmed. The report aims to make visible the extent and nature of such abuse. It advocates a model of protection that enhances the rights of disabled to take decisions and appropriate risks in their ordinary lives.
📒It Isn T Fair ✍ Stanley D. Klein
📝It Isn t Fair Book Synopsis : This book presents a wide range of perspectives on the relationship of siblings to children with disabilities. These perspectives are written in the first person by parents, young adult siblings, younger siblings, and professionals. A series of chapters illustrates changing views about children with disabilities and their families. There is a unique collection of chapters by parents and siblings, including moving, firsthand accounts. The authors show the importance of parents as teachers of their children and illustrate the growing awareness of, and concerns about, the family when one child is disabled. Information in families must be shared, the book asserts, and the issues of fairness, expectations, rewards, punishments, caretaking responsibilities, and negative feelings are all thoroughly discussed.
📒Serving Children With Disabilities ✍ Laudan Y. Aron
📝Serving Children with Disabilities Book Synopsis : The policies and programs that serve children with disabilities are in constant flux. They change as a result of new legislation, court decisions, and changing societal standards. This has left a critical gap in the attempts to offer the best support and care for these children. This book attempts to fill that gap. The authors present an invaluable, comprehensive inventory of the major programs now available, including definitions of disability, eligibility conditions, and service and cash benefits -- all of which differ widely from program to program. From this inventory, the authors present a set of guiding principles for thinking about how to best allocate the resources we spend on these children and their families.