Hard Child

Author: Natalie Shapero
Publisher: Copper Canyon Press
ISBN: 1619321718
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Hard Child is musical and argumentative, deadly serious yet tinged with self-parody, evoking the spirit of Plath while remaining entirely its own.

Effective Parenting For The Hard To Manage Child

Author: Georgia A. DeGangi
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135916187
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a. Hard-to-Manage. Child. Spending. Time. with. Your. Child. to. Make. Things.
Better. Becky's Mother: A Parent Overwhelmed by Her Child “It drives me crazy
that Becky can't play by herself. Here she is, 7 years old, and all she wants to do
is watch TV. I find myself screaming at her half the time, 'Can't you do anything
else besides watch TV! Get offthe sofa!' When she was little, she followed me
around the house constantly. She was welded to my side. I could barely breathe
without her ...

How To Reach Hard To Reach Children

Author: Kathryn Pomerantz
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470513101
Size: 72.94 MB
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In order to do this, the development and aims of the CAF and 'lead professional'
role will be explored within legislative and professional contexts. A case study
will also be used to illustrate some of the strengths and weaknesses in this way of
working, and identify ways in which agencies and individual practitioners can be
more effective. In introducing the case study, the issue of what makes a 'complex
case' and a child or family 'hard to reach' will also be considered, in addition to
the ...

Kid Friendly Parenting With Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Children

Author: Daria J. Medwid
Publisher: Gallaudet University Press
ISBN: 9781563680311
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Activity #5: The Sharing Pox Materials: large cardboard box, markers Age: 4-10
Vocabulary/Concepts: sharing box, together, SHARE WITH OTHERS For some
children, the concept of sharing means "taking something away from me" and for
the deaf child this may become more exaggerated if explanations are not clearly
understood. Try teaching the concept of sharing by creating a concrete visual
place that means "sharing." On the front of a cardboard box write "Sharing Box."
Fill the ...

Teaching Children Who Are Hard To Reach

Author: Michael J. Marlowe
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452284342
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is a text for future and current teachers of children who are resistant or hard to
reach. Its focus is the philosophy, classroom practice, and teacher stories of
Torey Hayden, a teacher of children with emotional and behavioral disorders,
coauthor of this book, and author of eight books chronicling her daytoday work in
special education and child psychology. Hayden's first book was One Child (
1980), the story of Sheila, a silent troubled girl, who had tied a 3yearold boy to a
tree and ...

The Value Of Individual Hearing Aids For Hard Of Hearing Children

Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Problems of Deafness
Publisher: National Academies
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Dr. Fowler and Dr. Fletcher agreed that the remaining children were suitable for
inclusion in the study. The hearing losses ranged from 26 decibels in the better
ear to total deafness in the poorer ear. From these cases we were able to select
two experimental groups with their controls. The first experimental group
consisted of 30 hard of hearing children who were fitted with hearing aids. Each
of these children was paired carefully with a control child of the same sex,
chronological age, ...

Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Children Federal Support For Developing Language And Literacy

Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 143798665X
Size: 30.11 MB
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AppendixIII:National SurveyEstimatesof HearingLossforChildren Aged0–17
Appendix III: National Survey Estimates of Hearing Loss for Children Aged 0–17
Survey Years Survey question Percentage of children, Aged 0–11, experiencing
at least a little trouble hearing or told they had hearing problems Percentage of
children, Aged 12–17, experiencing at least a little trouble hearing or told they
had hearing problems National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2005–
2008 ...