Help for Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders: Strategies for Parents and Teachers (Paperback)
This thoroughly researched book addresses how to manage and educate children with Down Syndrome.Take immediate steps to improve the child's life with creative teaching strategies and parenting tips aimed at making learning easier for the child.Applicable for children from 3 years of age up to 9. With tons of in the field, tried and tested methods by many teachers and parents, these approved strategies will help: -Better address classroom disruptive behavior-Better engage the child while learning at school or at home-Deal with the child's home work frustration-Better control of impulses and emotions-Better analytical thinking-Better self regulation-Improve reading skills-Improve memory retention-Improve independent learning skills-Improve the child's self confidence-Enable the child to have fun while learningThe strategies address the challenges of parents, tutors and teachers on teaching individuals with Learning Disabilities so as to give the child a far better chance at being happy and successful in their schooling, career, social life's and later heading into adulthood.This book adopts some powerful and innovative teaching methods with tips and strategies that give hands-on direction that is necessary for the child to enjoy learning and being more engaged. Changing the tedious routine of learning, along with all its frustrations, into fun endeavors that is time well spent.With hundreds of hours of research and first hand experiences, the book aims to leave the reader with easy-to-follow steps of techniques proven to boost specific skills and empower the reader. Lots of problem solving ideas and routines that parents, tutors and teachers can use immediately to improve the child's live. Small changes can add up to big improvements.A good tip is that these strategies can be used with different disabilities. Regardless, there is always something varied and innovative that can be done to get the most out of the time we spend with children.