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Parenting Traumatized Children with Developmental Differences

Parenting Traumatized Children with Developmental Differences

Strategies to Help Your Child's Sensory Processing, Language Development, Executive Function and Challenging Behaviours

Dr. Sara McLean

Quick Overview

Experiencing trauma early in life can lead to changes in a child's social and cognitive skills. Dr Sara McLean explains how to help children who are coping with sensory and emotional regulation difficulties or struggling with language, communication or memory - in this comprehensive guide for foster carers and adoptive parents.
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Paperback / softback
2019, 8.50in x 5.43in / 216mm x 138mm, 176pp
ISBN: 9781785924330
CA$27.95

Description

Children who have encountered trauma early in life can experience real differences in their social and cognitive development. This comprehensive guide introduces what such developmental difference means, how it affects a child, and offers strategies to help support or alleviate problems that commonly arise.

Dr. McLean explains how children with developmental differences understand the world around them and offers easy to use techniques to help children with sensory and emotional regulation difficulties or delays in language, communication or memory development.

This book will provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to meet your own child's individual needs, and to help them to flourish.

Authors

By (author): Sara McLean