A World Without Words: The Social Construction of Children Born Deaf and Blind
In A World Without Words: The Social Construction of Children Born Deaf and Blind , author David Goode writes about his studies of two children with congenital deaf-blindness and mental retardation. and this book offers helpful insights for caregivers and therapists into how children who are both deaf and blind communicate.
Autism Spectrum Disorders and AAC
Autism Spectrum Disorders and AAC is a book written to help children, adolescents, and adults with autism spectrum disorders and to give them in-depth information on a wide range of evidence-based AAC methods and technologies. The book talks about the tremendous positive impact on communication, social skills, and behavior augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) can have. Editors Pat Mirenda and Teresa Iacono partner with more than 30 other experts, including the Institute on Disability
Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes II: Ordinary Items, Extraordinary Solutions
Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes II: Ordinary Items, Extraordinary Solutions is a book filled with five-minute, low-cost approaches for taking ordinary items and turning them into extraordinary solutions for individuals with disabilities. Picking up where the first book left off, AT Solutions in Minutes II demonstrates creative DIY problem solving without the need for power tools or electricity, empowering everyone to be spontaneous and create solutions to everyday challenges using ever
Inclusion in the Early Childhood Classroom
Inclusion in the Early Childhood Classroom is a book written to coach teachers of young children with a variety of developmental delays and disabilities on how to care for them and teach them in a classroom setting. The authors evaluate the ways that teachers and children respond in real classrooms to real challenges, examining both those opportunities that are capitalized on as well as those that are missed. The book addresses a wide array of issues that contribute to our understanding of ''wha