Your child's voice : a caregiver's guide to advocate for kids with special needs, disabilities, or others who may fall through the cracks
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- ISBN: 9781770403048
- ISBN: 1770403043
xvi, 101 pages ; 24 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Vancouver, British Columbia : Self-Counsel Press, 2018.
- Copyright: ©2018
|Summary, etc.:||"Learn to advocate (successfully) for your kid! Every parent wants their kids to be ahead of the game and have the advantages perhaps they didn't have. But it's all-too-common story for parents and caregivers - especially those caring for kids with special needs or disabilities who don't carry the more common labels (autism, ADHD) that they are often left navigating the system and fighting to get the support needed. Navigating a complex system of diagnosis and treatment for children with special needs, especially children with less obvious needs, can be a lonely and frustrating endeavor. Your Child's Voice will empower parents and caregivers of children with mild to moderate disabilities to be the voice for their children, and advocate for them the best they can."--Provided by publisher.|
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