Child Decoded: Unlocking Complex Issues in Your Child's Learning, Behavior or Attention

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Price
$24.95
Publisher
L.E.A.R.N., L.L.C.
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Pages
418
Dimensions
8.0 X 0.85 X 10.0 inches | 1.82 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780997616507
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About the Author
Kim Gangwish has been practicing in the fields of mental health and applied physiology for the last 18 years. She works with both children and adults who have learning or sensory issues, or mild traumatic head injuries. Her passion for educating caregivers has led her to present at international health conferences, educational programs for school districts, and parent and adoption support organizations, where she emphasizes the importance of exploring underlying causal factors that contribute to learning and sensory issues. Ms. Gangwish runs her practice, The Life Enrichment Center, in both Louisville and Denver, Colorado. Dr. Robin McEvoy is a developmental neuropsychologist practicing in Denver, Colorado. She evaluates and diagnoses a wide range of learning disabilities and learning needs in chil¬dren, adolescents, and adults. In addition to her private practice, Dr. McE¬voy is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Although evaluation is the heart of her work, Dr. McEvoy also loves the educational process - speaking to parents, schools, or other health professionals about learning, development, and parent¬ing in this new age where many learning and developmental challenges are more frequent. Marijke Jones is a copy and developmental editor. She has also published essays, mostly about her experiences raising, homeschool¬ing, and trying to figure out her twice exceptional son. Ms. Jones is passionate about help¬ing families with struggling children find answers and peace of mind. She believes that for each thing a child can't do, there is something amazing that he can do. A former therapist who specialized in trauma, she also believes that monitoring children's emotional and mental health is every bit as important as remediating their learning issues.