R&L Education / Learning Disabilities Pre-Rl-Acq
Trim: 6¼ x 9¼
978-1-930877-02-3 • Paperback • August 2007 • $36.00 • (£28.00)
Teresa Allissa Citro is the executive director of the Learning Disabilities Association of Massacusetts and editor of the award winning book Parenting the Child With Learning Disabilities: The Experts Speak.
Chapter 1 The Role of Neuropsychological Assessment in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Learning Disabilities in Adults
Chapter 2 Understanding Your Learning Disability
Chapter 3 The Impact of Learning Disabilities on Adult Social Relationships
Chapter 4 The Impact of Learning Disabilities In the Workplace
Chapter 5 Legal Issues in Education and Work
Chapter 6 Keys to Success in College for Students with Learning Disabilities: Self-Knowledge, Self-Advocacy, and Individualized Support Services
Chapter 7 Students with Learning Disabilities in Graduate School: Access and Accommodation Considerations
Chapter 8 Communication Skills of Adults with Learning Disabilities
Every person who has a loved one with a Learning Disability should read the helpful material in this book. Successful Lifetime Management should be on every teacher's desk, especially in this day where inclusion seems to occur frequently.
— Barbara Guyer, Ph.D., author, The Pretenders
A thoughtful overview of some of the most worrisome topics facing adults with learning disabilities including legal issues in the workplace, impact on graduate school, and what to expect from diagnostic testing. Concise articles by a variety of professional target feelings and concerns, give solutions, and offer encouragement.
— Jeanne Gehret, M.A., author, Don't-give-up Kid and Eagle Eyes
This volume is a road map for adults with learning disabilities regardless of what stage they are at in their journeys of navigating the obstacles and opportunities to Successful Lifetime Management.
— Moira Anne Munns, immediate past president, The Attention Deficit Information Network