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Title Gifted & Talented Children with Special Educational Needs
Author Diane Montgomery
Year Published 2003
ISBN 1-85346-954-8
Back Cover "Gifted pupils who also have special needs often receive provision for the special need whilst the giftedness is overlooked. This practical text based on international research and practice enables the reader to identify highly able pupils with special needs such as ADHD, dyspraxia, dyslexia and Down's Syndrome; and then make provision for them within the mainstream school."
Our Review Both of my children have IQs in the gifted range and both have learning difficulties. I know from bitter experience just how totally kids like this are misunderstood by the education system. This book is new in 2003. I wish I’d had it years ago. Extremely useful if you have doubly exceptional children. Jan LB. ©

Title Hearing Equals Behaviour
Author Guy Bérard
Year Published 1993
ISBN 0-87983-600-8
Back Cover “Millions of TV viewers and tens of thousands of readers thrilled to the dramatic story of Georgiana Stehli’s escape from the lifelong prison of autism, as recounted on television’s ‘20/20’ and in her mother’s book ‘The Sound of a Miracle’. Now the doctor who cured Georgiana explains his therapeutic approach and the scientific breakthrough behind it, and shows how it has profoundly helped thousands suffering from a variety of problems such as hyperactivity, dyslexia and depression.”
Our Review We live in a very hearing world which can be frightening for children whose hearing is impaired permanently or more often temporarily through glue ear and similar difficulties. Hearing undoubtedly affects behaviour. Jan LB. ©

Title Mind Map Book, The
Author Tony & Barry Buzan
Year Published 2001
ISBN 0-563-53732-9
Back Cover "Have you ever wanted to improve your memory, creativity, concentration, communicative ability, thinking skills, learning skills, study skills, general intelligence and quickness of mind? [This book] introduces you to a single thinking tool [...] which allows you to accomplish all these goals with one thinking apparatus."
Our Review Frequently recommended to help kids with the executive function difficulties associated with ADD/ADHD, Autism/Asperger’s, ME/CFS, and Dyslexia/Dyspraxia etc. New related computer software is available from iANSYST – see links. Jan LB. ©



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