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Even Little Kids Get Diabetes

Author : Connie Pirner
ISBN : 9780807592755
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 88.89 MB
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Easy language and simple explanations will help even very young children understand what it means to have diabetes. They will find some of their own experiences described and at the same time receive reassurance that they are still "regular kids."
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Medical Library Association Guide To Finding Out About Diabetes

Author : Dana L. Ladd
ISBN : 9781555708900
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 30.82 MB
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For the more than 26 million Americans diagnosed with or affected by diabetes, having accurate information on the disease is crucial. But the sheer volume of information available can be daunting for patients and caregivers alike. This comprehensive guide provides librarians and library users with background on key diabetes concepts, encompassing reliable print and electronic resources, including hard-to-find periodicals and audiovisual sources. Each chapter in this guide presents an overview and description as well as an annotated list of multi-format resources on topics including: Types 1 and 2 and gestational diabetes Diet, clinical trials, and support sources Legal and insurance issues With this guide, librarians can deepen their understanding and collections, and thus improve service to the growing number of patrons affected by, at-risk for, or curious about this pervasive disease.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

What Works With Children Adolescents And Adults

Author : Alan Carr
ISBN : 9781134054572
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 20.29 MB
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What Works with Children, Adolescents, and Adults? provides an up-to-date review of research on the effectiveness of psychotherapy and psychological interventions with children, adolescents, adults, people in later life, and people with intellectual and pervasive developmental disabilities. Drawing on recent meta-analyses, systematic reviews, and key research studies in psychotherapy, this volume presents evidence for: the overall effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of psychotherapy the contribution of common factors to the outcome of successful psychotherapy the effectiveness of specific psychotherapy protocols for particular problems. This comprehensive, user-friendly guide will inform clinical practice, service development and policy. It will be invaluable to psychotherapists, service managers, policymakers, and researchers. What Works with Children, Adolescents, and Adults? offers a review of the evidence base for three Handbooks published by Routledge: The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology (Carr, 2006), The Handbook of Adult Clinical Psychology (Carr & McNulty, 2006), and The Handbook of Intellectual Disability and Clinical Psychology Practice (O’Reilly, Carr, Walsh, & McEvoy, 2007).
Category: Psychology

Inclusive Early Childhood Education Development Resources And Practice

Author : Penny Deiner
ISBN : 9781428320864
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 60.26 MB
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INCLUSIVE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: DEVELOPMENT, RESOURCES, AND PRACTICE is a comprehensive special education resource book designed to help educators navigate the early years of teaching. Readers will continuously return to author Penny Low Deiner’s current and responsive text to assist in the diagnosis and education of special needs children with a variety of learning disabilities. The text includes a coverage of disabilities as extensive as many Introduction to Special Education courses. However, it is more than a reference book. INCLUSIVE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION also offers guidelines, vignettes, and hands-on program planning to prepare educators to integrate children with learning disabilities into regular classroom instruction. Deiner offers guidance on how to translate annual goals into the day-to-day classroom routine. The text connects knowledge to practice by challenging young educators to implement in the classroom the information they learn. While more comprehensive works are available on individual subjects covered in INCLUSIVE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, the text provides educators of special needs children with a solid foundation of knowledge on which to grow their expertise. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Family & Relationships

Hope For The Journey

Author : C. R. Snyder
ISBN : UOM:39015039900389
Genre : Medical
File Size : 71.23 MB
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Hopeful children are happier children who become more successful, more productive adults. Based on theory and research but written for the lay reader--parent, teacher, or anyone who works with children of all ages--HOPE FOR THE JOURNEY is a guide for infusing hopefulness in children, using stories that children construct and tell about themselves. Illustrated with simple line drawings that children can color.
Category: Medical

Type 1 Diabetes In Children Adolescents And Young Adults

Author : Ragnar Hanas
ISBN : 9781859591536
Genre : Diabetes
File Size : 81.75 MB
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The number of children with Type 1 diabetes is steadily increasing, and while research continues to search for a cure, the expectation is that those afflicted should enjoy a long life and healthy lifestyle. Medical research has conclusively proved that looking after your own diabetes - and keeping your blood glucose level down - is the key to avoiding the pitfalls and long-term risks.
Category: Diabetes

Books To Help Children Cope With Separation And Loss

Author : Masha Kabakow Rudman
ISBN : UOM:39015033996292
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 84.10 MB
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Presented here are some 750 fiction and nonfiction books--from folklore to poetry--focusing on separation and loss themes for young people. Highly selective, the guide profiles only classic and recommended titles from School Library Journal, Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, The Horn Book, The Bookfinder, and other publications. Arranged by topic, each annotated entry provides a review of plot and theme, interest/reading level, suggestions for use, and full bibliographic information. Issues include Homelessness, Economic Loss/Parents Out of Work, and Race Relations. This is the ideal reference guide for those who have the opportunity to help children facing tough personal roadblocks, ranging from going away to camp to the death of a sibling.
Category: Family & Relationships