AAP eBooks

Guide to Learning Disabilities for Primary Care

How to Screen, Identify, Manage, and Advocate for Children with Learning Disabilities

By Larry B. Silver, MD, FAACAP and Dana L. Silver, MD, FAAP

All-new clinical resource to help primary caregivers take a lead role in the diagnosis, evaluation, and management of children with learning disabilities. Developed by a leading child and adolescent psychiatrist and a noted pediatrician, this all-new clinical resource is purpose-built to help primary caregivers take a lead role in the diagnosis, evaluation, and management of children with learning disabilities. Turn here for:

Clear, concise overviews of the full range of learning disorders, Expert management recommendations and valuable clinical pearls, Clinical interventions and related psychiatric disorders. Contents: Part I: Learning and Related Disorders, Learning Disorders vs. Learning Disabilities,

Learning Disabilities, Diagnosing Learning Disabilities, Language Disabilities, Motor Disabilities, Confirming a Learning, Language or Motor Disability. Part II: The Related Disorders: The Secondary Emotional, Social, and Family Problems, The Related Neurologically-based Disorders, ragmatic Social Skill Disabilities. Part III: Clinical Interventions: The Public School System, The Public School: Laws and Policies, The Public School: Assessment and Interventions. Part IV: Clinical Interventions: The Related Psychiatric Disorders, Interventions for the Primary, Comorbid Disorders, Intervention for the Secondary Emotional, Social, and Family Problems. Part V: Resources, Organizations and Resources.

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