carnevalemanfredonia.it
» » Dictionary Of Developmental Disabilities Terminology

eBook Dictionary Of Developmental Disabilities Terminology download

by Accardo Pasquale J; Whitman Barbara Y

eBook Dictionary Of Developmental Disabilities Terminology download ISBN: 0864331231
Author: Accardo Pasquale J; Whitman Barbara Y
Publisher: Maclennan & Petty Ltd (1996)
Language: English
ePub: 1364 kb
Fb2: 1736 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: mbr lit lit doc
Category: Act
Subcategory: Specialties

The Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology was originally published 15 years ag. This is a great resource for anyone who works directly with individuals with developmental disabilities, and may be especially useful for those working on interdisciplinary teams

This is a great resource for anyone who works directly with individuals with developmental disabilities, and may be especially useful for those working on interdisciplinary teams. Entries for each term range from a few words to a few paragraphs, with the occasional illustration.

Request PDF On Dec 1, 2011, Eileen T. Crehan and others published Pasquale J. Accardo and Barbara Y. Whitman (eds) . Article in Sexuality and Disability 29(4) · December 2011 with 6 Reads. How we measure 'reads'

Article in Sexuality and Disability 29(4) · December 2011 with 6 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

Pasquale J. Accardo (Author), Barbara Y. Whitman (Author), Carla Laszewski (Author), Carol A. Haake (Author), Jill . Book Condition: This book is almost new and shows only very slight signs of wear. Hot deals from the land of the sun. Haake (Author), Jill D. Morrow (Author), Tony Stubblefield (Illustrator) & 3 more. ISBN-13: 978-1557661128.

Be the first to ask a question about Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Jennifer A. Accardo. Be the first to ask a question about Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology. Accardo, Barbara Y. Whitman, Shirley K. Behr. Behr is Chairman of the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at St. Louis University's School of Allied Health Professions. Библиографические данные. Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology.

Key terms and concepts are illustrated with line drawings, tables, and charts. Human services and medical professionals and families will find that answers to their questions abound in this handy transdisciplinary reference.

Developmental Disabilities. Education Theory, Curricula, Workbooks. Developmental Disabilities. Children in Need of Special Care, by Thomas J. Weihs, Great Russell Street, London, Souvenir Press, Ltd 1971 (Revised 2000), 144 pp, £. 9.

Authors: Anne Farrell Ellen Magenis Pasquale J Accardo Barbara Y Whitman. Popular items with this book. Whitman. Neurodevelopmental markers that are present early in childhood may identify children at risk for later developmental disabilities. This paper attempts to clarify the relationship between one suc. More).

Comments: (3)
Madi
good
Brariel
Excellent
Cozius
(Note: I received a free copy of this book for review in iAutism and I have also decided to include a short review here.)

This dictionary includes more than 4,000 definitions of disorders, diagnoses, assessments, interventions, medications, organizations, programs, educational practices and US public laws. 800 entries are new, but the authors have strengthened and clarified many others, and even eliminated a few. Some old terms, such as "mental retardation", have still been included as they appear in many published works.

The book has 534 two-column pages, so it's easy to derive that each page includes about 8 entries, which can be very short or take up to about 40 lines. It is a dictionary, not an encyclopedia, so you'll find many terms but very few people's names. Overall, the dictionary covers many fields: pediatrics, genetics, neurology and medicine, education, psychology, psychiatry, speech-language pathology, physical therapy, occupational therapy and US public laws.

This dictionary is aimed as a useful working tool. Terms considered obvious to everyone have received less attention. Also, the goal of each definition is to provide sufficient information to help the reader to put that term in context, and not a myriad of references, synonyms, etc. 159 illustrations and images are included, mostly showing parts or positions of the human body.

Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology is a good update of a useful dictionary for students and professionals (and even for parents that like to read professional texts about disabilities).