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Quirky kids: : understanding and supporting your child with developmental differences / Perri Klass, MD, FAAP, Eileen Costello, MD, FAAP.

By: Klass, MD, FAAP, Perri
Contributor(s): Costello, MD, FAAP, Eileen
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Illinois, USA American Academy of Pediatrics 2021Edition: Updated editionDescription: 350 pages ; 23 cmISBN: 9781610024198Subject(s): Developmental Disabilities (DD) | Childhood | Mental health | Diagnosis | Family life | Social skills | Communication | Behavioural challenges | Medication | Resources for parents | Understanding autismSummary: "This classic, coauthored by New York Times columnist and pediatrician Dr. Perri Klass, has been fully revised and updated to reflect the recent significant changes in the recognition and care of children whose development doesn't go as expected. It includes new information about therapeutic interventions, managing co-morbidities, school supports, community resources and other initiatives at hospitals, clinics, and even theme parks, to make life easier for children with developmental differences and their families. The authors also offer a stronger focus on self-care for parents in this new edition, with the pediatrician's perspective of supporting families as they go through the diagnostic process over time. The latest studies show that 1-in-6 children have a developmental disability of some kind-this guide is for the adults who love them and want to help them make their way in the world"--
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"This classic, coauthored by New York Times columnist and pediatrician Dr. Perri Klass, has been fully revised and updated to reflect the recent significant changes in the recognition and care of children whose development doesn't go as expected. It includes new information about therapeutic interventions, managing co-morbidities, school supports, community resources and other initiatives at hospitals, clinics, and even theme parks, to make life easier for children with developmental differences and their families. The authors also offer a stronger focus on self-care for parents in this new edition, with the pediatrician's perspective of supporting families as they go through the diagnostic process over time. The latest studies show that 1-in-6 children have a developmental disability of some kind-this guide is for the adults who love them and want to help them make their way in the world"--