Like gender and ethnicity, disability is one of many natural characteristics of being human. In this book, parents learn revolutionary common sense techniques for raising successful children with disabilities. When we recognize that disability is a natural part of the human experience, new attitudes lead to new actions for successful lives at home, in school and in communities. Readers will learn how to define a child by his or her strengths- instead of a disability-related problem; and how to create new and improved partnerships with educators, health care professionals, family and friends.
Audience: Parent, Professional