Glue Ear: An Essential Guide for Teachers, Parents and Health Professionals

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Routledge, 18 okt. 2013 - 96 sidor
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Glue Ear is a common condition among young children but until recently its long-term effects on learning and achievement weren't fully understood. Lindsay's research has demonstrated that there is a significant link between Glue Ear, speech and language and dyslexia. This book will help teachers to understand the implications of temporary hearing loss, and demonstrate how to be proactive as well as reactive in tackling the issues. This book will also be helpful to health professionals who may be aware of the medical implications of Glue Ear but not the educational reverberations. A separate section for parents enables teachers/health visitors/GPs to access information to copy and give out to families.
 

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Acknowledgements and dedication
Preface
Introduction
1 What does glue ear mean to children and their families?
2 Symptoms treatments and guidance for parents
3 How is glue ear linked to learning and dyslexia?
4 Speech and language development
5 What is dyslexia?
8 Specific indicators of dyslexia
9 General and specific teaching strategies for the classroom
10 Issues of selfesteem
11 Listening to the children
12 Planning for the learners educational needs
13 Working with parents
Glossary
Useful contacts and materials

6 Spotting the signs of overlapping conditions and taking appropriate action
7 Reading glue ear and dyslexia

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Dr Lindsay Peer CBE, Educational & Chartered Psychologist, International Speaker, Author & Expert Witness, Lindsay is widely recognised as an expert in the range of specific learning difficulties, SEN & mainstream education. In 2002 she was appointed CBE for services to Education & Dyslexia. In 2011 she was awarded the Outstanding Lifetime Academic Achievement Award by the British Dyslexia Association (BDA). She is Patron of GroOops, a charity dedicated to creating an emotionally healthy dyslexia aware world. She has lectured extensively as keynote speaker internationally since the late 1980s & advises governments, trade unions, policy makers, lawyers, adults, schools, psychologists, therapists & parents. She is an Associate Fellow & Chartered Scientist of the British Psychological Society & a Fellow of both the International Academy of Research in Learning Disabilities & the Royal Society of Arts. She is a member of the Association of Child Psychologists in Private Practice & of the Association for Child & Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH). She is registered to practice with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). She has been a keynote speaker in the UK, USA, India, Sweden, Belgium, Finland, Israel, Iceland, Norway, Italy, Spain, Majorca, Greece, South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Cyprus, the Czech Republic and Holland. She held the posts of Education Director & Deputy CEO of the BDA until 2003. She has many years experience as a teacher, teacher trainer & SENCo. She has published a considerable body of material both theoretical & practical & published the first ground-breaking book linking Glue Ear with Dyslexia. She assesses children, students and adults facing challenges in learning. Her email is: lindsay@peergordonassociates.co.uk and website: www.peergordonassociates.co.uk.

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