Reading Intervention

High Noon Books: Hundreds of phonics-Based, hi-lo, and Lexiled reading materials
for at-risk, ESL, and struggling readers.

 

Professional Development

Arena Press: Teaching Reading Sourcebook,
Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures,and Word ID: Assessment Across
the Content Areas

 


 

Assisting Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury-The Role of Speech-Language Pathologists-2nd Ed.

Author(s): Karen Hux, Editor
ISBN: 978-1416404880

This book for speech-language pathologists describes this often hidden disability from the survivors viewpoint. Sections include Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury; Understanding the Role of Speech-Language Pathologists; and Understanding Reintegration. Contains real life stories.


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DDD-1524

6 x 9, softcover, 456 pp.


$61.00

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