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Healing Your Child’s Brain

Audiobook
Nonfiction: Science
Unabridged   8 hour(s)
Publication date: 02/16/2021

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Healing Your Child’s Brain

A Proven Approach to Helping Your Child Thrive

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Audio CD ISBN:9781696604062
Digital Download ISBN:9781696604055

Summary

In Healing Your Child's Brain, child development experts Matthew and Carol Newell arm parents with the knowledge, confidence, and tools they need to help their special-needs child flourish.

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Product Description

Diagnosis is not destiny.

Autism. ADHD. Learning difficulties. Epilepsy. Cerebral palsy. Traumatic brain injury. From the moment your child is diagnosed with a special-needs condition, you are plunged into a world of doctors, specialists, and therapists. But the most important person on your child's care team is you.

In Healing Your Child's Brain, child development experts Matthew and Carol Newell arm parents with the knowledge, confidence, and tools they need to help their special-needs child flourish. The Newells have treated more than 20,000 children and are the parents of two special-needs children. They know firsthand, as both parents and practitioners, what works—and what doesn't.

Most treatments focus on managing symptoms but don't address underlying neurological issues. This book guides listeners through the stages of brain development and how they affect functioning, showing what wellness looks like at each level and how to identify—and tackle—problems.

By harnessing the brain's ability to grow and change slowly and steadily over time, your child can and will make progress.

Author Bio

Matthew Newell has dedicated his life to helping children with special needs and brain injuries. He is the founder of The Family Hope Center in Greater Philadelphia. Carol Newell has dedicated her life to helping children, particularly those with special needs. She has worked in a clinical setting with special-needs children for thirty-five years.