Description - Families, Infants and Young Children at Risk by Gail L. Ensher
This textbook and professional reference offers early interventionists clear information on the proper development of young children as well as risk factors and environmental circumstances that can hinder a child's development.This comprehensive work covers prenatal and perinatal periods; early detection and identification of developmental delays or disorders, and diseases; social factors of development (e.g. cultural diversity, substance abuse, and teenage pregnancy); and best practice in specific to clinical educational environments. The volume provides information and resources for preservice and in-service professional development and discusses an extensive, up-to-date range of topics in early childhood development and practice.
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(254mm x 178mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Gail L. Ensher
Gail L. Ensher is Professor, Teaching and Leadership Programs, and Coordinator, Early Childhood Special Education Program, Syracuse University. David A. Clark is Department Chair, Neonatal/Perinatal Group, Albany Medical Center, New York. Nancy S. Songer is Director, Early Childhood Direction Center, Syracuse University.