Written with clarity and understanding, this is a sympathetic guide to parents and teachers of the cerebral-palsied child....

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THE CEREBRAL-PALSIED CHILD

Written with clarity and understanding, this is a sympathetic guide to parents and teachers of the cerebral-palsied child. The disease is carefully defined and described, various avenues of treatment are indicated, the adjustment of the parent is considered, and educational and professional possibilities are established in terms of the severity of the particular case. There is a helpful appendix which lists, regionally, those schools and institutions which specialize in care of the handicapped child. This lucid presentation of widely compiled data and authoritative opinion should prove to be an invaluable aid to those who must cope with the problems of this all too common affliction.

Pub Date: May 28, 1958

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Publisher: Simon & Schuster

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1958