Helping Children Who Are Blind, by Sandy Niemann and Namita
Jacob, aids parents and other caregivers in helping blind children
develop all their capabilities. Topics include: assessing what a child
can see, preventing blindness, moving around safely, teaching
common activities, and more. 192 pages.
Helping Children Who Are Deaf, by Sandy Neimann, Devorah
Greenstein and Darlena David, helps parents and other caregivers
build the communication skills of young children who do not hear
well. Covers language development through both signed and
spoken methods, assessing hearing loss, exploring causes of
deafness, and more. 250 pages.
Disabled Village Children, by David Werner, covers most common
disabilities of children. It gives suggestions for rehabilitation and
explains how to make a variety of low-cost aids. Emphasis is placed
on how to help disabled children find a role and be accepted in the
community. 672 pages.
A Community Guide to Environmental Health,
by Jeff Conant and Pam Fadem, helps urban and rural health
promoters, activists, and others solve environmental problems
to improve health. 23 chapters with dozens of activities and
instructions provide information about reducing harm from
pollution, protecting water and watersheds, farming sustainably,
solid and health care waste, and more. 600 pages.
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