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Ready to Learn: How to Help Your Preschooler Succeed Ready to Learn: How to Help Your Preschooler Succeed

by Stan Goldberg, Ph.D.

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"Finally, an author who understands the fears, hopes, and dreams of parents of children who learn differently. Goldberg provides clear explanations for complex problems and workable real-world solutions. This book is the set of instructions that should have been delivered with your baby . . . A 'must have' for parents and professionals alike." --Richard Culatta, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the Department of Language, Reading, and Exceptionalities, Appalachian State University

"In Ready to Learn, Dr. Goldberg provides concrete advice on ways parents can partner with their children for ultimate learning success. With emphases on individualizing learning activities based on the child's needs, empowering children to take responsibility for their own learning outcomes, fostering active engagement in the learning process, and methods of providing emotional support to children with learning difficulties, this book should be required reading not just for parents of children with learning differences, but for all parents everywhere." --Teri James Bellis, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Communication Disorders, The University of South Dakota, and author of When the Brain Can't Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder

"Dr. Goldberg delivers a long-awaited resource for both parents and educators alike. In Ready to Learn, Dr. Goldberg draws upon his clinical and personal experiences to deliver a tangible 'how to' foundation -- rich with analogies and effective examples -- for embarking on the journey of educating the special learner . . . . A required read for parents and professionals alike!" --Jeffie Gellerman-Muntifering, Advocate and Consultant

"Dr. Goldberg describes the problems some children have with detail and humor, making this book a joy to read. He gives clear and helpful strategies to deal with everyday difficulties parents have with children who have special needs. He looks at solving problems with straightforward strategies and explains medical conditions in easy-to-read and understandable language. I fully endorse this book and encourage other parents who have children with special needs and behavioral difficulties to read it too." --Caroline Hensby, adders.org

"The teaching methods in this book are simple, easy to use, and very effective. We have implemented many of these strategies, and as a result our son is experiencing more success in his daily learning. We highly recommend Dr. Goldberg's new book to parents, professionals, and school teachers." --Jim & Grace Hsu, Parents

"This book's advice is pragmatic, proactive, and powerful. It is quite simply an essential guide to understanding and teaching the modern child." --Fintan O'Regan, International Behavior Management Consultant