It has been a long time since I have read a book like The Mislabeled Child that has fired me up in such a positive way. I don't know how to emphasize it enough... The Mislabeled Child is THE BOOK
If you, or someone you love or work with, has ANY type of developmental, processing, or learning difficulties, this book will help you understand them and know specifically how to help them, like no other book!
SPD and it's related learning and behavior issues can be both overwhelming and complicated for sure! But The Mislabeled Child cleared up every bit of residual fuzziness I had! It addresses each and every major (and many lesser known & understood) hurdle our children face due to symptomology of a large variety of diagnoses. Not only that, but it takes each learning style and related behavioral symptoms and helps us understand the TRUE root cause. It will literally change the way you think about your child's struggles and take you through SPECIFIC strategies that will help improve learning and behavior.
The Mislabeled Child is thorough, research based, written in a way any parent or
professional can understand, unique, inspiring, and creates hope and incredible
understanding. It looks at the above problems, such as auditory, visual,
attention, dysgraphia etc. in a way you may never have understood before. Each
chapter is 40-50 pages, so it is a very comprehensive book.
Not only do the Eide's help the reader understand the "what", "how" & "why", but they hand you the tools and specific strategies you will need to make a huge difference in any child's life. Your child will finally be understood, properly diagnosed, and provided with everyday strategies to help them learn in the way they do best. Success will happen.
The Mislabeled Child is opening doors never imagined until the Eides's brain-based research enlightened us. An individual's unique learning style, true processing abilities/disabilities and behavioral symptoms explained and finally understood!
On a scale of 1-10, I give it a 15!
Thank You Dr's. Brock and Fernette Eide... you are bringing hope to so many!
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