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Taking Tourette Syndrome to School (Special Kids in School Series)

by Tira Krueger

  • 291 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Jayjo Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Issues - Special Needs,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction,
  • Tourette syndrome,
  • Tic disorders,
  • Neurology - General,
  • Health & Daily Living - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKim Gosselin (Adapter), Tom Dineen (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9790181M
    ISBN 101891383124
    ISBN 109781891383120
    OCLC/WorldCa48508164

    Objective: Children with Tourette syndrome (TS) are at risk for a variety of co-occurring conditions and learning and school problems. The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of TS and co-occurring conditions on school measures.. Methods: Parent-reported data from the – and – National Survey of Children's Health were combined (n = , children aged 6– Tourette syndrome, a disorder of the nervous system, is characterized by tics that are manifested by involuntary repetitive movements or sounds. The syndrome was first discovered in by the French neurologist Gilles de la Tourette ( to ), who provided the first formal description as "an inherited neurological condition characterized.

    Learn how to recognize the symptoms of different tic disorders — including Tourette Syndrome — and how you can pursue a diagnosis and treatment for yourself or your child. A published credit of Tira Krueger is Taking Tourette Syndrome to School ("Special Kids in School" Series). View Tira Krueger's profile About Tom Dineen (Illustrator): Tom Dineen is a published author and an illustrator of children's books/5(18).

      Tourette Syndrome and School ~ Tell School Staff and Classmates R idicule and Rejection More Hurtful than Tics! If a child has many tics and is embarrassed by them, to make life at school more bearable, a meeting with his teachers before a new school term is in order. - Explore Pam Dyson Play Therapy's board "Tourette Syndrome", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Tourettes syndrome, Syndrome, Tourettes pins.


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Taking Tourette Syndrome to School (Special Kids in School Series) by Tira Krueger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Each book includes a Kids' Quiz to reinforce new information and Ten Tips for Teachers to provide additional facts and ideas for teacher use. In Taking Tourette Syndrome to School, Megan's story helps children understand that her tics are not something she can control, but are part of her life.4/5(22).

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Taking Tourette Syndrome to School Book. By: Tira Krueger Illustrated by: Tom Dineen. Grade level: Pre-K This book is part of The Special Kids in School Series and is a must-have for every counselor, teacher, school nurse, parent, or caregiver.

This beautifully illustrated and fun-to-read storybook tells Taking Tourette Syndrome to School book story of Megan, a kid living with. Taking Tourette Syndrome to School Book By: Tira KruegerIllustrated by: Tom Dineen Grade level: Pre-K This book is part of The Special Kids in School Series and is a must-have for every counselor, teacher, school nurse, parent, or caregiver.

This beautifully illustrated and fun-to. Taking Tourette Syndrome to School (Special Kids in School Series) Paperback – 1 Feb. by Tira Krueger (Author) › Visit Amazon's Tira Krueger Page. search results for this author. Tira Krueger (Author), Tom Dineen (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 16 ratings/5(16).

Books – Children often absorb books well because they have colorful pictures. Children struggle with figurative language until they’re in about third grade.

Until then, most children think concretely, taking things at face value. It might be hard for them to imagine what it’s like to have Tourette Syndrome without an example. How Tourette Syndrome or Tic Disorders May Affect Learning. Children and teens experiencing Tourette syndrome may be frightened or embarrassed by the disruptive nature of their tics while at school.

When Tourette's is not understood by teachers, school staff and other students, the child with Tourette's may face rejection or ridicule.

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These beautifully ill /5(8). Taking Tourette Syndrome to School Book Product Number: Sale Original Price $ Current Price $ This book is part of The Special Kids in School Series and is a must-have for every counselor, teacher, school nurse, parent, or caregiver; This beautifully illustrated and fun-to-read storybook tells the story of Megan, a kid Brand: Child Therapy Toys.

This book is part of The Special Kids in School Series and is a must-have for every counselor, teacher, school nurse, parent, or caregiver. This beautifully illustrated and fun-to-read storybook tells the story of Megan, a kid living with Tourette Syndrome.

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Taking Tourette Syndrome to school. [Tira Krueger; Tom Dineen] -- Megan, a young girl, explains what it is like to live with Tourette Syndrome, a nervous system disorder that causes her to make sudden, uncontrolled movements or sounds known as tics.

This book is part of The Special Kids in School Series and is a must-have for every counselor, teacher, school nurse, parent, or caregiver. This beautifully illustrated and fun-to-read storybook tells the story of Megan, a kid living with Tourette Syndrome.

When read aloud, other children can start to identify why a peer with Tourette Syndrome. Teach children to empathize with peers who have Tourette Syndrome.

Grades: PreK Megan is a child with Tourette Syndrome. Her story will help other children understand that her tics are not something she can control, but rather a part of her life. Other children can start to identify why a peer with Tourette Syndrome may be treated differently and begin to empathize with the peer.

Taking tourette syndrome to school. Krueger, Tire. -- Plainview, NY: JayJo Books, Megan, a young girl, explains what it is like to live with Tourette Syndrome, a nervous system disorder that causes her to make sudden, uncontrolled movements or sounds known as tics.

FAM RJ T68 K78 Taking Tourette Syndrome to School. Taking Tourette Syndrome to School. Your Price: $ This book will help teachers, counselors, school nurses and parents discuss Tourette syndrome with children and classmates.

This book promotes an emotionally school safe environment and explains what Tourette syndrome is. Item Number:   I Can't Stop.

- A Story about Tourette Syndrome Holly Niner, Author Meryl Treatner, Illustrator Albert Whitman & Company, Fiction, Suitable for: Ages Themes: Tourette Syndrome, Tics, Bullying, Understanding, Friendship Opening/Synopsis: "Stop winking at me," Nathan said. "But you were winking at me," his sister retorted.

"Nathan, you've been doing that all week," Dad. In our book, Natural Treatments for Tics and Tourette‘s” A Patient and Family Guide, a mother described how they moved beyond a diagnostic label of Tourette syndrome to using an approach that looked for causes of symptoms. Desperate for answers beyond drugs, she had taken her young son, who was having severe symptoms and had been diagnosed.

Taking Tourette Syndrome to School. Tira Krueger & Tom Dineen (ages 5 ) $ Megan, a young girl, explains what it is like to live with Tourette Syndrome, a nervous system disorder that causes her to make sudden, uncontrolled movements or sounds known as tics.A lack of awareness about Tourette Syndrome may lead to problems in the classroom, therefore understanding from school staff is crucial to the child’s well-being.

Parents can help teachers and school staff understand the involuntary nature of symptoms of TS. Classroom Strategies.Tourette's Syndrome Test. Do you have Tourette's Syndrome? Take this test to find out once and for all. Created by: Kevin Northwest.