1. Introduction.- 2. Overview of NVLD.- 3. The Role of the Occupational Therapist.- 4. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities: A Speech-Language Pathologist's Perspective.- 5. Psychological Assessments for NVLD.- 6. The Physician's Role in Treating NVLD.- 7. Coaching: Addressing the Psychosocial and Executive Functioning Challenges of NVLD in K-12 and the Transition to Adulthood.- 8. The Role of the Educational Therapist - Academic Interventions for Reading and Writing.- 9. The Educational Therapist and Mathematics.- 10. Promoting Social Emotional Competency in Children with NVLD.- 11. College Counseling with the NVLD Student.- 12. Social and Cultural Capital for Students with NVLD: Transitioning into Higher Education.- 13. Employment and Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Individuals with NVLD.- 14. Clinical Practice and the Law for NVLD.- 15. Overview of the Current Research on NVLD.- 16. Dealing with a NVLD: A Family's Perspective.- 17. Conclusions.- Appendix.
Clearly identifies and describes the roles and responsibilities of the various professionals involved in treating children with NVLD
Links evidence-based treatment options directly to assessment techniques
Offers scientist-practitioners with workable interventions that can be immediately applied in practice
Serves as an essential resource for school practitioners and other professionals who work with children with learning disabilities inside and outside of school