By Robert L. Mapou
In keeping with the author's renowned workshop, this concise quantity presents medical and useful assistance on assessing studying disabilities and ADHD in adults. It contains directions for gaining access to the author's downloadable PowerPoints, in addition to a continuous schooling part (3 credit) that's administered by way of the yankee Academy of medical Neuropsychology. issues contain definitions of incapacity (including criminal definitions), overview, and administration techniques (from medicines and treatment to academic and office accommodations), and assistive expertise and software program. 3 case examples are supplied, in addition to a pattern record. The ebook is aimed toward scientific neuropsychologists and medical psychologists who're fascinated about the overview and administration of adults with studying disabilities and/or ADHD.
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Adult Learning Disabilities and ADHD: Research-Informed Assessment by Robert L. Mapou