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The Stigmatized Child ➵ [Reading] ➷ The Stigmatized Child By Anne Ford ➪ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Stigma is one of the meanest and most difficult aspects of having a child with learning disabilities and related disorders We may not be able to change the way society feels overnight but we can help Stigma is one of the meanest and most difficult aspects of having a child with learning disabilities and related disorders We may not be able to change the way society feels overnight but we can help lessen the pain caused by stigma The answer is Acceptance and Resilience In their new book The Stigmatized Child “Mommy am I stupid” Helping Parents Overcome the Stigma Attached to Learning Disabilities ADHD and Lack of Social Skills Anne Ford and John Richard Thompson explore the different forms of stigma such as the stigma faced by The Stigmatized Kindle - children from classmates and friends and from society Parents too can suffer the effects of stigma and often react by denying or trying to hide their child’s disabilities In The Stigmatized Child they share stories from other parents and their children and offer advice from professionals on how to deal with the often painful and long lasting effects of stigma.

  • Paperback
  • 185 pages
  • The Stigmatized Child
  • Anne Ford
  • English
  • 18 March 2015
  • 9780692958384

About the Author: Anne Ford

Anne Ford served as Chairman of the Board of the National Center for Learning Disabilities NCLD from to Mrs Ford has received many honors for her work including the Lizette H Sarnoff Award for Volunteer Service from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and an Honorary Degree Doctor of Humane Letters from Leslie University for her advocacy work for people with learning disabilit.



2 thoughts on “The Stigmatized Child

  1. Katherine Sullivan Katherine Sullivan says:

    As both a parent of a child who has learning disabilities and a therapist in the community I am so grateful for this book and to Anne Ford for sharing her experiences When raising a child with disabilities there can be incredible highs and fantastic lows Often times the lows are caused by stigma and challenges you did not know even existed I have shared this book as well as some of Anne Ford's earlier books to family members who want to try and understand what my family is experiencing and support us better I recommend this book to clients who are struggling and feel alone that no one understands what they are going through This book as are all of Anne Ford's books is a gift to all the families who are struggling and offers a compass to help navigate what can be a confusing and even disheartening road

  2. Leah Leah says:

    Of all of Anne Ford’s books this one spoke to my heart the most This was very painful to read and I literally felt flayed open It didn’t sugar coat the reality of having a child with a severe learning disability but it completely validated my experience thus far It didn’t offer a bright and rosie future either This was read as part of a parent support book club at my daughter’s school

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