Resources

Persons with Special Health Care Needs (MFTD) Bibliographies

Books

  • Children and Youth Assisted by Medical Technology in Educational Settings

    This reference book provides guidelines on the care and support required to include students assisted by medical technology in school settings

  • Computer Resources for People with Disabilities

    This book will show you how current technology is redefining human potential by empowering people with disabilities to access communication to the world.

  • Handbook of Infant Mental Health

    This revised and expanded second edition brings readers up to date on the tremendous advances in theory, research and practice of infant mental health issues that have taken place over the past decade.

  • Home Care for Children with Technology Dependence

    This book contains information on studies of children with technology dependence.

  • My Son My Gentle Son

    Honest, compassionate narrative describing the special relationship that developed between the author and his profoundly disabled son. In a narrative that is heart-rending, without being sentimental the book explores the profound changes wrought by tragedy and grief. For parents and families who have suffered the loss of a child in death or in life, and for professionals who work with these families this book lends understanding to the painful, conflicting emotions associated with loss and with parenting a special child.