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Cindy Croft

Biography: Cindy Croft is the director of the Center for Inclusive Child Care at Concordia University and on faculty for several university education programs. She has her MA in Education and has worked in the field of early childhood for over twenty years.

Cindy Croft's Books

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  • Caring for Young Children with Special Needs Quick Guide

    Author: Cindy Croft
    Product Code: 545042
    ISBN: 978-1-60554-504-2

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    Published by Redleaf Press Free sample chapter

    This quick guide gives you what you need to start working with children with special needs. Includes a look at inclusion in early childhood programs, disability law, the framework of an inclusive program, and typical vs. atypical development.

    Several specific disabilities and special needs are covered including definitions, common characteristics of children with these special needs, and strategies for adaptation to include all children in your program. While not a diagnosis tool, this book will help you identify and accommodate special needs in your program and inform families of when further help may be needed.

    Age focus: 0–8.

    Softbound, 88 pgs.

     
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  • Caring for Young Children with Special Needs (e-book)

    Author: Cindy Croft
    Product Code: 545059
    ISBN: 978-1-60554-505-9

    Description & More Details

    Published by Redleaf Press New Product

    This quick guide gives you what you need to start working with children with special needs. Includes a look at inclusion in early childhood programs, disability law, the framework of an inclusive program, and typical vs. atypical development.

    Several specific disabilities and special needs are covered including definitions, common characteristics of children with these special needs, and strategies for adaptation to include all children in your program. While not a diagnosis tool, this book will help you identify and accommodate special needs in your program and inform families of when further help may be needed.

    Age focus: 0–8.

    e-book, 97 pgs.