The booklets are chock full of resources, given in a manner such that facilitates the parent’s learning and provides a balanced perspective within each community, not playing favorites with ideologies.
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San Jose, CA (PRWEB) May 3, 2010
The S-O-S Rescue Series guides with easy to use steps and stages help parents navigate the difficult road of determining where to start and what to do when their child receives a diagnosis of ADHD / ADD, autism, Aspergers, or anxiety and stress. There are also guides to assist parents with a child who has deficits in social skills or play skills. Each guide contains 60 to 100 references with short synopses. The guides are sized so that parents can easily carry them and pull one out to read anywhere, anytime. A more detailed description can be found at http://www.sos-research.com/S-O-S_Rescue_Series.html.
Danette M. Schott, founder of S-O-S Research and writer of the corresponding blog, is an adoptive parent whose research on special needs issues for her Russian child developed into the S-O-S Rescue Series. Given the recent account of Torry Hansen returning her Russian adoptive child back to his native country, these guides may be a part of the puzzle for parents struggling with special needs. Terri Mauro, writer for About.com profiles S-O-S Research in a recent article at http://specialchildren.about.com/od/promoteawareness/p/sosresearch.htm.
Heather Sedlock, the Special Needs Kids writer for Examiner.com, says, “The booklets are chock full of resources, given in a manner such that facilitates the parent’s learning and provides a balanced perspective within each community, not playing favorites with ideologies.” She concludes, "The products are reasonably priced and well worth every penny!" Her full review can be found at http://www.examiner.com/x-10560-Special-Needs-Kids-Examiner~y2010m4d29-SOS-Research-is-a-great-first-step-for-parents-of-newly-diagnosed-special-needs-kids.
Each topic in the S-O-S guides is divided into three stages. Each stage has a set of custom steps to walk parents through the problem-solving process. Stage 1 is identifying the problem. Stage 2 is analyzing the options. Stage 3 is refining the solutions.
S-O-S guides provide parents with a large amount of information on their topic of need: ADHD / ADD, autism, Aspergers, anxiety and stress, social skills deficits, and play skills deficits. Information and references address issues such as school, friendships, sports, and more. A parent is given the jump start needed to move quickly with helping their child reach his potential.
S-O-S Research has a blog titled “Help! S-O-S for Parents.” Visit it today to receive free tips and helpful references on special needs issues.
About S-O-S Research at http://www.sos-research.com/:
Our mission is to provide parents with easy-to-follow steps to guide them to appropriate information, support, and comprehensive references to help their children reach their potential.
About “Help! S-O-S for Parents” blog at http://sos-research-blog.com/:
This blog supports parents with children with special needs. Issues can include ADHD / ADD, autism, Aspergers, anxiety, social skills deficits, play skills deficits, and more. Parents are provided with tips, helpful hints, and resources to help their children through many Social, Other, School (S-O-S) issues.
About Danette M. Schott, Founder of S-O-S Research:
Personal need required Danette Schott to research and gather information on topics related to special needs, such as learning disabilities, psychological & mental disorders, social skills deficits, IEPs (Individualized Education Programs), and much more. She observed the burden of other parents working a similar maze in attempt to help their children with various problems. This observation, along with her love of children and compassion for those who struggle, prompted Danette to establish S-O-S Research and write and publish the S-O-S Rescue Series guides.
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