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Sara Peabody (Student)
was very educational to both students and teachers. The material was really
Melissa Catlin (Student)
2. I think that the quality of the site is good. It has factual information and
be educationally significant. This is the best site I have seen on child psychology
3. I think that if this site was used appropriately that it could enhance
teaching and learning because it is very informational.
Shannon Chanofsky (Student)
extensive information on childhood disorders ranging from ADD to Downes Syndrome
and included information on testing, advocacy, legal aspects, and treatments.
I spent about an hour going through this site. The material was very thorough,
well written and easy to comprehend. This site would be an ideal resource for
many students and faculty members. I expecially appreciated the legal and
advocacy section. This was the first time I have seen this subject covered in
such a comprehensive fashion.
and all of the links functioned as they should.
Dave Ernenwein (Student)
about several disorders I had known about and learned about some that I had
never heard of before. The disorders Spina Bifida which is a defect that results
in cleft or mishapen spine that sometimes protrudes out of the victims back and
can cause serious physical limitations that can only be corrected with a series
of surguries. I also leaned about the disorder Prader-Willi syndrome which
prevents proper muscle development, causes an over active appitite that can lead
to over eating and obesity, learning disabilities, and some behavioral
informnation. Unlike many sites that are congested with tons of information and
numerous links, this site keeps it small and simple.
Ellen Weintraub (Student)
to children. Alot of the information was stuff I never thought possible.
Janet Briggs (Student)
alot of information and accessible resources for assistance. Dr. Rene Thomas
Folse is both a licensed psychologist and Attorney at Law in California. Her
legal expertise provides a valuable resource. The website provides treatment,
resources and remediation information. There is even information about how to
become a "Child Psychologist".
through. One negative comment is that some of the specific disorders were last
updated in 1997or 1998. Dr. Folse does provide her email for comments.
Milton O'Connell (Student)
mark it - as it may be helpful in the future. good choice. keep up the good
Nicole Rymar (Student)
ofr women who are planning to have children becuase it gives them an idea of
what can effect their child.
Stacey Houser (Student)
teacher, or have a child with a disability this site is for you! It has more
information than any site I have found. I spent hours read the information on
about and it pops up.
Jill Potter (Student)
several childhood conditions such as;ADD, cerebral palsy, autism,epilepsy, down
syndrome, and so on. It also discusses advocacy for the child, psychological
testing, and resources and services.If one is searching any of these topics,
this site has a great deal of knowledgable information.
links are all available.