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Van Wel, F., ter Bogt, T., & Raaijmakers, Q. (2002). Developing social and emotional skills—particularly at the adult level—is a complex process. It helps the child develop the basic trust and self-confidence necessary to go out and meet others. As a result of these anxious feelings, you may even be avoiding social situations. This workbook is aimed at students with limited reading abilities. The academy provides onsite occupational and speech therapy and has a 1:1.5 student-to-staff ratio.

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Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing; 1 edition (February 1990)

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