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Selected videos of interest, recommended by Special Educational parents.   The Concord SPED PAC will receive 15% of the selling price of each video you buy from our page.  If you buy multiple books, etc. we only receive a referral fee for the book you purchase directly from our pages.  We are a non-profit organization and use the money from the books to help fund this website.  We thank you for your support.

Misunderstood Minds: Understanding Kids Who Struggle to Learn (2002)

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Misunderstood Minds
VHS; Unrated April 23, 2002
Recognizing each child's intellectual, emotional, and physical strengths--and teaching directly to these strengths--is key to sculpting "a mind at a time," according to Dr. Mel Levine. While this flashing yellow light will not surprise many skilled educators, limited resources often prevent them from shifting their instructional gears. But to teachers and parents whose children face daily humiliation at school, the author bellows, "Try harder!" A professor of pediatrics at the University of North Carolina Medical School, Levine eloquently substantiates his claim that developmental growth deserves the same monitoring as a child's physical growth.

The Out-of-Sync Child Video:
Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Integration Dysfunction

By Carol Stock Kranowitz, Larry B. Silver

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VHS; Unrated
June 7, 2002
"Difficult", "Picky", "Oversensitive", "Clumsy", "Unpredictable", "Inattentive".   Children who have been labeled with words like these may actually be suffering from Sensory Integration Disorder a very common, but frequently misdiagnosed, condition that can manifest itself in excessively high or low activity levels, problems with motor coordination, over sensitivity or under sensitivity to sensations and movements, and other  symptoms. This viedo, shows how SI Dysfunction can be confused with ADD, learning disabilities, and other problems, tells how parents can recognize the problem and offers a  drug free treatment approach for children who need help. 
Health Talks at The Cleveland Clinic Presents:
The Explosive and Noncompliant Child: A Special Workshop for Parents

Featuring Dr. Ross Greene
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1-2-3 Magic
Managing difficult Behavior in Children
Ages 2-12 (1990) 

Rick Lavoie, M.A., M.Ed. was the headmaster of Riverview school ( Mass. approveed special education school) for many years.
Has several videos:
  • "Last One Picked..First One Picked On", The F.A.T. City Workshop, 1994
  • "How Difficult Can This Be?", Learning Disabilities and Social Skills, 1989
              Learning Disabilities and Discipline with Richard Lavoie,
  • "When the Chips Are Down", Strategies for Improving Children's Behavior, 1997

ENABLE: People with Disabilities and Computers
by David Bolnick, Ph.D.
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VHS; Unrated
June 7, 2002


Assistive Technology, AAC, Computers and Software for the Disabled, Accessibility.
This documentary produced by David Bolnick, Ph.D. illustrates how people with disabilities use Assistive devices, AAC and computers in all aspects of their lives.

video: "LD Stories,  What it's like to have LD"

The Lab School
4759 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 965-6600



Learning Disabilities Worldwide (LDW)
(formaly Learning Disabilities Association of Massachusetts (LDAM)) has 7 videos:

"Stop and Go Ahead with Success : 
  An Integrated Approach  to Helping Children Develop Social Skills"
  Presented by Stephen Rothenberg, Psy. D.

Jerome J. Schultz, Ph.D. videos:
    "Einstein & Me: Talking About Learning Disabilities"
    "Meeting with Success: Ten Tips for a Successful I.E.P."

"Portraits of Success: Fostering Hope and Resilience in Individuals with Learning Disabilities"
  Hosted by Larry B. Silver, MD and Robert Brooks, Ph. D.

"Planning for Success: The College Application Process for Students with Learning Disabilities"
  by Presented by Leslie S. Goldberg, M.Ed.

"Pathways to Success: College Students with Learning Disabilities"
  Presented by: Maureen K. Riley

"Profiles of Success: Successful Adults Achieving with Learning Disabilities"
  Hosted by Larry B. Silver, M.D.

Learning Disabilities Worldwide, Inc.
P.O. Box 142
Weston, MA 02493

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Last updated April 19, 2006
By Melody Orfei