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Electrolyte disorders -- Acid-base disorders -- Acute kidney injury -- Glomerular diseases -- Inherited kidney diseases -- Tubulointerstitial diseases -- Nephrolithiasis and nephrocalcinosis -- Chronic kidney disease -- End stage renal disease -- Hypertension -- Kidney transplantation.
A series of articles about difference and diversity: Astra Milberg is a woman with Down Syndrome who has a powerful voice; Michael Souciets reflects on deeply held biases against people with disabilities; and Dave Hingsburger is a well known writer in disability issues.
Saying please and thank you are fun and easy to remember with this simple and repetitive story told with the help of flaps that little fingers can easily lift.
This illustrated easy-to-read book is a tool to explain Mitochondrial disease to the people in your community: in your child's classroom, with neighbors, extended family members and friends. About children with all degrees of abilities, it helps them understand the variable issues that children wit…
In order to prevent or detect sexual abuse, one must first open positive communication with children about sexual issues. A Very Touching Book establishes a warm and positive foundation for sexuality before the issues of detection and prevention are addressed. Through the use of humour, this book…
Little Man is a documentary film of a micro-preemie who weighs only one pound and faces impossible odds for survival. The family must choose between the destruction of their idyllic family and the life of their infant son. The film is the winner of 12 film festival awards from around the United S…
In this healing story, a little tree loses some of her branches in a storm. She experiences emotions of fear, self-blame, and worry so common to children facing serious medical problems. The little tree in the forest survives the storm and learns that although many branches and leaves were lost, sh…
Written in both text and braille, this is a story book for visually impaired or blind children.
The little snowflake wants to be part of a great big snowman. When he lands on a big stone instead of the ground, he's afraid that no one will see him! ; But then four sweet kids come to his rescue. And the little snowflake learns an important lesson about not giving up.
Little Bear has a loose tooth that just won't fall out. Emily, Cat, Duck, and Owl each have a plan to make it fall out. Will Little Bear ever have something for the tooth fairy?
Each page has a tactile illustration, and is printed in Braille.
The first day of school from the point of view of a little girl, who is afraid and worried about the unknown.
A picture book about the feelings of a child expecting her first baby brother/sister.
The Ottawa Anesthesia Primer is an essential primary text for medical students and residents completing a rotation in anesthesia. Throughout the text, emphasis has been given to knowledge, procedures and skills with a focus on preoperative assessment, securing intravenous access, airway management…
Presents a program of occupational therapy intervention technique to develop legible manuscript letter formation. Covers developmental handwriting plan, treatments plans, special problems and suggetions, and references and resources.
Four stories, told first in English and then in Spanish, explore the imaginative lives of children. The first two tales by Max Tell were originally written in English and have been translated into Spanish by Silvana Goldemberg. The other stories were written by Goldemberg and "interpreted" by Tell,…
Written for children and families coping with hydrocephalus. The story traces Barney the Beagle and his family as they learn about hydrocephalus and its treatment.
Once Upon a Sign is a series of classic children's stories re-created with modern themes and performed entirely in beautiful American Sign Language. Delight the whole family all over again in timeless stories with new twists.
Although she is saddened that storm damage has caused her to lose some of her branches, Little Tree draws strength and happiness from the knowledge that she still has a strong trunk, deep roots, and a beautiful heart.
Disc 1: A little princess (Alfonso Cuaron) ; Disc 2: The Secret garden (Anieszka Holland)
This resource offers strategies, insights, and points to remember in order to address common areas of difficulty, including creating a safe space, quieting sensory overload, quelling anxiety, connecting to feelings, promoting friendship, and feeding creativity in children with Asperger's. ; Table o…
Why do we need health literacy? Through a health promotion and social justice lens, Laurie Hoffman-Goetz, Lorie Donelle, and Rukhsana Ahmed describe health literacy as an increasingly important determinant of health and highlight the necessity of health literacy skills for ensuring equitable access…
A comprehensive overview of the current state of world poverty and health, directed to the health care provider interested in volunteering abroad --Provided by publisher
Esta es una guía rápida para entender la diabetes, explicada en términos simples y con ilustraciones, para que los niños puedan comprender. Esta es la versión resumida del libro "Cómo entender la diabetes insulinodependiente". (This book writen in Spanish is a synopsis of the larger book, Understan…
The symptoms of a concussion can be tough for kids to recognize. ; Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael's Hospital.
Written in braille, this is an exercise book to teach reading for visually impaired or blind persons.