ABLE: A system for mental health screening and care for preschool children

Author(s): Barbarin, Oscar;
Date Issued: 2006
Publisher(s): National Black Child Development Institute
Description: A proposal of a tool for the early detection of behavioral and emotional problems in special needs children
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Editor(s): Bowman, Barbara T.; Moore, Evelyn
Source: In B. T. Bowman & E. Moore (Eds.), School readiness and social-emotional development: Perspectives on cultural diversity (pp. 77-88). Washington, DC: National Black Child Development Institute
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Development & School Readiness > Behavior/Social & Emotional Development/Socialization

Children & Child Development > Children with Special Needs & Special Child Populations > Children with Special Needs

Service Delivery > Physical & Mental Health & Safety
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