Related Issues for International
Adoptees and Adoptive Families
In T. Tepper L. Hannon D. Sandstrom (Eds.). International Adoption:
Challenges and Opportunities, pp. 98-108. PNPIC, Meadow Lands,
- Our Children
in School: A New Challenge for
Parents and Teachers.
Interview with Dr. Boris Gindis. Published in "The New York
FRUA News", Volume 2, issue 1- 2, Winter-Spring 1999.
- The Bilingual
Verbal Ability Tests (BVAT): A Breakthrough in Bilingual Assessment
- or Is It? "Communiqué" (National Association of School
Psychologists), 27 (6), 26-27.
Navigating Uncharted Waters: School Psychologists Working with
Internationally Adopted Post-Institutionalized Children
"Communiqué" (National Association of School
Psychologists), Part l: 27 (1), 6- 9, Part ll: 27 (2), 20-23.
Your Child's Medical Report: Oligophrenia.
The Post 10 (1), 3-4. PNPIC, Medow Land, PA
Readiness and School Placement of a Newly Adopted Post-institutionalized
In: The Family Focus, FRUA (Families for Russian and
Ukrainian Adoptions) newsletter, Summer 2004,
Volume X-2, pages 8-10
a psycho-educational evaluation of a school
age internationally adopted child is to be done
as soon as possible?
Adoption Today, June/July 2004 - Volume 6,
Number 6, p.56
Development In Internationally
China Connection (Newsletter for New England
Families who have adopted children from China),
Volume 10, Issue 2, 2004, pp 34-37.
adjustment of school-age internationally
adopted children to a new family.
Adoption Today, February/March 2005.
to Promote Healthy Development.
(ages 4 to 6).
Adoption Today, August/September 2005 - Volume 1,
Number 1, p. 30-31.
Cognitive, Language, and Educational Issues
of Children Adopted from Overseas Orphanages
Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology,
Volume 4, Number 3, pp. 291-315
Charge: Home-Based Cognitive and
Language Remediation for Internationally
Adoption Today, February/March 2006 - Volume 8,
Number 4, p.52,53,62,63.
Cognitive Deficit in international
adoptees: its origin, indicators, and means of remediation
In: The Family Focus, FRUA (Families for Russian
and Ukrainian Adoptions) newsletter, Spring 2006,
Volume XII-1, pages 1-2 (Part I); Summer 2006,
Vol. XII-2, pages 6-7 (Part II).
Autism In Children Adopted Internationally: Myth Or Reality?
International Journal Of Special Education - Volume 23,
Number 3, 2008, pp, 118-123.
International adoptees in our schools
Adoption Today, February/March 2009; pp. 42-45.
Assessment: What to Expect?
The Family Focus. Families For Russian & Ukrainian Adoption,
Spring 2009, VOL. XV-I.