services for internationally adopted children
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,
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.
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
ChildIn: 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 internationallyAdoption Today, February/March 2005.
adopted children to a new family.
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.
by Dr. Gindis
Development Mediated by Trauma:
The Dark Side
of International Adoption
Bringing up and
educating the internationally adopted children is a formidable task.
How to deal with their developmental delays, emotional vulnerability,
"mixed maturity," cumulative cognitive deficit, and other
challenges? This book is filled with insights, rarely found in many
overly optimistic publications on international adoption. Based
on clinical experience and written for professionals and parents
alike, this book poses the questions and gives answers on many unavoidable
issues of a traumatized child.
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