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Emotional Disturbance

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Books

Honorable Intentions
by PACER Center
Most people who work with children who have emotional or behavioral disorders have honorable intentions. Their desire is to help a child learn to deal with his or her problems and to succeed. However, there are many different ideas about what these children need, and people may disagree about what to do.

Handouts

Emotional Disturbance
CPIR
Find out what different emotional disturbances have in common, how they are defined in federal law, and where to find more detailed information on specific disorders. (English)
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Guidelines for Serving Students with Emotional Disturbance in Educational Settings(Revised 2016)
NDDPI
The Guidelines for Serving Students with Emotional Disturbance in Educational Settings is intended to serve as a resource for IEP teams looking to comprehensively address the needs of this population of students. (English)
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Trastornos Emocionales
CPIR
Averigüe qué diferentes trastornos emocionales tienen en común, cómo se definen en la ley federal y dónde encontrar información más detallada sobre trastornos específicos. (Find out what different emotional disturbances have in common, how they are defined in federal law, and where to find more detailed information on specific disorders.) (Spanish)
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Online Resources

Anne Carlsen Center
Agency/Organization

The Anne Carlsen Center offers a rich tradition of empowering individuals with disabilities and their families. Our experienced staff provides compassion, training, services and supports in homes and communities across North Dakota.

ND Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health
Agency/Organization

The ND Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health (NDFFCMH) is a parent-run advocacy organization focused on the needs of children and youth with emotional, behavioral, and mental disorders and their families. NDFFCMH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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