'This three-volume set is the first to comprehensively address the needs of educators in understanding and treating pediatric conditions in school settings. The editors have invited many of the top scientists in their respective areas to succinctly summarize research findings that are most relevant for school professionals. The three volumes cover a plethora of pediatric conditions and health care topics ranging from chronic illnesses (e.g., asthma) to neuropsychiatric disorders (e.g., autism) to prevention and wellness intervention to controversial and hot topics (e.g., steroid use by adolescents and use of multiple psychotropic drugs in the absence of controlled trials). The editors and chapter authors deliver well-written, interesting, and concise chapters that focus on educational implications and school-based strategies that directly translate research into practice.'ùGeorge J. DuPaul, Professor of School PsychologyLehigh UniversityA collection of go-to references for important health topics!Written for school psychologists, counselors, administrators, and teachers, these concise, well-researched volumes provides a balanced, practical perspective on common health issues related to pediatric disorders, genetic and acquired disorders, and psychiatric disorders. The guides support the work of practitioners who provide differentiated instruction, educational accommodations, special education services, and family outreach and collaboration. Each book is divided into three sections, with each chapter featuring:An introductory case studyVital information about specific health topicsImplications and strategies for educatorsDiscussion questionsHandoutsA review of the latest and most reliable scientific researchThis three-volume collection includes the books Genetic and Acquired Disorders, Pyschiatric Disorders, and Pediatric Disorders.