"SWIVEL to Success" is based on a teacher workshop developed by BPChildren to help educators understand and assist students with bipolar disorder. This valuable book will give teachers the information they need in order to:
- Understand the symptoms and treatment of bipolar disorder - Understand the educational impact of bipolar disorder - Understand the personal impact of the disorder - Identify how symptoms look in the classroom - Identify underlying brain abnormalities and how these impact learning - Implement appropriate accommodations in the classroom - Tackle tough situations - Help students with bipolar disorder be successful in the classroom
"Tracy Anglada's book, 'Swivel to Success, ' is a powerful guide that clearly offers hope, encouragement and new perspectives for today's educators who face the challenge of teaching students with Pediatric Bipolar Disorder. 'Swivel to Success' is an effective tool that builds confidence, renews strength and fosters endurance in educators who continue to answer the call in each and every classroom across the nation. Parents and educators alike can trust Tracy's detailed, easy, and clear explanation of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder in 'Swivel to Success.' Tracy's commitment to educators and students reminds us that we must continue to move forward in helping all children with bipolar disorder be successful each and every day.
'Swivel to Success' offers a win-win practical guide to everyday classroom life " Val Lyons, RN, MA CP PhD Candidate
About the Author:
Tracy Anglada is an award-winning mental health writer and the founder and Executive Director of BPChildren. Anglada's books have been recommended as resources by Harvard Graduate School of Education, The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, The National Alliance on Mental Illness, The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, The Child & Adolescent Bipolar Foundation, The Juvenile Research Bipolar Foundation, BPMagazine, Scholastic Online, Canadian Mental Health Association, Children's Physician Network, Children's Mercy Hospital, The International Society for Bipolar Disorders, and many more.