Various resources are available to teach parents about educational resources that may be available for their children. Some helpful books and websites are listed below.
Anglada, T. (2009). SWIVEL to Success – Bipolar Disorder in the Classroom: A Teacher’s Guide to Helping Students Succeed, Murdock, FL: BPChildren. Describes the impact of bipolar disorder on a student in the classroom and suggests school-based interventions.
Wright, P. & P. (2006). From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Surviving Guide. Provides a how-to for seeking appropriate school services for children with special needs.
www.natsap.org – National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs
www.iser.com/index.shtml – Internet Special Education Resources (ISER)