AUTHOR: Dr. Carol Leibovich-Mankes

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Dr. Carol Leibovich-Mankes has been an Occupational Therapist and Parent Educator for the past 20 years. She feels strongly about working as a team to develop a healthy and conducive environment of growth for children with developmental delays, learning differences, and/or learning disabilities. Her mission is to assist each child to reach his/her unique and full potential at home, in social settings, and at school. 

Dr. Carol Leibovich-Mankes has extensive experience working in private practice and school settings, providing occupational therapy, in addition to parent and health coaching/educational services. She served as adjunct faculty for the Occupational Therapy Master’s Program at Nova Southeastern University’s College of Health Care Sciences. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Hebrew.

Dr. Carol Leibovich-Mankes’s educational background includes a Doctorate and Master’s Degree In Occupational Therapy from Nova Southeastern University, Bachelor’s Degree In Psychology from the University Of Florida, Certification in Grief Counseling and Professional Life, Health, and Parent Coaching.

PUBLISHED BOOKS

On The Road To Handwriting Success: A Resource Guide for Therapists, Teachers, and Parents

On the Road to Handwriting Success

A Resource Guide for Therapists, Teachers, and Parents

- If you're a parent who is tired of nagging your child about sloppy handwriting and/or poor academic performance...
- If you're a teacher who wants to delve deeper into learning about how handwriting skills develop and/or when to refer a child to a specialist...
- If you're a therapist looking for an educational resource for your clients...

On the Road to Handwriting Success: A Resource Guide for Therapists, Teachers and Parents is for you! It is written by Dr. Carol Leibovich-Mankes, an Occupational Therapist and Parent Coach with 20 years of experience in the field.

Remember-a Child's Behavior is not Always What it Seems.

What we see is behavior; what we don't see are the possible underlying struggles preventing the child from meeting expectations. These may include unmet basic needs (sleep, hunger, need for attention, security, etc.), self-esteem issues, heightened emotions, developmental level, executive-function abilities, sensory needs, and/or undiagnosed disabilities. This guide will help you discover your child's strengths and weaknesses. Its focus is on his/her abilities, not entirely on diagnosis. On the Road to Handwriting Success is the ultimate resource for therapists, teachers, and parents. In it, you will find tips, strategies, suggestions, and information to minimize and understand undesirable behavior(s), below grade level performance and to support handwriting and learning development in children.

Let's Assist our Children in Reaching their Unique and Full Potential by Improving their Skills and Providing them with Strategies for Learning and Life Success.