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  1.  The Illustrated Guide to Dyslexia and Its Amazing People

    The Illustrated Guide to Dyslexia and Its Amazing People

    Kate Power & Kathy Iwanczak Forsyth, Foreword by Richard Rogers

    An engaging visual explanation of dyslexia, what it means, and how to embrace it. Vibrant images and simple text depict what dyslexia is, along with helpful tools for learning and examples of skills and professions best-suited for people with dyslexia. Includes tips for success, additional games and learning resources. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 96pp
  2. An Employer’s Guide to Managing Professionals on the Autism Spectrum

    An Employer’s Guide to Managing Professionals on the Autism Spectrum

    Integrate (Marcia Scheiner and Joan Bodgen), illustrated by Meron Philo

    This is a comprehensive reference guide for managers and colleagues of people with Asperger's Syndrome. The book outlines the day-to-day workplace challenges faced by those with AS and then provides practical strategies to solve them in a respectful way. This book will help anyone engage with and support co-workers with AS to ensure mutual success. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 256pp
  3.  Sensing the City

    Sensing the City

    An Autistic Perspective

    Sandra Beale-Ellis, Foreword by Luke Beardon

    Visiting a city can be an exciting and overwhelming experience, especially when you have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This enlightening book provides a first-hand sensory perspective of what experiencing a city is like for someone with ASD and offers advice on how to cope in a city when you have sensory issues. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 160pp
  4.  Teaching Pre-Employment Skills to 14-17 Year Olds

    Teaching Pre-Employment Skills to 14-17 Year Olds

    The Autism Works Now!® Method

    Joanne Lara and Susan Osborne. Foreword by Temple Grandin

    Teaching young people with autism workplace skills while they are still school-aged is essential for helping them get jobs once they are ready to enter employment. This ready-made curriculum does exactly that, with a structured program for teaching groups of students aged 14-17 vital pre-employment skills, from interviewing to networking. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 176pp
  5.  It's Raining and I'm Okay

    It's Raining and I'm Okay

    A Calming Story to Help Children Relax When They Go Out and About

    Adele Devine, illustrated by Quentin Devine

    Children with special needs often feel overwhelmed while out and about, but this simple rhyming story can help them to reduce feelings of anxiety. Ideal for kids aged 3-7, this bright and reassuring picture book offers calming strategies, useful symbols for pre-readers, and downloadable notes to support kids who feel anxious out of the home. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 40pp
  6.  Special Needs and Legal Entitlement, Second Edition

    Special Needs and Legal Entitlement, Second Edition

    The Essential Guide to Getting out of the Maze

    Melinda Nettleton and John Friel

    Fully updated, this essential, accessible guide to the legal entitlements of children and young people with special needs explains the new system of Education, Health and Care Plans which replaces the Statement of Special Educational Needs. It provides information for parents about how the system works, what they can expect and how they can appeal. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 400pp
  7. The Asperger Teen's Toolkit

    The Asperger Teen's Toolkit

    Francis Musgrave

    With minimal text and fun, comic book style graphics, this is a treasure trove of information for young people with Asperger Syndrome and their carers. Exploring the science of how the human mind works, it gives handy tips on how to cope with all elements of the adult world, including responsibilities, health, sex and relationships. Learn More
    Jul 2017, 136pp
  8.  Self-Control to the Rescue!

    Self-Control to the Rescue!

    Super Powers to Help Kids Through the Tough Stuff in Everyday Life

    Lauren Brukner, illustrated by Apsley

    An illustrated resource packed with strategies and exercises for children aged 4-7 to regulate emotions and overcome the challenges of the most difficult times in a typical day. Simple solutions and guidance can be adapted into any child's daily routine with tips and extra resources for parents and educators. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 112pp
  9.  Robin and the White Rabbit

    Robin and the White Rabbit

    A Story to Help Children with Autism to Talk about their Feelings and Join In

    Emma Lindström and Åse Brunnström. Foreword by Tony Attwood., illustrated by Emma Lindström

    Using activity cards as a basis for communication, this inspiring picture book for 4-10 year olds shows how children on the autism spectrum, or children who find it hard to communicate with their peers, can learn to express themselves through simple question and answer exercises. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 48pp
  10.  Developing Resilience in Young People with Autism using Social Stories™

    Developing Resilience in Young People with Autism using Social Stories™

    Siobhan Timmins

    Using the highly effective Social Stories™ model, this book focusses on writing and illustrating stories to develop resilience in young people with autism who are particularly susceptible to setbacks. With ideas for coping strategies and positive response techniques, this book offers a means to work through negative experiences. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 104pp

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