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  1.  All About Me

    All About Me

    A Step-by-Step Guide to Telling Children and Young People on the Autism Spectrum about their Diagnosis

    Andrew Miller

    All About Me is based on a programme designed to introduce individual children to their autism diagnosis in the context of their overall personal attributes. Includes practical guidance and tools for parents and professionals on how to approach the subject of a child's autism diagnosis with downloadable templates and sample lesson plans. Learn More
    Jan 2018, 256pp
  2.  Winston Wallaby Can’t Stop Bouncing

    Winston Wallaby Can’t Stop Bouncing

    What to do about Hyperactivity in Children Including Those with ADHD, SPD and ASD

    Kay Al-Ghani and Joy Beaney, illustrated by Haitham Al-Ghani

    This illustrated storybook explains hyperactivity through the story of Winston Wallaby and his uncontrollable bouncing at school. It allows children with ADHD, SPD & ASD to recognise and support their additional sensory needs. A helpful introduction for parents/carers and appendices with strategies to be used at home and in school are included. Learn More
    Dec 2017, 48pp
  3. A Practical Guide to Happiness in Children and Teens on the Autism Spectrum

    A Practical Guide to Happiness in Children and Teens on the Autism Spectrum

    A Positive Psychology Approach

    Victoria Honeybourne

    Give a young person with autism the tools to grow up healthy and happy, with this practical guide to emotional wellbeing. Informed by positive psychology (also known as the science of happiness) and filled with activities, this is a refreshing resource for helping young people build lasting foundations for resilience, self-worth and happiness. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 208pp
  4. The ASD Feel Better Book

    The ASD Feel Better Book

    A Visual Guide to Help Brain and Body for Children on the Autism Spectrum

    Joel Shaul

    Learn to build individual strengths and work through problems with this picture-based guide for children with ASD aged 7-14. The use of simple images and photocopiable worksheets creates a fun and engaging resource for identifying different emotions and how to manage and deal with personal challenges. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 88pp
  5.  Talking with Your Child about Their Autism Diagnosis

    Talking with Your Child about Their Autism Diagnosis

    A Guide for Parents

    Raelene Dundon

    For parents coming to terms with their child's autism diagnosis, this guide is both a practical tool and a source of moral support. Helping you decide who needs to know about the diagnosis and how to explain it, it includes photocopiable worksheets designed to help your child understand what autism is. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 160pp
  6. The Parents' Practical Guide to Resilience for Children aged 2-10 on the Autism Spectrum

    The Parents' Practical Guide to Resilience for Children aged 2-10 on the Autism Spectrum

    Jeanette Purkis and Emma Goodall

    Building resilience and independence in children with autism can be hugely beneficial in helping them live an independent and rewarding life. This book is a practical resource filled based around major life events; each milestone will include exercises that you can work through to more effectively build resilience and independence in your child. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 176pp
  7.  Developing Empathy in the Early Years

    Developing Empathy in the Early Years

    A Guide for Practitioners

    Helen Garnett

    This accessible, hands-on guide offers practical advice for those working with young children on developing their empathetic practice and fostering empathetic settings. It explains how to use simple teaching methods, games and stories to promote empathetic behaviour in children. Learn More
    Oct 2017, 224pp
  8. A Guide to Sometimes Noise is Big for Parents and Educators

    A Guide to Sometimes Noise is Big for Parents and Educators

    Angela Coelho and Lori Seeley, illustrated by Camille Robertson

    This accompanying guide to Sometimes Noise is Big shows what everyday life is like for a child on the autism spectrum and the types of sensory issues they experience. It offers simple explanations of the issues and advice on how to help children with autism with common sensory difficulties. Learn More
    Oct 2017, 64pp
  9.  Sometimes Noise is Big

    Sometimes Noise is Big

    Life with Autism

    Angela Coelho, illustrated by Camille Robertson

    What would life be like if the world was too noisy for your eyes, or your clothes always felt too itchy? This picture book describes the world from the point of view of a child with autism and the sensory issues and big feelings they often encounter. This simple explanation is ideal for children aged 5+ to help understanding of sensory issues. Learn More
    Oct 2017, 40pp
  10. A Guide to Mental Health Issues in Girls and Young Women on the Autism Spectrum

    A Guide to Mental Health Issues in Girls and Young Women on the Autism Spectrum

    Diagnosis, Intervention and Family Support

    Dr Judy Eaton

    Girls with autism require tailored support for dealing with mental health issues. This book offers interventions specifically for supporting girls with their mental health, by looking at looking at how girls are assessed and diagnosed for autism, and explaining which mental health conditions girls with autism most frequently experience. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 240pp

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