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  1. M is for Autism

    M is for Autism

    The Students of Limpsfield Grange School and Vicky Martin

    Written by the students of Limpsfield Grange School for girls with autism, M is for Autism is a truly authentic coming-of-age novel that shows what it's really like to grow up feeling a bit different. Why is being normal so easy for everyone else? Will finally getting a label help M to make sense of it all? What does normal even mean anyway? Learn More
    Jul 2015, 96pp
  2. Challenging Stress, Burnout and Rust-Out

    Challenging Stress, Burnout and Rust-Out

    Finding Balance in Busy Lives

    Teena J. Clouston

    This practical resource provides professionals with techniques for developing a more balanced lifestyle. The author discusses the meaning of whole life balance and explains how it can be achieved in reality with some simple, straightforward strategies. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 208pp
  3. Understanding Dyscalculia and Numeracy Difficulties

    Understanding Dyscalculia and Numeracy Difficulties

    A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals

    Patricia Babtie and Jane Emerson

    A complete, accessible guide to understanding dyscalculia and poor numeracy, this book covers number sense and how the brain processes numbers, assessment, planning intervention, what to teach, how to teach it, and how parents can help. Essential for parents, teachers and education professionals working with a child with numeracy difficulties. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 184pp
  4. Autism and Appropriate Touch

    Autism and Appropriate Touch

    A Photocopiable Resource for Helping Children and Teens on the Autism Spectrum Understand the Complexities of Physical Interaction

    Abigail Werner James, illustrated by Kaiyee Tay

    Children and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder can find the complicated social rules around touch very difficult, and this can leave them vulnerable. This educational resource provides ready-to-use lessons with photocopiable worksheets to teach about appropriate touch and social boundaries in family, educational, and community settings. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 136pp
  5. The Cookbook for Children with Special Needs

    The Cookbook for Children with Special Needs

    Learning a Life Skill with Fun, Tasty, Healthy Recipes

    Deborah French, illustrated by Leah Ehrlich

    This fully-illustrated book introduces children with special needs to the fundamentals of food preparation, healthy eating and cookery skills. Recipes pitched at three increasing levels of difficulty cover a wide range of skills making the book suitable for all abilities. The importance of health and safety is emphasised throughout. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 200pp
  6. Attacking Anxiety

    Attacking Anxiety

    A Step-by-Step Guide to an Engaging Approach to Treating Anxiety and Phobias in Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities

    Karen Levine and Naomi Chedd

    This book presents an enjoyable, simple model for tackling anxiety in children and teens with ASD, by building up tolerance to anxiety triggers, decreasing meltdowns and eliminating anxiety responses to fears and phobia. It covers common scenarios which can be adapted to suit the needs of each individual child or teen. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 184pp
  7. Marriage and Lasting Relationships with Asperger's Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder)

    Marriage and Lasting Relationships with Asperger's Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder)

    Successful Strategies for Couples or Counselors

    Eva A. Mendes

    Offering practical advice straight from the couples counseling room, Eva A. Mendes provides an insider's view into what couples and counselors can do to help make an ASD relationship last. She outlines the challenges faced in an ASD relationship and provides strategies that can improve the lives and marriages of couples on a daily basis. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 264pp
  8. Independent Mental Health Advocacy - The Right to Be Heard

    Independent Mental Health Advocacy - The Right to Be Heard

    Context, Values and Good Practice in Mental Health Services

    Karen Newbigging, Julie Ridley, Mick McKeown, June Sadd, Karen Machin, Kaaren Cruse, Stephanie De La Haye, Laura Able and Konstantina Poursanidou. Foreword by Kris Chastey

    The definitive guide to Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA), covering the role that IMHAs play within mental health services, the principles and practice of the role, and the legal and political contexts. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 256pp
  9. Living Better with Dementia

    Living Better with Dementia

    Good Practice and Innovation for the Future

    Shibley Rahman. Forewords by Kate Swaffer, Chris Roberts and Beth Britton.

    Identifying current global policy challenges for living well with dementia, this book tackles controversial topics at the forefront of public and political debate, and highlights pockets of innovation and good practice from around the world to inform practical solutions for living well with dementia in the future. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 400pp
  10. Critical Care

    Critical Care

    Delivering Spiritual Care in Healthcare Contexts

    Edited by Jonathan Pye, Peter Sedgwick and Andrew Todd

    A collection of essays focusing on spiritual care within the delivery and provision of healthcare today. The contributors combine academic and professional expertise to discuss themes including: spirituality, pluralism and multi-faith practice, healthcare ethics, legal and policy issues, mental health, and beginning and end of life issues. Learn More
    Jul 2015, 280pp

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