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  1.  Beating Anxiety

    Beating Anxiety

    What Young People on the Autism Spectrum Need to Know

    Davida Hartman, illustrated by Kate Brangan

    With beautiful illustrations, this practical guide clearly explains why young people on the spectrum feel anxious, before giving real-world advice on how to deal with and beat anxiety. It offers numerous strategies for overcoming anxiety and comes in a style designed specifically for young people with ASD. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 112pp
  2. The Essential Guide to Safe Travel-Training for Children with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities

    The Essential Guide to Safe Travel-Training for Children with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities

    Dr Desirée Gallimore

    In five clear steps, this guide will equip you to teach children to travel safely and independently. The first book of its kind, it focuses on goal-setting and preparation techniques while detailing obstacles that may arise along the way. Practical and necessary, it is suitable for work with children of any age and ability. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 216pp
  3.  Be the Jellyfish Training Manual

    Be the Jellyfish Training Manual

    Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Wellbeing

    Lucy Cree and Sarah Brogden

    The Be the Jellyfish programme uses creativity, relaxation, and communication to support social and emotional wellbeing in children. With structured lesson plans for groups of varying sizes, this manual offers training and activities in massage, bodywork, breathing exercises, and creative expression. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 256pp
  4.  Excellent Dementia Care in Hospitals

    Excellent Dementia Care in Hospitals

    A Guide to Supporting People with Dementia and their Carers

    Jo James, Beth Cotton, Jules Knight, Rita Freyne, Josh Pettit and Lucy Gilby. With contributions by Nicci Gerrard and Julia Jones

    Hospital workers are increasingly expected to have the knowledge and skills to care for people with dementia. This best-practice guide presents key information and strategies for working with people with dementia in hospitals to manage common issues. With a focus on person-centred care, this is an essential resource for healthcare staff. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 192pp
  5.  My Book of Feelings

    My Book of Feelings

    A Book to Help Children with Attachment Difficulties, Learning or Developmental Disabilities Understand their Emotions

    Tracey Ross, illustrated by Rosy Salaman

    Some children find it difficult to understand and manage their feelings. This picture book helps children aged 5+ understand why they might experience particular feelings, and offers suggestions for things to do when they are overloaded with emotion. Suitable for all children, particularly those with attachment issues or developmental disabilities. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 40pp
  6.  Parenting in the Eye of the Storm

    Parenting in the Eye of the Storm

    The Adoptive Parent’s Guide to Navigating the Teen Years

    Katie Naftzger. Foreword by Adam Pertman.

    Parenting a teenager is not easy and parenting an adopted teen has its own unique set of challenges. Full of practical and reassuring advice, this book will help you to support your teen as they face the challenges of emerging adulthood, including issues surrounding relationships and identity. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 160pp
  7.  How to start, carry on and end conversations

    How to start, carry on and end conversations

    Scripts for social situations for people on the autism spectrum

    Paul Jordan. Foreword by Tony Attwood.

    Drawing on his own experience on the autism spectrum and his knowledge of linguistics, Paul Jordan provides simple 'scripts for thinking' that will help teens with autism to make sense of social situations and engage in everyday conversations. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 88pp
  8. The ASD and Me Picture Book

    The ASD and Me Picture Book

    A Visual Guide to Understanding Challenges and Strengths 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 images and photocopiable worksheets creates a simple and fun resource for identifying what you are good at and how to use those skills to deal with personal challenges. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 96pp
  9.  Autism in My Family

    Autism in My Family

    A Journal for Siblings of Children with ASD

    Sandra Tucker

    An interactive workbook full of dynamic activities for children with siblings on the autism spectrum. Through individualized exercises in understanding and empathy, this book will serve to empower the child and strengthen their sibling relationship. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 136pp
  10.  Doing Relationship-Based Social Work

    Doing Relationship-Based Social Work

    A Practical Guide to Building Relationships and Enabling Change

    Edited by Mary McColgan and Cheryl McMullin

    Highly practical and research-informed, this book describes a new model for implementing relationship-based principles in social work practice. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 208pp

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