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  1.  Visiting the Memory Café and other Dementia Care Activities

    Visiting the Memory Café and other Dementia Care Activities

    Evidence-based Interventions for Care Homes

    Edited by Caroline Baker and Jason Corrigan-Charlesworth

    Outlining the enhancing dementia care programme developed by the editors, this book looks at the activities trialled within care homes and gives evidence of their success. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 208pp
  2.  Helping Children to Improve Their Gross Motor Skills

    Helping Children to Improve Their Gross Motor Skills

    The Stepping Stones Curriculum

    Rachel White

    This step-by-step programme enables children and young people with motor coordination difficulties to master basic skills and develop their sporting ability. Activity worksheets provide instruction on how to complete incremental exercises building up to the achievement of a specific activity, such as climbing, riding a bike and playing football. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 256pp
  3.  I Don't Like Reading

    I Don't Like Reading

    Lisabeth Emlyn Clark

    Reading can be particularly difficult for children with dyslexia; however, there are specific strategies and resources that can help once it has been identified. Join Harry and his family as he learns special tips and tricks to overcome dyslexia to build confidence and enjoy reading. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 40pp
  4.  Blogging a Five Element Life

    Blogging a Five Element Life

    Nora Franglen

    The follow-up to Nora Franglen's first book of collected posts on the holistic life of an acupuncturist, this provides further insight into the everyday musings of a master of her craft. From her love of London's cafes to challenges she has experienced in her clinic, it reveals how acupuncture can enrich and balance all aspects of our being. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 248pp
  5.  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
  6.  Remembering Lucy

    Remembering Lucy

    A Story about Loss and Grief in a School

    Sarah Helton, illustrated by Anna Novy

    An illustrated story book that will help children with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) aged 3+ come to terms with loss. The clear hand-drawn artwork on each page will help children comprehend the complex process of grief and bereavement, making it perfect for use in SEND classrooms. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 40pp
  7.  Doorkins the Cathedral Cat

    Doorkins the Cathedral Cat

    Lisa Gutwein, illustrated by Rowan Ambrose

    Based on Southwark Cathedral's favourite feline, this delightful story follows an exciting week in the life of Doorkins. With Doorkins' adventures captured in gorgeous illustrations, this fun filled book will entertain any Cathedral visitor, congregation member, or cat lover. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 40pp
  8. An Employer’s Guide to Managing Professionals on the Autism Spectrum

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

    Marcia Scheiner (Integrate Autism Employment Advisors) with Joan Bogden, 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
  9.  He's Always Been My Son

    He's Always Been My Son

    A Mother’s Story about Raising Her Transgender Son

    Janna Barkin

    This true story by a family about raising their transgender son is both a captivating read and an invaluable support source for parents facing similar issues. A warm, insightful portrait of a family that includes tips on helping young transgender people navigate their transition, it will support, educate and inspire. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 320pp
  10.  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

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