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Autism and Neurodiversity

JKP is the leading publisher in autism and related conditions, publishing authoritative and practical books for professionals, parents, children, and anyone whose life is touched by autism. Our books cover a range of topics including communication and development, relationships and social skills, teaching and assessment, parenting strategies and overcoming depression and anxiety.

Bestselling authors include Tony Attwood, Jennifer Cook O’Toole, Carol Gray, Luke Jackson and Donna Williams.

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  1. All Dogs Have ADHD

    All Dogs Have ADHD

    Kathy Hoopmann

    2008, Hardback, 8.58in x 8.46in / 218mm x 215mm, 72pp, AU$26.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-651-7
    Aug 2020, Hardback, 8.50in x 8.39in / 216mm x 213mm, 80pp, AU$23.99
    ISBN: 9781787756601
  2. Spectrum Women—Autism and Parenting

    Spectrum Women—Autism and Parenting

    Renata Jurkevythz, Maura Campbell and Lisa Morgan

    This book looks at what it means to be an autistic parent, offering practical advice about how to overcome the challenges of parenting when you are autistic and the advantages that being autistic brings to raising children. Learn More
    Aug 2020, 208pp
  3. The Ice-Cream Sundae Guide to Autism

    The Ice-Cream Sundae Guide to Autism

    An Interactive Kids' Book for Understanding Autism

    Debby Elley and Tori Houghton, illustrated by J.C. Perry

    This is a book for children aged 7-11 that explains the different ways autistic brains work. The book uses ice cream flavours to represent various aspects of autism such as difficulties with language, social interaction and rigidity of thinking. It includes illustrations and workbook activities to help children cement their understanding of autism. Learn More
    Jun 2020, 64pp
  4. The Memory and Processing Guide for Neurodiverse Learners

    The Memory and Processing Guide for Neurodiverse Learners

    Strategies for Success

    Alison Patrick, illustrated by Matthew Patrick

    Practical guide to support students who struggle with memory and processing, including those with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and ASD. This book, from an experienced teacher, provides theory on memory, processing and executive function, as well as many tried and tested handy revision strategies and techniques tailored to kids who think differently. Learn More
    Jun 2020, Paperback / softback, 9.61in x 6.85in / 244mm x 174mm, 288pp, AU$44.99
    ISBN: 9781787750722
    Jun 2020, Ebook, ePUB, AU$44.99
    ISBN: 9781787750739
  5. Autism, Bullying and Me

    Autism, Bullying and Me

    The Really Useful Stuff You Need to Know About Coping Brilliantly with Bullying

    Emily Lovegrove

    This accessible guide for autistic children and teens is full of advice for coping successfully with bullying. It helps the reader understand what bullying is and debunks myths such as 'bullying makes you stronger'. It also lays out self-empowering strategies and practical tips on how to deal with situations where they are being bullied. Learn More
    May 2020, Paperback / softback, 7.72in x 5.12in / 196mm x 130mm, 128pp, AU$29.99
    ISBN: 9781787752139
    May 2020, Ebook, ePUB, AU$29.99
    ISBN: 9781787752146
  6. Tricky Punctuation in Cartoons

    Tricky Punctuation in Cartoons

    Lidia Stanton, illustrated by Sophie Kennedy

    This illustrated punctuation workbook supports students with dyslexia, ADHD or other learning difficulties to develop punctuation skills via inquiry-based learning. The book encourages students to engage in active learning to make their own connections about tricky punctuation. It provides a wealth of fun ways to remember the required rules. Learn More
    May 2020, Paperback / softback, 11.65in x 8.27in / 296mm x 210mm, 272pp, AU$32.99
    ISBN: 9781787754027
    May 2020, Ebook, PDF, AU$32.99
    ISBN: 9781787754034
  7. The Kids’ Guide to Getting Your Words on Paper

    The Kids’ Guide to Getting Your Words on Paper

    Simple Stuff to Build the Motor Skills and Strength for Handwriting

    Lauren Brukner, illustrated by Elissa Elwick

    This fun guide supports kids age 7-12 to take control of their own writing difficulties, through worksheets and activities for building strength, coordination and stamina. As their skills improve, so too will their confidence and attainment. Illustrated throughout and with a quiz and handy checklists to track progress. Learn More
    Apr 2020, 144pp
  8. Helping Students on the Autism Spectrum Get the Best Out of College

    Helping Students on the Autism Spectrum Get the Best Out of College

    A Guide for Further Education Professionals

    Kate Ripley and Dr Rebecca Murphy

    This is the companion guide for further education staff working with autistic students who are using the Getting the Best Out of College workbook. It follows the structure of the workbook with parallel chapters providing case studies, contextual information and frameworks to help educators support their autistic students. Learn More
    2020, Ebook, ePUB, AU$17.98
    ISBN: 9781787753419
  9. Getting the Best Out of College for Students on the Autism Spectrum

    Getting the Best Out of College for Students on the Autism Spectrum

    A Workbook for Entering Further Education

    Kate Ripley and Dr Rebecca Murphy

    This workbook focusses on the practicalities of life for autistic teens going into further education. It looks at your entire college journey and includes sections on sensory issues, relationships, how to manage your time and dealing with exam anxiety. It includes interactive elements which encourage good decision-making and strategy-building. Learn More
    2020, Paperback / softback, 9.61in x 6.77in / 244mm x 172mm, 160pp, AU$36.99
    ISBN: 9781787753297
    2020, Ebook, PDF, AU$36.99
    ISBN: 9781787753303
  10. Your Interests, My Interests

    Your Interests, My Interests

    A Visual Guide to Playing and Hanging Out for Children on the Autism Spectrum

    Joel Shaul

    Children on the autism spectrum can find playing with other children difficult. This colourful and fun visual guide, full of examples and activities, shows how they can find common interests with their friends, peers and family, so that they can have more fun playing and hanging out together. Learn More
    2020, 112pp

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