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  1. Talking with Children and Young People about Death and Dying

    Talking with Children and Young People about Death and Dying

    Second Edition

    Mary Turner, illustrated by Bob Thomas

    This photocopiable workbook is a popular resource designed to help adults talk to bereaved children, in which Mary Turner offers useful insights into the concerns of children experiencing grief. It will equip adults to encourage bereaved children to communicate their pain and understand the emotions aroused by the death of someone close to them. Learn More
    2006, 160pp
  2. Constipation, Withholding and Your Child

    Constipation, Withholding and Your Child

    A Family Guide to Soiling and Wetting

    Anthony Cohn

    The book examines the different causes of toileting problems, and provides practical techniques and strategies to help children overcome these problems. It emphasises the importance of diet and gives advice on how to make using the toilet less frightening, the benefits of keeping a stool diary, and what medication to use in different circumstances. Learn More
    2006, 112pp
  3. Building a Joyful Life with your Child who has Special Needs

    Building a Joyful Life with your Child who has Special Needs

    Nancy J. Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager

    This book considers the challenges of caring for children with physical, developmental and mental health disorders and proposes methods such as learning to see events through your child's own eyes, celebrating their strengths and achievements and recognising how others can help your child. Learn More
    2006, 208pp
  4. Still Here with Me

    Still Here with Me

    Teenagers and Children on Losing a Parent

    Edited by Suzanne Sjöqvist

    This book is a moving and thoughtful anthology of the experiences of thirty-one children and teenagers who have lost a parent. It is a valuable source of information and comfort to young people who are struggling to cope with the loss of a parent, whilst also providing insights for parents and professionals into the needs of grieving children. Learn More
    2006, 192pp
  5. Grandad's Ashes

    Grandad's Ashes

    Walter Smith

    Told with gentle humour and including beautiful full-colour illustrations, this is a charming story for children and an ideal resource for parents or counsellors to read with a child as a way of broaching issues surrounding loss or bereavement. Learn More
    2007, 32pp
  6. Making Babies the Hard Way

    Making Babies the Hard Way

    Living With Infertility and Treatment

    Caroline Gallup

    Making Babies the Hard Way is a frank account of one couple's discovery that they cannot have children of their own, and their ensuing struggle through four years of fertility treatment. Writing with humour and honesty, Caroline Gallup describes the social, emotional, spiritual and physical impact of infertility on her and her husband, Bruce. Learn More
    2007, 240pp
  7. Understanding Your Young Child with Special Needs

    Understanding Your Young Child with Special Needs

    Pamela Bartram

    Understanding Your Young Child with Special Needs explores the developmental impact of disability on normal stages of child development, and examines the complex nature of the emotional bonds between parents and their children with special needs. Learn More
    2007, 80pp
  8. Understanding 4-5-Year-Olds

    Understanding 4-5-Year-Olds

    Lesley Maroni

    Understanding 4-5-year-olds gives a thoughtful overview of the challenges that children face as they gradually move away from a strong attachment to their families and turn towards the wider world of school and life outside the family. Learn More
    2007, 80pp
  9. Supportive Parenting

    Supportive Parenting

    Becoming an Advocate for Your Child with Special Needs

    Jan Starr Campito

    When Jan Campito entered the world of special needs, she trusted the experts to tell her what was wrong, and how to proceed to help her children. As she realized that no one else was stepping in to obtain appropriate help, she decided to take on that responsibility. Here Jan shares some of her experiences and what she has learnt in the process. Learn More
    2007, 256pp
  10. Extreme Parenting

    Extreme Parenting

    Parenting Your Child with a Chronic Illness

    Sharon Dempsey

    This book is a guide and a source of support for parents of children with long-term illnesses. Sharon Dempsey argues that by helping parents to cope with their child's condition we are ultimately helping the child. The guide is packed with practical advice, models of exploration and lists of action points. Learn More
    2008, 208pp

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