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  1. Stepping Out

    Stepping Out

    Using Games and Activities to Help Your Child with Special Needs

    Sarah Newman

    Stepping Out provides parents and carers with practical advice, and fun games and activities to improve a child's skills in the six areas of development: cognitive; physical; sensory; language; social and emotional. The book also outlines the stages of child development so parents can place their child's progress in context. Learn More
    2003, 368pp
  2. Mind Reading Emotions Library

    Mind Reading Emotions Library

    The Interactive Guide to Emotions

    Simon Baron-Cohen

    Mind Reading Emotions Library has been designed with awareness of the needs of children and adults who want to improve their ability to recognize emotions in others. It is also an invaluable resource for parents, teachers, those involved in social skills training, people on the autistic spectrum and people working in the dramatic arts. Learn More
    2004, CD-ROM, 7.60in x 6.22in / 193mm x 158mm, £41.20
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-216-8
  3. Yoga for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Yoga for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents and Caregivers

    Dion E. Betts and Stacey W. Betts

    This illustrated book combines the authors' professional expertise with their experience of parenting, offering a range of gentle and fun yoga positions and breathing techniques that are effective in dealing with the increased levels of anxiety, disorientation and tactile sensitivity often found in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Learn More
    2006, 104pp
  4. Replays


    Using Play to Enhance Emotional and Behavioural Development for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Karen Levine and Naomi Chedd

    Replays addresses the challenging behaviours of children with autism spectrum disorders through interactive symbolic play. It shows parents and professionals how to help children access their emotions. Chapters show how to implement and adapt the intervention to address specific issues in different settings and circumstances. Learn More
    2006, 144pp
  5. Acting Antics

    Acting Antics

    A Theatrical Approach to Teaching Social Understanding to Kids and Teens with Asperger Syndrome

    Cindy B. Schneider

    This fun program provides a set of tools for developing social understanding in children with Asperger Syndrome through drama. It contains a wide repertoire of activities and ideas for use at home, in the classroom, in therapy workshops or social groups, ranging from initial warm up techniques, to larger group scenes and staging a show. Learn More
    2006, 192pp
  6. Integrated Yoga

    Integrated Yoga

    Yoga with a Sensory Integrative Approach

    Nicole Cuomo

    This book presents basic postures and sequences for children and young people which can be adapted for adults. Cuomo gives practical advice for how to choose appropriate sequences according to the child's particular needs and mood, knowing that yoga will be most beneficial when it is fun! Photographs of each posture supplement the descriptions. Learn More
    2007, 104pp
  7. Mind/Body Techniques for Asperger's Syndrome

    Mind/Body Techniques for Asperger's Syndrome

    The Way of the Pathfinder

    Ron Rubio

    The mind/body exercises in this book help young people with AS improve balance, coordination and sensory awareness, leading to greater self-confidence, and independence. With photographs to show how exercises are done, these techniques can have an immediate effect on how an individual moves, thinks of him or herself, and relates to others. Learn More
    2008, 152pp
  8. Playing, Laughing and Learning with Children on the Autism Spectrum

    Playing, Laughing and Learning with Children on the Autism Spectrum

    A Practical Resource of Play Ideas for Parents and Carers Second Edition

    Julia Moor

    This book is not just a collection of play ideas; it shows how to break down activities into manageable stages, and ways to gain a child's attention and build on small achievements. Each chapter covers a theme, including music, art, physical activities, playing outdoors, puzzles, turn-taking and using existing toys to create play sequences. Learn More
    2008, 304pp
  9. Small Steps Forward

    Small Steps Forward

    Using Games and Activities to Help Your Pre-School Child with Special Needs Second Edition

    Sarah Newman

    This new edition of an award-winning book includes up-to-date research and practice, providing parents and carers with a host of ideas to encourage their child's development. The games and activities use toys and materials which most children will already have, and involve no special preparation. They are also fun to play. Learn More
    2008, 272pp
  10. Fun with Messy Play

    Fun with Messy Play

    Ideas and Activities for Children with Special Needs

    Tracey Beckerleg

    This activity book heightens the sensory perception of children with special needs through the imaginative use of everyday 'messy' materials like baked beans, condensed milk, jelly or glue. The activities in this book help to improve co-ordination, communicative and cognitive abilities, as well as their self-esteem and social skills. Learn More
    2008, 160pp

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