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Communication, social and emotional development

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  1. ISPEEK at School

    ISPEEK at School

    Over 1300 Visual Communication Images

    Janet Dixon

    ISPEEK visual aids provide effective means of facilitating communication with children on the autistic spectrum. This CD-ROM contains 1300 picture symbols, designed for situations encountered at school. The symbols can be applied to a wide range of situations encountered at school, from social skills to school curricula, work and break times. Learn More
    2006, CD-ROM, 7.80in x 6.97in / 198mm x 177mm, £31.19
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-511-4
  2. 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
  3. The Miller Method (R)

    The Miller Method (R)

    Developing the Capacities of Children on the Autism Spectrum

    Arnold Miller with Kristina Chrétien

    This practical guide to the Miller Method® presents an entirely new perspective on advancing the body organization, social, and communicative skills of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. It covers issues such as communication skills and social play, as well as behavioral issues including tantrums, aggression and toilet training. Learn More
    2007, 320pp
  4. Autism, Play and Social Interaction

    Autism, Play and Social Interaction

    Lone Gammeltoft and Marianne Sollok Nordenhof

    This is a fully illustrated guide explaining how to help children with autism spectrum disorders engage in interactive play, which is vital for the acquisition of social skills. The authors explain how to set up play environments, games schedules and play routines, and how to use visual aids and other props to facilitate co-operative play. Learn More
    2007, 64pp
  5. From Isolation to Intimacy

    From Isolation to Intimacy

    Making Friends without Words

    Phoebe Caldwell

    Caldwell shows that Intensive Interaction is a straightforward way, through attending to body language and other non-verbal means of communication, of establishing contact and building a relationship with people who are non-verbal. This simple method is accessible to anyone who lives or works with such people. Learn More
    2007, 192pp
  6. Autism and Loss

    Autism and Loss

    Rachel Forrester-Jones and Sarah Broadhurst

    Autism and Loss is a complete resource that covers a variety of kinds of loss, including bereavement, loss of friends or staff, loss of home or possessions and loss of health. The resource includes a wealth of factsheets and practical tools that provide formal and informal carers with authoritative, tried and tested guidance. Learn More
    2007, 208pp
  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. The Red Beast

    The Red Beast

    Controlling Anger in Children with Asperger's Syndrome

    K.I. Al-Ghani, illustrated by Haitham Al-Ghani

    This vibrant fully illustrated children's storybook is written for children aged 5+, and is an accessible, fun way to talk about anger, with useful tips about how to 'tame the red beast' and guidance for parents on how anger affects children with Asperger's Syndrome. Learn More
    2008, 48pp
  9. 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
  10. The Girl Who Spoke with Pictures

    The Girl Who Spoke with Pictures

    Autism Through Art

    Eileen Miller, illustrated by Kim Miller

    For many years Eileen Miller's daughter, Kim, was unable to verbalize her experiences and emotions, but she was able to communicate using a less conventional language: her art. The Girl who Spoke with Pictures tells the story of a young woman with autism, and how her enlightening drawings enabled her to share her view of the world. Learn More
    2008, 208pp

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