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Communication, social and emotional development

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  1. Liam Knows What To Do When Kids Act Snitty

    Liam Knows What To Do When Kids Act Snitty

    Coping When Friends are Tactless

    Jane Whelen Banks

    In Liam Knows What to do When Kids Act Snitty, lovable Liam finds out why his amazing feats of greatness are sometimes met with snide or snitty responses. He learns that when kids are snitty, it does not mean they don't like you, or that your tricks are boring, but that they haven't yet learnt how to be gracious and polite. Learn More
    2008, 32pp
  2. Lovable Liam

    Lovable Liam

    Affirmations for a Perfectly Imperfect Child

    Jane Whelen Banks

    Liam is lovable even when he whines and won't eat his dinner. When people are cross with Liam, they still love him. Being cross will only last a minute. Love will last forever! Lovable Liam reminds parents to let their child know they are wonderful and precious, deeply valued by friends and family, even when people are cross with them. Learn More
    2008, 32pp
  3. Liam Says "Hi"

    Liam Says "Hi"

    Learning to Greet a Friend

    Jane Whelen Banks

    In Liam Says "Hi" Liam manages to overcome his shyness and complete the steps necessary when greeting a friend at the front door. Vibrant, colourful and lively, this book's positive messages and advice are ideal for young children wanting to understand social situations or how friendships work. Learn More
    2008, 32pp
  4. Liam Says "Sorry"

    Liam Says "Sorry"

    Repairing an Encounter Gone Sour

    Jane Whelen Banks

    In Liam Says "Sorry" Liam impulsively whacks his brother on the nose and ruins an otherwise joyful round of wrestling. Wanting desperately to resume the game and win favour with his brother, Liam accepts responsibility for his blunder and apologises. His brother forgives him, and apologises too and the wrestling at last can be resumed. Learn More
    2008, 32pp
  5. Liam Wins the Game, Sometimes

    Liam Wins the Game, Sometimes

    A Story about Losing with Grace

    Jane Whelen Banks

    In Liam Wins the Game, Sometimes, lovable Liam learns that it is ok to feel disappointed if you don't win, but that it's not ok to moan or cry or throw things: sometimes you win and sometimes you don't. He learns how to become a good sport, and that makes him a real champ! Learn More
    2008, 32pp
  6. Basic Pathfinder Mind/Body Techniques for Asperger's Syndrome

    Basic Pathfinder Mind/Body Techniques for Asperger's Syndrome

    Ron Rubio

    The exercises in this DVD enable young people with AS to improve these skills, leading to greater self-confidence, and independence. With clear explanations and demonstrations, this DVD covers a variety of simple, calming exercises designed to influence the way the individual stands, sits, moves, thinks of him- or herself, and relates to others. Learn More
    2009, DVD video, 7.48in x 6.77in / 190mm x 172mm, 60 minutes, £24.19
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-890-0
  7. Helping Children with Complex Needs Bounce Back

    Helping Children with Complex Needs Bounce Back

    Resilient TherapyTM for Parents and Professionals

    Kim Aumann and Angie Hart, illustrated by Chloe Gerhardt

    All parents want their children to have the ability to cope with challenging circumstances, but sometimes children with complex needs require a little extra help to build up resilience. This handbook outlines Resilient Therapy ™, a practical way for parents to help challenging children learn to manage tough situations. Learn More
    2009, 224pp
  8. What Did You Say? What Do You Mean?

    What Did You Say? What Do You Mean?

    120 Illustrated Metaphor Cards, plus Booklet with Information, Ideas and Instructions

    Jude Welton, illustrated by Jane Telford

    These metaphor cards present 60 common sayings in a fun, illustrated format. What Did You Say? cards which feature the metaphor and a fun illustration of its literal meaning. Corresponding What Do You Mean? cards which show the actual meaning of the saying. The accompanying booklet contains information and ideas for games and activities. Learn More
    2009, Cards, 7.44in x 6.14in / 189mm x 156mm, £23.70
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-924-2
  9. First Steps in Intervention with Your Child with Autism

    First Steps in Intervention with Your Child with Autism

    Frameworks for Communication

    Phil Christie, Elizabeth Newson, Wendy Prevezer and Susie Chandler, illustrated by Pamela Venus

    This book addresses communication and language development of children with autism, from teaching non-verbal communication such as pointing, to moving towards spoken language. It champions initial intervention at an early stage of communication, but the many practical ideas and strategies can be applied to children of school age. Learn More
    2009, 208pp
  10. Group Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Group Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    A Focus on Social Competency and Social Skills

    Albert J. Cotugno

    Cotugno describes the theoretical underpinnings of an intervention model based on cognitive developmental principles, and explains why a group approach is best suited to address an ASD child's social deficiencies. He shows how to implement skill-based instructional approaches and assess the short and long-term effectiveness of this type of therapy. Learn More
    2009, 208pp

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