A Guide for Professionals and Parents
In this definitive guide to selective mutism the latest research and understanding are consolidated in chapters from experts in the fields of speech therapy, psychology, music therapy and education and communication. It includes helpful information on the various treatment and therapeutic options with illustrative case studies.
What to Say When You Don't Know What to Say
This accessible guide helps school staff members with the difficult issue of how to effectively listen and respond to pupils and staff in need of support. It covers questions such as 'what if I don't know what to say?', 'what if I don't have time?' and 'what about confidentiality?', as well as helping with issues such as bullying and self-harm.
An Exercise Program to Boost Body Image, Motor Skills, Posture and Confidence in Children and Teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder
A new edition of a popular program by a well-known autism fitness specialist, this book contains a wealth of innovative exercises to boost body image, motor coordination, posture, muscular and cardiovascular fitness and overall health and wellbeing in children and teens on the autism spectrum, and is ideal for use at home or at school.
A Complete Curriculum with Supporting Materials for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Related Social Difficulties Aged Approximately 5 to 9 Years
A 12-week curriculum based on CBT for teaching Theory of Mind (ToM). Designed for use with children aged 5-9, who have been diagnosed with ASDs and related social challenges. Includes cut-out-and-use flash cards and worksheets.
Tips and Exercises for Developing Writing Skills
Improving the writing skills of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder is an important factor in helping them to make a smooth transition from high school to the increased expectations of university. This book offers practical guidance and writing exercises for educators to use to help students to get their thoughts and knowledge down in writing.
Practical Essentials for Teachers, Carers and School Support Staff
An easy to read, easy to use introduction for teachers and school support staff which gives practical advice on how to help children with attachment difficulties in school.
From bestselling author Rebecca Moyes, this book is the perfect primer for parents and educators of children with executive function difficulties. Rebecca describes what the executive functions are, how executive function difficulties may manifest, and offers a wealth of strategies for supporting children with these difficulties at home and school.
My School Project
When Will has to do a project for school, he decides to do it on dying. After all, dying happens to everyone, and it'll get him out of going to the library - all he has to do is talk to his Gran, Tam, about what she thinks!
Will and Tam talk about questions like 'why do people have to die?' and 'where do people go when they die?',
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