Helping children learn about risk and life skills
The second edition of this bestselling guide shows how parents and practitioners can offer children adventure and challenge without risking their safety.
A Guide for Practitioners Working in Educational Settings
The authors examine the underlying causes of BESD, and discuss research-based theory. They offer a range of interventions and therapies for use in and out of school, and encourage practitioners to develop skills such as engaging with parents, identifying special educational needs and setting constructive boundaries.
Games and Activities to Help Children to Understand Friendship
This programme contains detailed instructions and photocopiable handouts for teaching children about friendship. It combines group activities, individual work, homework exercises and games, and will be especially useful for groups containing children with developmental and social difficulties, such as ADHD or autism.
A concise, useful book based on research which identifies organisational, social and physical barriers to disabled children's inclusion in playgrounds. It suggests ways to overcome these barriers in the future
Experiences of Teaching a Class of Young Children with Autism
This book is an honest account of the day-to-day challenges faced by the teacher of seven autistic children. The author's creative, accessible approach invites the reader to look beyond the stereotypes of mainstream schooling and explore the experience of teaching a lively group of children with autism.
How to create inclusive services for disabled children and their families
This book is written to help early years professionals to develop inclusive policies for care and education of young disabled children
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