A book about sexuality and masturbation for girls and young women with autism and related conditions
A simple picture book to teach girls and young women with autism or other special needs about masturbation and when and where it is appropriate. It also helps to introduce the concepts of public and private and to establish ground rules.
A Manual for Working with Mind, Emotion, and Internal Energy
Serge Augier explains the theory, concepts and practice of the Daoist tradition of Da Xuan with a unique simplicity, allowing practitioners of all levels to gain insight into the reasoning behind different elements of their practice.
A guide for friends, family and professionals
In this illustrated guide Issy invites readers to learn about PDA, a part of the autism spectrum, from her perspective, helping them to understand how it causes her to find simple, everyday demands very stressful. Issy tells readers (aged 7 upwards) about all the ways she can be helped and supported by those around her.
A book about how to use public toilets safely for girls and young women with autism and related conditions
In this picture book, we join Ellie as she is out and about and needs to use a public toilet. It provides parents and carers with the opportunity to teach girls and young women with autism and other special needs how to use public toilets safely and to understand the social etiquette.
Available at last in English, this comprehensive training manual teaches the theory and insider practical methods behind Taijiquan push-hands and fighting technique from the Chen style. It includes the techniques of point striking, traditionally taught only to those on the inside, and over 400 photographs illustrate the methods throughout.
The BASICS College Curriculum
This practical college curriculum for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder teaches independence, social, and study skills that empower the student and enable academic success. An ideal textbook for ASD college programs or for student self-study, this curriculum provides hands-on help in the areas that students with ASD need it most.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Identity
Written for counsellors and therapists working with children aged 5-11, as well as adoptive parents, this workbook is designed to help adopted children explore identity. It is one of a set of five interactive therapeutic workbooks featuring The Adoption Club, written to address key emotional and psychological challenges adopted children.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Friendship
The children of The Adoption Club think they are friends; they go to the same school and belong to the same club - but what does friendship really mean? Written for use with adopted children aged 5-11, this illustrated therapeutic workbook is a fun way to explore the confusing world of friendship and bullying.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Siblings
Families are complicated, and that's especially true if you're adopted. This illustrated therapeutic workbook is written to help children aged 5-11 to explore their feelings about sibling relationships - step-siblings, birth siblings, separated siblings all all points in between.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Feelings and Behavior
Designed to help adopted children aged 5-11 to explore their feelings and behavior, this illustrated therapeutic workbook features a group of children - The Adoption Club. The story provides a gentle, playful way to start difficult conversations.
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