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In the event that any provision of these Terms and Conditions shall be unenforceable or invalid under any applicable law or be so held by any applicable arbitral award or court decision, such unenforceability or invalidity shall not render these Terms and Conditions unenforceable or invalid as a whole. Colourful picture book teaches children to meditate away feelings of impatience, frustration and anger. Little Ladybird explains how to do a special yoga relaxation technique that helps stress, grief, and other problems. How all children and sea creatures can use yoga to feel positive, confident and completely included Michael Chissick.
Have you met the depression gremlin? And the more he devours, the bigger he gets and the more sadness you feel. But never fear — starve him of depression-related thoughts, feelings and behaviours and watch him shrink and shrivel away! Based on the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy and packed with valuable tips and strategies, this workbook also aims to empower the reader to change how they think and act in order to manage their depression. Full of fun and creative activities, Starving the Depression Gremlin can help support and inform wider therapeutic work with young people with depression, and it can be used independently or with a parent or practitioner.
It will be of interest to school counsellors, therapists, social workers, youth workers, teaching staff and other professionals working with young people. When exam time comes around, the exam stress gremlin is in his element, feeding off your exam fears and anxieties. This workbook teaches you how to starve your gremlin by learning to cope with exam stress.
The anger gremlin feeds off anger and gets bigger the angrier you get. The only way to stop him is to starve him of angry feelings, and this workbook teaches you how. Fun and simple activities help young people to understand and control their anger. Based on cognitive behavioural therapy principles, it is an ideal anger management resource. Drawing on cognitive behavioural therapy principles, this book is a valuable resource for helping children and young people understand and control their stress.
Based on cognitive behavioural therapy principles, the activities will help young people understand why they get anxious and how to use simple, practical techniques to manage and control their anxiety. Suitable to work through alone or with a parent or practitioner. The Anger Gremlin is a naughty creature who loves to feed on angry feelings, and the angrier you get, the bigger he gets! Packed with fun, simple activities and games, it will help children aged 5—9 understand why they get angry and how they can control their angry feelings to make the Anger Gremlin go away.
Suitable for parents and practitioners. The Anxiety Gremlin loves to eat anxious feelings, and the more anxious you feel, the more he eats and the bigger he gets!
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Learn how to get rid of the Anxiety Gremlin with this fun workbook for children aged 5—9. This imaginative workbook is full of activities and strategies to build a positive body image. Using CBT, it shows how to banish negative thoughts and feelings and build self-esteem, positive beliefs and a healthy body image.
Build up your confidence and self-esteem by learning how to banish your Self-Esteem Thief with this fun and imaginative workbook. Full of tips and strategies based on cognitive behavioural and mindfulness principles, it helps you banish negative thoughts and build healthy self-esteem. A self-help diary to help those with OCD explore and understand their daily experiences.
Charlotte Dennis has experienced Obsessive Compulsive Disorder her entire life. From her own experiences with CBT she has created the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Diary, a self-help guide full of activities to support those who experience OCD and are waiting for therapy, or to continue managing their obsessions and compulsions after therapy.
Luckily there are plenty of tips and skills you can learn to disobey OCD and not do what he tells you. A manual for therapists on how to follow the session Maudsley CBT programme to treat OCD in young people — designed to complement the Workbook given out to patients.
It presents the Choice Point — a tool to help teens to handle those tricky moments when dealing with unwanted thoughts. Teens will learn powerful skills to unhook from their obsessions, and complete activities to help them overcome their compulsions. With real-life examples and tons of fun activities, this workbook shows that fears, worry and nervousness are a part of life and gives teens the skills to choose how to respond to their obsessions and move towards the stuff they really care about.
Alice tells us about eating disorders — different types and how they can be understood and supported. Explains BDD to young people, families and professionals including symptoms, treatment and first-hand experiences. The first book for teens that explains the causes and impact of body dysmorphic disorder BDD. The book is interspersed with accounts and artwork from young people with BDD, along with perspectives of their families.
BDD is a debilitating mental health disorder, and this book gives advice on treatment including CBT and medication, and shows where to get help. It increases awareness, provides solidarity for people with BDD, and alerts others to key signs and symptoms so they can prevent further suffering. It also includes a short section for families and professionals on what they can do to help, making this the go-to book for professionals and families to recommend to teens, as well an invaluable resource for young people themselves.
A photocopiable resource to build confidence and self-esteem in children aged 5— It includes a collection of stories that each form a lesson plan covering issues such as body image and peer pressure. Each story is designed to be shared with the class, and there are a range of follow-up activities to reiterate the messages being taught.
Contemporary issues in PSHE and drug education. This practical resource looks at the relationship between mental illness and substance use disorders in young people. This book offers schools and youth settings a different approach to both supporting young people and implementing preventative measures. The concept of risk taking in young people is explored, as well as how stress, low self-esteem and body image issues can lead to substance use, including performance enhancing drugs and high caffeine drinks.
Examples of how to address these issues through PSHE are addressed in each chapter, as well as tips for supporting individual pupils from expert practitioners and researchers in the field. An easy-to-read guide for parents, carers and professionals working with young people showing signs of self-harm and suicidal behaviours, which gives advice on how to identify problems and how to support the young person.
This picture book teaches children how each body is different and unique, and will inspire them to take good care of their bodies throughout their lives. A guide for early childhood professionals on how to create gender diverse learning environments using a justice-based approach. By offering practical steps for adults who work with young children to build inclusive and intentional spaces where all children receive positive messages about their unique gender selves, this book increases awareness about gender diversity in learning environments such as child care centres, family child care homes and preschools.
The book is based on some of the most progressive, modern understandings of gender and intersectionality, as well as research on child development, gender health, trauma informed practices and the science of adult learning. By including the voices and lived experiences of gender-expansive children, transgender adults, early childhood educators and parents and family members of trans and gender-expansive children, it contextualizes what it means to rethink early learning programs with a commitment to gender justice and gender equality for all children.
By setting out strategies for creating more effective support based on the experiences of trans people on the spectrum, this guide offers tailored advice for professionals working with autistic trans clients. It covers issues such as difficulties talking about the body, undertaking and recovering from surgeries and social anxiety. A research-based best practice guide for professionals that work with trans and gender variant youth. For practitioners working with issues surrounding gender identity, this book provides the additional tools and insights needed to help them build a therapeutic relationship with their client.
Including case studies, interactive exercises and suggested reading lists, it forms a practical toolbox that any counsellor of gender issues can utilise. There is a current shortage of information for professionals on the specific needs of transgender men. Exploring the obstacles that trans men face across health and social services, and addressing common myths and misconceptions about transitioning, this book solves this shortfall. An informed guide to supporting and working with transgender and non-binary youth.
Topics of discussion include gender identity, sexuality, transitioning and mental health. Additional resources and suggested reading lists make this an essential reference for all professionals who counsel transgender youth. Who Are You? Charming illustrations help children engage with concepts such as intersectionality, discrimination, privilege and allyship in a comprehensible and respectful manner.
This book introduces children to gender as a spectrum and shows how people can bend and break the gender binary and stereotypes. Tiny prefers not to tell other children whether they are a boy or girl. Tiny also loves to play fancy dress, sometimes as a fairy and sometimes as a knight in shining armour. Phoenix wants to wear her favourite purple dress to express her gender, but she is scared of being bullied on her first day of school.
It is a seemingly small gesture, to us grownups, that enables a child to feel safe and secure. This breezy and beautifully illustrated book describes gender in playful, innocent terms, allowing children the space to discover themselves and to explore their surroundings joyfully. A must for any library. Includes a guide for parents and professionals and a lesson plan at the end of the book.
Engaging and illustrated rhyming book for children that celebrates the diversity of individuals and families. Starring a prince who was magically turned into a frog and needs to find true love to break the spell, it is a funny, uplifting story that introduces the importance of equality and diversity to children aged 3—7.
Frank, friendly and funny, this must-read guide is packed full of advice from authors who understand the realities and complexities of growing up trans. Readers will come away empowered and armed with practical advice on how to navigate everything from coming out, clothes and pronouns, to wearing binders or packers, hormone therapy and self-care. An empowering, heartfelt collection of letters from celebrated trans women addressed to those who are transitioning.
Each letter offers honest advice from their own experience on everything from make-up and dating, through to deeper subjects like battling dysphoria and dealing with transphobia. This helpful guide presents ways we can all better understand gender, and how people can change and express their gender identity. Considering biological and cultural understandings of gender, gender expression, and relationships and sexuality, this is an excellent starting point for anybody thinking about what gender means to them.
The serious issue of sexual consent is discussed in a graphic novel format that depicts the conversation of teenagers aged 13—18 and their personal feelings on the subject. The comic book story is accompanied by sexual health resources for students and teachers including PSHE practitioners and international equivalents. Belongs in every middle and high school library. This is a practical educational resource that teachers and youthworkers can use to teach young people about pornography. The lesson plans and activities aim to open up discussions, explore values and attitudes, build personal skills and give information about what can be a difficult topic for professionals to talk about.
Creative ways to get young people talking about positive relationships, helping them to stay safe, healthy and happy. An evidence-based guide for teachers on how to tackle bullying in schools. This book delves into the complex nature of bullying at school in a clear and approachable way. The author provides evidence-based interventions that suggest ways teachers can develop knowledge and skills to resolve incidents.
Key to this is a new approach to pupil-led interventions which allows staff to harness pupil voices to develop effective anti-bullying strategies. Included are resources and tools to help teachers set up these advisory groups and interventions, and train others to do the same. Seeking to empower children who are bullied, this book presents a wide range of common bullying scenarios, before giving practical suggestions on how the recipient can take control in these situations.
Written in a young adult fiction style, this is an essential resource for children who are experiencing bullying. It is a great discussion starter for kids and adults, and empowers children to see how they can change things for the better. A relatable and practical book that children age 7—11 can use with parents and teachers to discuss bullying. Graphic novel starring an unpopular teenage octopus named Lucy, who discovers her hidden talents and learns about true friendship. A guide which explains the value of restorative approaches in schools and its potential to transform behaviour and educational achievements.
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A comic to introduce children aged 8—13 to the principles of restorative justice for conflict resolution. Restorative practice RP has been successfully implemented in schools for decades and is primarily associated with improving behaviour and relationships, by changing the culture of problem solving in the school.
However, it has huge untapped potential to support initiatives in other areas, and this book provides examples of how RP can enhance the effectiveness of these other practices. A concise introduction to using restorative circles in schools, to promote positive behaviour and an inclusive learning environment. This hands-on guide for teachers is packed with advice for promoting positive character development and encouraging wellbeing in primary school pupils. Crammed with practical activities, with clear, simple instructions and timings, this book makes character education and positive psychology accessible for the classroom.
Illustrated by Richy K. Learn with Briony what courage means, and the different ways in which someone can act courageously. Join Joseph as he learns what forgiveness means and when it might and might not be appropriate. Photocopiable assessment and training materials to help schools provide the best possible loss and bereavement support for staff and pupils. A resource book that includes everything needed to manage bereavement and loss sensitively and effectively with individuals with special educational needs and disabilities.
Explores how adults working with children and adolescents can help them to understand and engage with death. Explaining sudden death in words very young children can understand Elke Barber and Alex Barber. An illustrated storybook to help children and young adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities process loss and bereavement. A true story about Alex, the death of his daddy, and how his mum helped him to understand what dead means. Explaining what happens after death in words very young children can understand Elke Barber and Alex Barber.
Short and practical, this book is full of ideas that primary school staff can easily implement in their day-to-day work to promote positive behaviour. It advises why children may behave the way they do, what support is available, and is full of effective and easy-to-use strategies. This is a handbook for implementing a gender equality approach in all areas of primary school life. Full of lesson plans, case studies and action points, it presents the latest theory in a clear, accessible way. A perfect guide for teachers and other staff to create a nurturing environment that fully recognises gender equality.
It shows how to use it in a variety of settings, outlines the future directions of the approach, offers case studies and also covers working with vulnerable children. The planning of educators, shaping by policy-makers and investigations by researchers will all benefit from engaging with the examples and issues raised. An easy-to-understand guide to schemas and extending schematic behaviour to support learning and development in young children.
This book promotes the potential for children to advocate for themselves. Providing five simple steps, it demonstrates how to create an environment in which the authentic voice and opinions of the child are heard and to build platforms to help amplify that voice.
Learn how to use positive momentum to address common behavioral issues in the classroom and beyond. The strategies in this book show how to get long-term results, with illustrative case examples and downloadable resources for tracking progress. It also offers advice for working with children with special needs. Fully updated edition of the bestselling book on assessing children in need and their families. Comprehensive and multidisciplinary, it covers all aspects of assessment from early help through to child protection. Explores implications of recent legislation and the very latest issues for practice.
Updated to reflect recent developments it retains its timeless and classic quality. An indispensable text for all social work practitioners and teachers. Details a comprehensive range of established and innovative approaches to educational psychology for professionals. Involve children in the process of assessment, measuring how they learn, not just what they learn.
An overview of the theory, principles and practice of social pedagogy and the profession of social pedagogue. Exam and study strategies for students with specific learning differences SpLDs. Students with SpLDs can often find exams challenging and can experience a good deal of anxiety around exam time, leading to exam results that may not accurately reflect their capabilities. Much exam stress arises from a lack of confidence with the ability to learn and retain information in a meaningful way. This engaging workbook is designed to help students to overcome these issues.
It not only shows students how to develop a positive success attitude towards study and exams, but also aims to equip them with powerful strategies and techniques for learning and remembering. The book offers strategies for learners whose methods of learning are multisensory. When learning is active rather than passive, it happens faster, and is easier, more enjoyable and more effective. As you progress through the fun, engaging activities, so your confidence and belief in your ability to learn will increase.
Struggling students will become confident, successful learners, with a positive attitude and access to a wide range of effective strategies, and in this way, you will achieve the results in exams that you have worked for and deserve. The go-to accessible guide to working memory issues for kids with SpLDs and the adults who care for them. Why do I feel stressed out at school when the teacher is writing on the board and talking at the same time?
And what can I do about it? These issues can make them feel frustrated or bored, as working memory and intelligence are two very different things. Kids with working memory problems can also act out in the classroom and at home. In this child-friendly and authoritative guide, international working memory expert Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway walks you through what working memory is, what it feels like to have problems with your working memory, and what you can do about it.
She presents key tips and strategies, such as the benefits of eating chocolate or of barefoot running, that will help children both at home and at school, and includes a section at the end for adults describing how we can test for working memory issues. The first book to apply solutions focused thinking to transform special education. Drawing on the work of innovative educators, this edited volume shows how adopting a solutions focused approach can offer new constructive ways forward for special education. Each chapter offers insights into how solutions focused thinking can reframe special education and the tangible results for children, families and schools.
How to integrate structured motor activities into daily practice with children aged 3—9. This book provides a wide variety of activities to promote the development of fundamental skills, such as focus, posture and sensory processing, in children aged 3—9, especially those with special educational needs. As a counterbalance to common emphasis on aerobic-style interventions, the book also demonstrates the value of slow and controlled movement in developing body awareness and sensory regulation.
This is for all early years practitioners, education professionals, PE staff and those working in special education, who want to enhance the motor skills of year-olds. This book enables teachers to meet the needs of children with a wide range of specific learning difficulties in mainstream classrooms, while promoting acceptance and self-esteem.
Viewing the class as a diverse group rather than focusing on diagnoses, it presents advice and strategies for creating a supportive learning environment for all. Covering common SpLDs, including dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and OCD, this book offers practical tips for adapting lessons to suit the needs of the individual student and making your classroom inclusive.
A survival guide for young adults with Tourette syndrome and other tic disorders. Struggling to manage your tics in the classroom? Worried about your tics in a job interview or on a first date? This survival kit will give you the tools to survive and thrive in every location — at home, school, work or out with friends.
Presenting everyday situations, from schools and exams through to driving and dates, this guide provides simple solutions to common problems and concerns. Dr Tara gives her top tips for managing tics, alongside behavioural therapy techniques for stress management and strategies for coping with commonly co-occurring conditions such as ADHD, OCD and anxiety. The one-stop guide for parents, teachers, and other professionals Martin L. My x-b ith a wa y w e Getting ite hav m t a stuff th.
Sir said that it drama wa s t h tic dea e long est an th he has ev d mos t er seen — go m e!!! I like to have more fun when I'm learning. Dyslexic thin king is like a pinball mac around you hine, informa r brain and tion bounce can lead to some winning s ideas. Fully updated, this essential, accessible guide to the legal entitlements of children and young people with special needs explains the new system of Education, Health and Care Plans which replaces the Statement of Special Educational Needs. It provides information for parents about how the system works, what they can expect and how they can appeal.
A clear and concise introduction to the sensory system, highlighting how it can differ in children. Using professional observation reports as examples, the book demonstrates how differing sensory thresholds affect the behaviour of children and gives practical recommendations for each case. Complementing the Tuning In Cards, this music book contains sheet music of all 64 songs within the card set. When used in conjunction with the cards, it will help to develop the ability to communicate in children with profound disabilities and other complex needs. An innovative musical card set and accompanying website that helps develop the ability to communicate for children with profound disabilities or other complex needs, with around unique activities.
Essential guide for education professionals explaining the Mental Capacity Act and its implications when working with young people with special educational needs in England. A graded programme for children aged 5—18 designed to improve motor coordination with fun movement and sporting activities. These simple and creative lesson plans, created to teach the National Curriculum, provide new ideas for teaching specific subjects to inclusive classrooms.
Encourage every child to achieve their best results through the easily adaptable and fun activities. Each lesson is easy for teachers to implement, yet still manages to be fun and full of opportunities to develop communication and other essential skills. A practical guide for teaching teachers about autism.
This is a research-based guide that provides a framework for effective training around autism for teachers. An edited collection of short chapters, the book is full of practical activities and discussion points ideally suited for time-stretched trainee teachers, those leading training courses and busy teachers continuing to learn on the job. Focusing on the myriad ways that autism affects pupils and their education, it covers key training strategies around autism including maths, physical education, sex and relationships, behaviour management and more.
Each contains the material for a session to be delivered to trainee teachers or to provide a unit of self-study. Combining research into the needs of trainee teachers, parents, and students with autism, this book offers an effective roadmap for teacher training and a better understanding of how to meet the needs of autistic pupils. Evidenced-based methods for addressing challenging behaviour in children and adults with intellectual disabilities or autism.
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This highly practical book is an accessible and grounded handbook for addressing challenging behaviour in children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities IDD , including autism. It recognises that challenging behaviour does not appear out of nowhere and is meaningful for the person exhibiting it. Behaviour can be communicative and an important signifier of underlying sensory or environmental issues. It also presents best practice for analysing and addressing challenging behaviour in various settings such as schools, hospitals and the home, all while stressing the need to keep the human story at the heart of any assessment and intervention.
Each chapter features questions for discussion or reflection and exercises for the reader to complete. Informal, frank and free of jargon, this is indispensable for professionals, parents, and anyone working with people with intellectual disability or autism. Innovative guide to rethinking autism and autistic learners in inclusive school settings. This book presents original, empirical research that reframes how educators should consider autism and educational inclusion. Rebecca Wood carefully unpicks common misapprehensions about autism and how autistic children learn, and reconsiders what inclusion can and should mean for autistic learners in school settings.
Drawing on research and interwoven with comments from autistic child and adult contributors throughout, the book argues that inclusion will only work if the ways in which autistic children think, learn, communicate and exhibit their understanding are valued and supported.
Such an approach will benefit both the learner and the whole classroom. Considering topics such as the sensory environment, support, learning and cognition, school curriculums, communication and socialisation, this much needed book offers ideas and insight that reflect the practical side of day-to-day teaching and learning, and shows how thinking differently about autism and inclusion will equip teachers to effectively improve teaching conditions for the whole school.
The lived experience of autistic people is eloquently woven through her important research findings. I urge all educators to embrace the key messages in this book, your pupils and their parents will thank you for it. Casanova and Manuel F. Work together to build your own cartoon character! Perfect for educational settings, this collaborative board game shows the many ways in which we are all unique — to be used with young people with autism and those who are neurotypical. A practical guide to delivering Forest School methods to people with autism — both children and adults — with advice on how to adapt activities to make them more inclusive.
Includes tips on how to set up a Forest School, safety issues and how to gather resources. Creating Autism Champions is a readyto-use resource for raising autism awareness and promoting inclusion in primary schools. Presenting an innovative, research-based approach to help children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD develop reasoning and problem-solving skills. This is a practical guide on how to teach and assess fundamental movement skill FMS acquisition for children and adults with autism. The book explores basic skills of movement and how to observe and develop FMS in children and adults with autism, as well as how to implement a programme for individuals to guide their personal development.
A novel approach to understanding and developing executive function in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bring stories to life, aid communication with children profound and multiple learning disabilities.
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Learn how this innovative and energetic approach uses music and movement to help children on the autism spectrum address sensory processing and behaviour issues, develop motor skills, feel more comfortable within their bodies, and have fun! The fully revised edition of this bestselling book brings the understanding of sensory perceptual issues in autism up to date with current research. It describes sensory perceptual experiences and sensitivities and explains the cognitive differences caused by them.
The final chapters are devoted to assessment and different methods of intervention. A practical resource to help schools support pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorder as they transition from primary to secondary school. Help groups of students with autism aged 14—17 develop essential skills for long-term employment. A workbook for preparing young adults aged 16—26 with autism spectrum disorder ASD for the workplace. This updated edition is the definitive guide to practical, evidence-based approaches to the assessment and diagnosis of ASD in schools.
Bridging the research to practice gap, this award-winning book shows education professionals and clinicians how to identify school-aged children with ASD and carry out appropriate interventions. All About Me is based on a programme designed to introduce individual children to their autism diagnosis in the context of their overall personal attributes. A fun and engaging guide to introducing and developing yoga with children and young people on the spectrum. Whether you work in special needs school, primary mainstream school or the community, or you are the parent of an autistic child, this book will equip you with plans, structures, goals, teaching tips and a multitude of real-life stories.
The book is suitable for teaching everyone on the spectrum, with an emphasis on teaching those with more complicated needs. It is also relevant for use with children who have related needs such as ADHD and sensory processing challenges. Beautifully illustrated with images of the postures taught within, it is the perfect go-to resource for anyone interested in engaging children and young people in yoga. Toolbox for minimizing stress, burnout, anxiety and meltdowns. Anxiety, meltdowns and emotional regulation can be hugely challenging for autistic people.
This book is full of proactive strategies for understanding, accepting and respecting the processing differences in autism. It contains tools for reducing sensory, social and mental drain, and offers strategies to protect from ongoing stress and anxiety. These help minimize shutdowns and burnout, while maximizing self-esteem, autistic identity and mental health. This practical and creative book is filled with simple calming activities to help children find a sense of peace and settle heightened emotions during busy times.
Each activity is easily adaptable for different ability levels, providing a handy bank of self-regulation tools that can be used at any time in a range of settings. This book compiles posts from the popular online Autism Discussion Page to provide simple and effective strategies for helping children with ASDs to feel safe, accepted and competent. This volume covers anxiety and stress, challenging behaviors, stretching comfort zones, discipline, and school issues.
The Autism Discussion Page on the core challenges of autism A toolbox for helping children with autism feel safe, accepted, and competent Bill Nason. This volume focuses on the core challenges faced by those with autism: cognitive, sensory, social and emotional. Empowering readers to approach children with autism with greater flexibility and understanding, this collection of inspiring narratives shows the positive impact creative therapy has on characteristics of autism.
The child-centred, multi-creative approach displays an exciting array of beneficial therapies such as dance, music and meditation. Give a young person with autism the tools to grow up healthy and happy, with this practical guide to emotional wellbeing. Informed by positive psychology also known as the science of happiness and filled with activities, this is a refreshing resource for helping young people build lasting foundations for resilience, self-worth and happiness. With beautiful illustrations, this practical guide clearly explains why young people on the spectrum feel anxious, before giving real-world advice on how to deal with and beat anxiety.
It offers numerous strategies for overcoming anxiety and comes in a style designed specifically for young people with ASD. Children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders ASD require specialized teaching strategies when learning about the body, sexuality, and relationships. This complete sex education resource provides practical teaching advice, activity ideas, and illustrated handouts geared towards the needs of children of all ages on the autism spectrum.
An interdisciplinary exploration of how to promote and support positive educational outcomes for girls on the autism spectrum. Addressing the gender gap in the understanding of autism, this multi-perspective book explores the educational needs of girls on the autism spectrum from early years to secondary school, in both mainstream and special settings. The collection, comprising insights from autistic women and girls and educational and medical professionals makes recommendations for a collaborative and integrated approach that enables girls on the spectrum to reach their full potential.
By establishing close collaborations between girls on the spectrum, their parents, teachers and specialist professionals, the field can move forwards in terms of providing understanding and an appropriate educational framework for success. It brings together personal experience, professional expertise and research in an accessible way.
The subject is brought alive by compelling narratives, clear case studies and examples of excellent practice from a range of contexts. Straightforward guide to periods for autistic young people aged 9 to Written by autistic author Robyn Steward, this is a detailed guide for young people aged 9 to 16 on the basics of menstruation.
Created in consultation with young people, an online survey and a group of medical professionals, this is a book that teaches all people about periods, which can be a scary and overwhelming issue. Promoting the fact that everyone either has periods or knows someone who does, the book reduces the anxiety girls face in asking for help.
It offers direct advice on what periods look and feel like and how to manage hygiene and pain. It also breaks up information using flaps and step-by-step photos of how to change pads and tampons, it discusses alternatives to tampons and pads, and gives information about possible sensory issues for people with autism. An engaging insight into the often underexplored condition of autism in women and girls, delivered in an expertly researched and beautifully illustrated graphic book. The perfect resource for anyone who wishes to understand how gender affects autism, it shows how to create safer, more accommodating environments for women and girls on the spectrum.
Girls with autism require tailored support for dealing with mental health issues. This book offers interventions specifically for supporting girls with their mental health, by looking at looking at how girls are assessed and diagnosed for autism, and explaining which mental health conditions girls with autism most frequently experience.
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Rudy Simone guides you through every aspect of both personal and professional life, from early recollections of blame, guilt, and savant skills, to friendships, romance and marriage. Employment, career, rituals and routines are also covered. Simone rejects negative views of Aspergirls and empowers them to lead happy and fulfilled lives. This ingenious and engaging group programme uses motivation and game-playing talents to teach specific social skills.
By discovering new worlds within Minecraft, the participants explore and acquire the social abilities needed to make friends. A comprehensive guide to setting up LEGO Therapy groups to promote social skills in children with autism spectrum disorders and related conditions through group LEGO building. The book provides practical guidance and inspiration for professionals working with children to improve their social interaction skills.
This practical guide is full of information and tips on identifying areas of language need, how to implement and run interventions successfully, and how to measure progress. Including a range of example activities and a friendly introduction to why play helps young brains, it is a must-have resource for anyone who works therapeutically with children. Sharman Ober-Reynolds, Christopher J. Structured program for educators to help school-aged children with social challenges.
FRIEND is a social, communication and play-based program to help school-aged children with social challenges. All students deserve a positive school experience where they can reach their social and academic potential. However, this can prove difficult for students with difficulties such as attention deficit, anxiety, emotional or autism spectrum disorders, who may struggle daily with social situations.
This manual provides everything educators need to support these students with their social skills in everyday situations, throughout their school years. This program is designed to help any student with social challenges, no matter how subtle. For students without social challenges, it teaches tolerance, acceptance and understanding. These can be implemented individually or in any combination as a comprehensive program. Parents and family are offered information on working together with schools and implementing FRIEND strategies at home and in the community.
Emphasizing peer sensitivity, education and a supportive environment, FRIEND is for any educator wanting to create an inclusive and safe atmosphere for students to learn social skill-building strategies. Introductions give context and show how the Stories intertwine to teach broader lessons, while positive Stories for parents and siblings acknowledge how this approach can aid the entire family. Fully illustrated and contextualised with helpful introductions and examples, it is an invaluable guide for helping children with autism progress towards an easier adult life.
With ideas for coping strategies and positive response techniques, this book offers a means to work through negative experiences. What would life be like if the world was too noisy for your eyes, or your clothes always felt too itchy? This picture book describes the world from the point of view of a child with autism and the sensory issues and big feelings they often encounter.
This accompanying guide to Sometimes Noise is Big shows what everyday life is like for a child on the autism spectrum and the types of sensory issues they experience. It offers simple explanations of the issues and advice on how to help children with autism with common sensory difficulties. The Disappointment Dragon Learning to cope with disappointment for all children and dragon tamers, including those with Asperger syndrome K. Through autism awareness workshops in schools, the authors have compiled the most common questions on the subject. Based on real questions raised by children aged 5—11, this book provides direct answers as well as strategies for continuing the discussion to increase autism awareness in primary school settings.
The world is a very confusing place for Tilly. An illustrated story book for girls with an Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD aged approximately 5 years to 11 years, to help them understand their diagnosis and their differences and strengths. Beautifully illustrated picture book to help parents to explain an autism diagnosis to their child in a sensitive, positive and accurate way. Using bright colours and fun illustrations, this book will show children how to identify common interests in conversation, and how to go on to talk about them successfully. The photocopiable worksheets and activities encourage children to engage with this visual model and reinforce the method.
Explains to children with ASD how, just like a computer saves and shares files, people remember and share their impressions of each other. A visual guide to help children on the autism spectrum recognize their strengths and overcome challenges. An illustrated guide to self-help skills and strategies for children aged 7—14 on the autism spectrum. Super fun ways for kids to stay in control of their moods — including breathing, pressure holds, finger pulls and fidgets.
From breathing exercises and pressure holds to noise-reducing headphones and gum, this illustrated book is packed with simple strategies and tools to help children with emotional and sensory regulation difficulties aged approximately 7 to 14 years to stay cool, calm and in control. A guide for teachers, therapists and parents to implement the self-regulatory program of Awesome and In Control, with photocopiable lesson plans and activities.
This illustrated guide enables teachers and therapists to help children to take control of their sensory and emotional regulation. With the help of the Keep-Calm Guru, children aged 7—14 will learn to tackle difficult emotions and feel cool, calm, and in control! Self-Control to the Rescue! Self-control strategies and exercises for children aged 4—7 to manage and regulate the emotional challenges faced in daily life. Growth spurts, hairy bits, friendships and accepting yourself for who you are — a guide for boys with autism explaining what growing up is all about!
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