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The autism-friendly guide to periods / by Steward, Robyn

Publication: . 94 pages : 25 cm

Great book. My 10 year old daughter found it very helpful. Would consider buying it, it is such a great book.

The simple guide to child trauma : by Thierry, Betsy de

Publication: . 80 pages 20 cm

Great ideas, great resource. Practical examples I can try.

Supporting pupils with autism / by Brower, Francine

Publication: . 126 pages : 20 cm.

This is a great resource; quick and easy to read with lots of practical ideas as well as templates available online. Highly recommended.

Managing money : by Johns, Neil

Publication: London The National Autistic Society 2011 . 152 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. 25 Date: 2011

This is a wonderful resource.

Hey warrior / by Young, Karen

Publication: . 1 volume (unpaged) : 28 cm.

It is a great wee book.

Cerebral palsy by Levine, Michelle

Publication: . 32 pages : 25 cm.

Basic and easy reading

What's happening to Ellie? : by Reynolds, Kate E.

Publication: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015 . 1 volume (unpaged) : 17 x 19 cm Date: 2015

Excellent book for young girls preparing for puberty

Know your spectrum! : by Monahan, Finn

Publication: . 264 pages ; 30 cm

Practical guide for young people with a diagnosis of ASD to work through. Includes lots of worksheets. Most relevant to older teens.

Social skills success for students with Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism / by Simpson, Richard L.,

Publication: . xx, 210 pages : 26 cm

Includes many evidence based activities and ideas to help promote social skill development. Useful for practitioners, teachers and parents.

Hey warrior / by Young, Karen

Publication: . 1 volume (unpaged) : 28 cm.

Beautiful illustrations and great text. An excellent way to explain to kids about why they physically feel the effects of anxiety and what they can do. This is a book I would like to revisit. Thanks for buying it.

Supported decision-making : by Shogren, Karrie Ann,

Publication: . xxx, 292 pages ; 24 cm.

This book is fantastic! Highly recommend! It is based on US laws but lots of great information and very much written from an ‘ability’ focus.

Train the brain to hear : by Solomon, Jennifer L.

Publication: . 199 pages : 23 cm

Have bought a copy to use as a reference for class and syndicate

Changing offending behaviour : by Baim, Clark.

Publication: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014 . 223 p. 30 cm. Date: 2014

Great worksheets to copy. Good background to different counselling theories.

A young adult's guide to flatting by Sullivan, Lorna

Publication: Auckland, NZ Paradigm Initiative 2013 . 40 p. : col. ill. ; 15 x 21 cm. 25 Date: 2013

This was a really insightful book - very relevant as my 24 year old daughter will be looking at flatting in the next few years.

Understanding and working with the spectrum of autism: an insider's view by Lawson, Wendy

Publication: London Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2001 . 223 p. 25 Date: 2001

Good book. Well written.

Intermediaries in the criminal justice system : by Plotnikoff, Joyce

Publication: . xiv, 338 pages : 22 cm

Excellent resource for professionals working with people who are challenged in language.

It's okay to make mistakes / by Parr, Todd

Publication: . 1 volume (unpaged) : 26 cm

Enjoyed by many of our students. Great illustrations and easy to follow.

Sulky, rowdy, rude : by Elven, Bo Hejlskov

Publication: . 192 pages : 22 cm

Best parenting book I have ever read - and I have read a lot of them over the years. It has helped us tremendously. Can't recommend enough.

Hand it over, Harry : by Eason, Sarah

Publication: . 32 pages : 24 cm.

Well written. My daughter enjoyed it and it helped us work through her 'sticky fingers' problem!

The loving push : by Grandin, Temple

Publication: . xvii, 210 pages : 23 cm

Good practical advice. Easy to read- takes into account the autistic perspective. I would like to borrow again.

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