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Zones of regulation : a curriculum designed to foster self-regulation and emotional control by Kuypers, Leah

Publication: . xi, 188 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM 29

A fantastic resource that I was able to try before I Buy. Thanks

Talking with your child about their autism diagnosis : a guide for parents / by Dundon, Raelene

Publication: . 158 pages : 22 cm

Some of the recommended videos are quite negative - make sure you watch them first before sharing with your child.

How to be 'normal' : notes on the eccentricities of modern life / by Tammet, Daniel

Publication: . 50 pages ; 19 cm

"Normality is relative" P2. Appreciated reading a different lens on everyday subjects. Found this book thoughtful and thought provoking.

The social survival guide for teens on the autism spectrum : how to make friends and navigate your emotions / by Sterling, Lindsey

Publication: . xiv, 143 pages : 23 cm

Wonderful book. I would buy it for a teenager. It is very readable for teens and adults. Contains check in and refection questions. It is nicely chunked. It is full of practical tips and examples. There is a good use of photographs to show body language and facial expressions.

Music for special kids : musical activities, songs, instruments and resources by Ott, Pamela

Publication: London Jessica Kingsley 2011 . 192 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 29 Date: 2011

This is very helpful. The suggestions in this book were invaluable in putting together the 'rhythym bag' for the online resources I'm developing. The objectives for each activity were also useful. I would use this book again.

Dannie's dilemma : the shopping trip : the right shoes by Haldane, Carol

Publication: Brentwood Chipmunkpublishing 2008 . 65 p. ; 21 cm. 29 Date: 2008

Useful to give a bit of insight and easy to read but I had hoped for more. The continuous change in perspective (first to third person and back) is somewhat confusing and while Dannie's mum knows about her daughter's ASD she does not seem to have much understanding or appreciation for Dannie's struggles and challenges and tells her off or gets exasperated by standard ASD behaviour. The description of Dannie is also in parts overly stereotypical, probably to drive home a point, at times slipping out of the role (by using metaphors herself). E.g. Dannie misunderstands every idiom she comes across by taking it literal; the way she is described (grasp of language, independence skills, etc.) she would probably have learned at some point that idioms and figures of speech exist and would be aware that she has problems 'getting them'.

Talkabout board game : developing self-esteem, social skills and friendship skills by Kelly, Alex

Publication: . 1 Box, 42 cm x 24 cm containing game elements 29

Great game. Made such a difference for the student. He was very proud of himself when he used some of the skills.

Teaching math to people with Down syndrome, and other hands-on learners : strategies and materials / by Horstmeier, DeAnna

Publication: . 371 pages : 28 cm

Some great strategies and examples.

Inclusion in practice : educating children with Down syndrome at primary school

Publication: Southsea, Hants Down Syndrome Educational Trust 2006 . DVD : 75 mins.|Leaflet : 4 p. ; 18 cm. 29 Date: 2006

Suitable for parents thinking of enrolling their children in a mainstream school.

Cerebral palsy : a complete guide for caregiving / by Miller, Freeman

Publication: . xii, 479 pages : 26 cm.

Thank you very much for this book. It has been a wonderful source of information.

A 5 is against the law! Social boundaries : straight up! An honest guide for teens and young adults by Buron, Kari Dunn

Publication: Shawnee Mission, KS Autism Asperger Publishing 2007 . vii, 47 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. 29 Date: 2007

This is a great book!

Mental health in intellectual disabilities : a complete introduction to assessment, intervention, care and support / by Hemmings, Colin,

Publication: . 246 pages 25 cm

Excellent read

Supporting people with disabilities coping with grief and loss : an easy-to-read booklet : information for support people by Gulbenkoglu, Hrepsime

Publication: Melbourne Scope 2007 . 38 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. 29 Date: 2007

Very helpful for a family I am supporting

I have a question about death : a book for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other special needs / by Gaines, Arlen Grad

Publication: . 39 pages : 22 cm x 22 cm

Very helpful

Helping people with developmental disabilities mourn : practical rituals for caregivers by Markell, Marc A

Publication: Fort Collins, CO Companion Press 2005 . viii, 81 p. : 22 cm. 29 Date: 2005

Very helpful for a family I support

When dad died by Hollins, Sheila

Publication: . 28, [22] p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 29

Very helpful for a family I am suporting

I miss you : a first look at death / by Thomas, Pat,

Publication: . 29 pages : 22 cm.

Very helpful for a family I am supporting

What does dead mean? : a book for young children to help explain death and dying / by Jay, Caroline,

Publication: . 1 volume (unpaged) : 22 cm

Very helpful for the family I was working with

Sanctuary : never let love pass you by / by Collin, Len

Publication: . 1 videodisc (87 min.) : 4 3/4 in.

Enjoyed this DVD.

Born this way. Season one /

Publication: . 2 videodiscs : 4 3/4 in.

Wonderful accounts. Great fun to watch.

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