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– Enhancing Quality of Life through Attitudes, Education and Behaviour
The Art of Caring for People with Intellectual Disabilities considers how the skills and attitudes of a carer can elevate the life of the person they care for.
This book explores the interplay between factors impacting English language learners and considers implications for assessment.
To explain and understand the patterns that attachment play in psychiatric and social problems a body of knowledge has sprung up which owes much to the pioneering work of the late John Bowlby. This book draws together recent theoretical contributions, research findings and clinical data from psychiatrists, psychologists, sociologists and ethologists from Britain, America and Europe.
Designed and presented by Dr. Michele Dunleavy (MIC), this online course will provide Principals, Mainstream, Learning Support and Resource Teachers with the necessary knowledge and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to feel confident in including a child within a mainstream school.
This book is ideal for pre-service and in-service teachers required to implement effective evidence-based practices for children and youth with autism, particularly those who also have intellectual disabilities.
Braver than you Believe is a timely and practical resource for parents on how to equip children with skills and strategies to help them to flourish and thrive in life, despite the inevitable challenges, difficulties and obstacles that will come their way. In doing so, parents can lay the groundwork for children to reach their full potential and to blossom into happy, fulfilled adults.
This title includes 40 photographic cards to introduce, remind and inform about people, places and events of the 1950s and 60s.
– A Calming Colouring and Drawing Book
The charming images and guided activities in this book, narrated by a friendly Worry Worm, will open up new areas for discussion in a fun format and enable young people to talk about their worries and fears.
This edition provides a jargon-free and practical explanation of a theory and method of counselling which can be used in any therapeutic relationship.
150 ideas for drama in one practical manual makes this a veritable treasure trove which will inspire everyone to run drama sessions creatively, enjoyably and effectively.
This is is an inspirational manual that offers users effective ways of entering the field of music groupwork with adults of all ages and abilities.
This hands-on manual offers a clear introduction to play and drama work for professionals working with adults at risk.
This practical book will improve the play skills – through storytelling and story work.
– Teaching and Learning about Personal Well-Being at Middle Primary Level
The two books in this series are full of ideas and activities that teachers can use to help students feel good about themselves while, at the same time, create a classroom environment where mutual support and caring are an everyday occurrence.
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This is a heart-rending tale of parent and sibling relationships within a contemporary blended family.
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– A Guide to Understanding Emotional Development and its Implications
Emotional Development and Intellectual Disability recognises the complexity and importance of emotions and emotional development in the needs and lives of people with intellectual disabilities (learning disabilities) and in their care and support.
This accessible book expertly guides you through the conflicting perspectives on well-being found in the educational world.
Graphic Lives is a series of highly engaging graphic novels for young people who may need counselling and psychotherapy. Each book introduces the difficulties faced by a teenage character and follows them as they travel on their therapeutic journey with a skilled and creative therapist.
Aimed at professionals working with groups that are developing social skills and exploring relationships, this photocopiable handbook is a vital collection of workshops covering specific themes.
This book is a comprehensive collection of 140 games and activities to foster personal development, improve social communication skills and strengthen group dynamics.
This book offers a variety of games and activities to control and reduce aggression. It encourages the participants to express their anger in a controlled environment so that they may recognise the triggers of anger and aggression and learn how to control it.
– An Integrated Approach
This is the first of three books promoting a multidisciplinary approach to working with children on the autism spectrum.
This book includes a short, easy-to-read theoretical background to ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). The book focusses on the underlying impairments and their impact on sensory processing, motor development, play, language and communication skills, social skills, emotional development and behaviour for the relevant age group.
– DBT-informed skills training for people with intellectual disabilities and problems managing emotions
The purpose of this manual is to enable practitioners to deliver skills training to people with mild to borderline intellectual disabilities who have problems managing and regulating their emotions, which in turn impacts on their lives and relationships. The people who could benefit from such training may live in community settings, residential settings or secure settings.
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