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A complete, straightforward guide to the issues and challenges commonly faced by children and young people with ADHD and attention difficulties at home and at school – and the practical ways in which parents, carers, teachers and schools can help.
Anxiety and Depression offers a complete guide to the difficulties and challenges commonly faced by young people with anxiety and depression at home and in school and how to help.
– 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.
– A Practical Resource for Students, Mentors and Study Skills Support Workers
Autism and Mental Well-being in Higher Education (2nd edition) looks into the fact that, too often, autistic students and those with mental health needs struggle with higher education, often dropping out of courses because they do not receive the informed support that would help them to succeed. This much-needed manual addresses the provision of effective support via mentoring in order to build students’ confidence and enable them to take control of their lives.
– An Inside View of Autism for Carers, professionals and Families
Autism: Respecting Difference is a simple and concise introduction to how the world is experienced differently by autistic people and how to respond suitably and sensitively to individuals.
– Understanding Identity Management and the Role of Stigma
This book aims to define the process of autistic masking and the underlying reasons for its existence. It will consider the social context, including an individual’s response to stigma or trauma, that facilitates impression management.
A complete, straightforward guide to the issues and challenges commonly faced by children and young people as they develop personal wellbeing and resilience – and the practical ways in which parents, carers, teachers and schools can help.
Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD/Dyspraxia) How to Help gives a complete, straightforward guide to the issues and challenges commonly faced by children and young people with DCD and dyspraxia-related difficulties.
A complete, straightforward guide to the issues and challenges commonly faced by children and young people when seeking to study and learn effectively – and the practical ways in which parents, carers, teachers and schools can help.
– 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.
The Gifted Learner is a straightforward guide to how high learning ability in children and young people can be recognised, differentiated and supported by parents, carers, teachers and schools.
– Beyond Sensory Turmoil and Pain in Autism
The Good Box: Beyond Sensory Turmoil and Pain in Autism is about understanding and helping those who struggle with sensory overload due to autism.
– 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.
– Acceptance-Based Guided Self-Help for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Living Your Best Life is an activity-based workbook that guides people with intellectual disabilities to identify what really matters to them and to live their best lives.
– Strategies for Assessing and Modifying Environments to Meet the Needs of Autistic People
This environmental assessment and modification programme has an accessible, strengths-focused approach to supporting autistic people across different areas of their life. It reflects a paradigm shift from one where autism is treated as a deficit or impairment to one of strength, acceptance and autonomy.
Managing Stress and Distress provides an accessible, straightforward guide to how heightened stress levels in young people can lead to distressed behaviour and how to manage both.
Mental Health and Wellbeing in Primary Education puts all the information you need at your fingertips – with detailed guidance on creating a culture of wellbeing, overviews of key educational challenges and transitions and early warning signs to look out for.
Mental Health and Wellbeing in Secondary Education offers a wealth of tips, guidance and advice for taking a whole-school approach to this topic in secondary schools, along with a detailed introduction to how a range of key issues are diagnosed and treated.
– A Reader for Professionals and Support Staff in Health, Education and Social Care
Originally entitled ‘Mental Health Needs of Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities’, this new 2nd edition focuses on the care and support of those with moderate and severe learning disabilities (intellectual disabilities).
– Finding Space To Be – In a World of To Do
Mindful Parenting is an inspirational guide for busy parents who want to better understand the automatic ways in which they can react to stressful situations, balance the ‘doing’ and ‘being’ modes in their everyday lives, and move from instinctive to more mindful responses.
– Explorations of the Nature of Autism from Theory to Practice
A Mismatch of Salience explores the communication challenges between people on the autism spectrum and neurotypical people and seeks to re-balance and celebrate this diversity.
– Exploring Concepts, Lived Experience and Implications for Practice
The Neurodiversity Reader collection brings together work from pioneering figures within and beyond the neurodiversity movement to critically explore its associated concepts and how they might be translated into practice.
– A Practical Resource for all those Working to Support Victim-survivors
Recovery and survival following sexual violence are unique to each individual and this invaluable book provides a resource for those supporting autistic and neurodivergent women to take steps towards regaining control of their life.
Combining attention to sensory issues with using body language (intensive interaction) to interact with autistic adults and children
Responsive Communication is a ground-breaking new book that has been put together by a team of authors led by Phoebe Caldwell who, during her long-time practice in this field, has found some unique paths to achieving deep and meaningful engagement with autistic people and people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
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