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Both disabled and non-disabled children need help in recognising and understanding aspects of disability and inclusion.
Inclusive Teaching in a Nutshell is a visual, easy-to-read and honest guide for teachers who are looking for practical ways to adapt their teaching to meet the needs of all pupils.
This programme enables secondary schools to provide interventions targeted at students who are or are at risk of committing criminal offences.
This book provides a systematic approach to developing these skills so that young people can understand and work through social interaction difficulties.
This invaluable resource will guide you through a simple, systematic process of understanding why challenging behaviour is happening and give you some very practical and easily implemented strategies.
A Complete Manual to Identifying and Diagnosing Mathematical Difficulties
The exercises and activities in this resource will help you to motivate your team or the group with which you are working.
This crucial book explores the use of multisensory rooms in order to ease that anxiety; taking the mystery out of multisensory rooms, and supporting the reader to reflect and make the most out of their space.
This original and imaginative book has been created by a five-year-old boy illustrates his understanding of his autistic mother Joanna, giving insight into the different ways in which autistic and neurotypical people understand language.
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This practical resource provides an original multi-element approach leading to planned individual interventions.
Pre-School Start is a practical resource that can be used with preschool children who need targeted additional help in developing communication skills.
This book is an accessible guide to everything you need to know about Asperger Syndrome.
This is an engaging book that will help with understanding why some children struggle in school as a result of sometimes undiagnosed or unrecognised challenges.
Sensory Motor Activities for Early Development, 2nd edition is an essential text for all parents/carers and practitioners who use sensory-motor activities in a playful way to help the development of children with a range of needs.
This unique, practical guide helps you to plan and deliver sensory activities that lead people into a calm, focused state.
This practical resource provides a complete programme of ideas for developing a child’s short-term memory skills.
Supports young people with SEN understand what is meant by mental wellbeing.
This book is a practical step-by-step resource, designed to guide teachers and SLTs in the delivery of SmiLE Therapy with students who have communication difficulties.
Social Survival is a practical manual outlining what it means to be a logical thinker and how logical thinkers can make sense of the social world.
This book provides a range of activities designed to engage and gradually develop children’s use of auditory and visual memory, pragmatic and sensory skills.
Designed for clinicians and students working with teenagers and adults who stammer, this flexible and practical book embeds an ethos of reflection and adaptation.
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