Books in category Family & Relationships – Children with Special Needs | Page 4

  • A Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies for Individuals with Autism

    A Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies for Individuals with Autism
    Beth Fouse, Maria Wheeler

    Whatever problems you face, you'll find helpful solutions to them in this book. This book should be on every teacher's and parent's bookshelf. Great reference source!

  • A Parent s Guide to High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder Second Edition

    A Parent’s Guide to High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder, Second Edition
    Sally Ozonoff, Geraldine Dawson, James C. McPartland

    "Packed with real-life stories and everyday problem-solving ideas, this book has given many tens of thousands of parents the facts they need about high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including Asperger syndrome.

  • Friendships

    Wendy Lawson

    Wendy Lawson felt she had a knack for upsetting people and was surprised to be told that she 'did friendship rather well'.

  • The Handbook of Autism

    The Handbook of Autism
    Maureen Aarons, Tessa Gittens

    Featuring new case studies that reflect the extent and variability of autism, and an updated appendix of useful addresses, this new edition of The Handbook of Autism brings up to date the relevant and practical information of the first …

  • The Sensory Sensitive Child

    The Sensory-Sensitive Child
    Karen A. Smith, PhD, Karen R. Gouze, PhD

    Smith and Gouze explain the central and frequently unrecognized role that sensory processing problems play in a child's emotional and behavioral difficulties.

  • Finding Your Child s Way on the Autism Spectrum

    Finding Your Child’s Way on the Autism Spectrum
    Dr. Laura Hendrickson

    Dr. Laura Hendrickson is a trained psychiatrist, biblical counselor—and the mother of an autistic child.

  • Encounters with Wild Children

    Encounters with Wild Children
    Adriana S. Benzaquén

    Through detailed readings of a wide variety of accounts, debates, and representations, Encounters with Wild Children explores the many different meanings these children were given and the varied responses they elicited.

  • Sandplay

    Lois J. Carey

    Family therapy that doesn't actively and intentionally engage children is not family therapy, notes Daniel Sweeney's extended introduction in support of Lois Carey's creative synthesis of sandplay therapy with a family systems orientation.

  • Making Sense of Your Senses

    Making Sense of Your Senses
    Christopher Auer, Michelle Auer

    Making Sense of Your Senses is full of activities and skill-building exercises you can do with your child to help him or her balance sensory stimulation and practice self-calming techniques.

  • The Conscious Parent s Guide to Executive Functioning Disorder

    The Conscious Parent’s Guide to Executive Functioning Disorder
    Rebecca Branstetter

    Contains material adapted from The everything parent's guide to children with executive functioning disorder.

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