Books in category Family & Relationships – Children with Special Needs

  • Supportive Parenting

    Supportive Parenting
    Jan Campito

    From procuring evaluations, to understanding what the diagnoses mean, to selecting therapies and therapists, to following through on therapies at home and targeting needs to be addressed, to helping formulate IEPs, and to monitoring and …

  • No Mind Left Behind

    No Mind Left Behind
    Adam J. Cox

    The book addresses special-needs children as well as neurotypical children, and includes practical suggestions for parents and educators.

  • Blessed with Tragedy

    Blessed with Tragedy
    Jack Hatfield

    She was forced into the world prematurely amidst a sea of turbulence.

  • Parenting a Bipolar Child

    Parenting a Bipolar Child
    Gianni L. Faedda, Nancy B. Austin

    An overview of the available treatment options and most effective parenting strategies for dealing with bipolar disorder in a child or adolescent offers an essential resource that provides up-to-date information on the ailment.

  • 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.

  • Small Steps Forward

    Small Steps Forward
    Sarah Newman

    ' – Downs Syndrome Association (UK) 'This is a very practical book, full of common sense and simple ideas. Although intended for parents this book will also be an invaluable resource for anyone working with children with special needs.

  • Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions

    Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions
    Pat Harvey, Jeanine Penzo

    Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions is an effective guide to de-escalating your child's emotions and helping your child express feelings in productive ways.

  • Asperger s

    Catherine Faherty, Gary B. Mesibov

    Designed for children with high-functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome, this workbook offers an approach for the child to learn more about himself.

  • Can I tell you about Epilepsy

    Can I tell you about Epilepsy?
    Kate Lambert

    This illustrated book is full of useful information and will be an ideal introduction for children from the age of 7.

  • Kramer

    Donald E. Sexauer

    Kramer??! This touching story of a family who has lost a pet…is one we have all experienced.

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