Animal Fun for Everyone!
This photo-filled board book shows young kids with Down syndrome enjoying themselves with a veritable menagerie of animal friends.
Character Building Day by Day
180 character vignettes; 5 for each of the 36 weeks in the school year; grouped by trait. Featuring kids in real-life situations making decisions reflecting their character.
Children With Facial Differences
This accessible book discusses conditions such as cleft lip, cleft palate, and Treacher Collins, Apert, and Crouzon syndromes, and more.
Children With Tourette Syndrome 2nd Ed
Written by leading experts in the field and experienced parents, this guide provides an excellent blend of professional expertise and empathetic advice.
Children with Traumatic Brain Injury
Provides parents with the support and information they need to help their child recover from a closed-head injury and prevent further incidents.
new but slightly worn
Challenge your students to give precise descriptions of pictures as they participate in the barrier games in this activity kit.
First Start Program
new but slightly worn
A training guide for childcare providers and pre-school personnel offers descriptions of chronic conditions, information on behavioural and legal issues.
I Can, Can You?
This wonderful book will reassure families with a new baby with Down syndrome. Daycare centres, hospitals, infant-toddler programs, libraries, pediatric practices and support groups will also want it available for the families they serve.
More Than a Mom
Insightful, practical advice drawn from the experiences of mothers of children with a wide variety of disabilities & from diverse backgrounds
New Paradigms For Creating Quality Schools
The Quality Schools movement combines the principles of control theory with Edward Deming's principles of total quality management. This book describes the application of Quality Schools principles in several schools.
Parenting Young Children
This user-friendly resource aids parent educators in teaching parents to be more authoritative than authoritarian, resulting in nurturing yet disciplined homes that foster healthy, happy children.
The Power to Spring Up
This guide to postsecondary options helps families of teens and young adults with significant disabilities prepare for the future.
The Right Moves
Susceptible to food fads & dangerous diets, too many girls are clueless about nutrition & fitness. Includes quizzes, quotes, up-to-date facts, fun activities & common-sense advice.
Staying on Top and Keeping the Sand Out of Your Pants
Using surfing as a metaphor for motivational and self-improvement concepts and written in accessible, everyday language peppered with surfer slang, "Staying on Top "proves that the good life is available right now.
Thicker Than Water
Bound by blood, but not always by love, a sibling can be your friend or rival, defender or detractor: sometimes simultaneously! But what’s the impact on that bond when one sibling has a disability?
Think, Get Ready, Respond!
This instructional model can help you to actively engage all your students, even those below grade level, in academic content at grade level.
Waddington Instant Exploded Dictionary
Contains 700 words set out in dictionary fashion, this book enables students to develop word search skills and reinforce their spellings of commonly used words. Can be enlarged onto A3 sheets and displayed around the classroom.
What Young Children Need to Succeed
Based on groundbreaking research, this book shows how to build developmental assets; family support, positive values, social skills, and more.