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    101 Games for Social Skills-0 101 Games for Social Skills-0
    This book is full of creative and dynamic games that will help children to develop positive relationships and learn the skills of healthy interations. The activities are suitable for schools, youth groups, health departments and social services. Having fun is one of the best ways to learn.
  • The Aspergers Syndrome Diagnostic Scale created by Brenda Smith Myles, Stacey Jones Bock and Richard L. Simpson, can be used for the assessment of individuals aged from 5 to 18 years age who manifest the characteristics of Asperger Syndrome. The ASDS consists of fifty clearly stated items which describe specific observable and measurable behaviours of Aspergers Syndrome. The Scale can be completed by  parents or professionals at home or in school. It can be completed in 10 -15 minutes.The answers to statements related to specific observed behaviours are rated as 'observed' or  'not observed'. A table is provided for determining the likelihood that an individual has A.S. once all the questions have been answered. This pack contains 45 reponse/test forms  
  • Autistic Spectrum Target Ladders-0 Autistic Spectrum Target Ladders-0
    This book uses a structured small step approach to address areas of challenge for children with autistic spectrum characteristics The seven characteristics covered are- Socal interaction - frendships Social interaction - relationships Getting attention Managing change Personal organisation Managing feelings Non-verbal interaction
  • Behavioural Emotional and Social Difficulties Target Ladders-0 Behavioural Emotional and Social Difficulties Target Ladders-0
    This book uses a structured small step approach to address areas of challenge for children with BESD The six key aspects covered are- Coping in the classroom Unstructured times controlling emotions Taking responsibility Social interaction with peers Managing transitions
  • How to support and teach children on the Autism Spectrum-0 How to support and teach children on the Autism Spectrum-0
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    Amanda Kirby, in 'Mapping SEN', provides SENCOs, teachers and teaching assistants with a means of identifying and meeting pupils' special educational needs. She shows how to observe children and cluster symptoms to create tailored approaches for those who have more than one area of difficulty.
  • New Reading and Thinking 1-0 New Reading and Thinking 1-0
    This is Book 1 of a series in which pupils are asked to read passages of text and answer questions relating to them. The answers to these questions are not directly stated in the text and so readers must infer the answer and 'read between the lines' using common sense and reasoning.
  • New Reading and Thinking 2-0 New Reading and Thinking 2-0
    This is Book 2 of a series in which pupils are asked to read passages of text and answer questions relating to them. The answers to these questions are not directly stated in the text and so readers must infer the answer and 'read between the lines' using common sense and reasoning.
  • New Reading and Thinking 3-0 New Reading and Thinking 3-0
    This is Book 3 of a series in which pupils are asked to read passages of text and answer questions relating to them. The answers to these questions are not directly stated in the text and so readers must infer the answer and 'read between the lines' using common sense and reasoning.
  • New Reading and Thinking 4-0 New Reading and Thinking 4-0
    This is Book 4 of a series in which pupils are asked to read passages of text and answer questions relating to them. The answers to these questions are not directly stated in the text and so readers must infer the answer and 'read between the lines' using common sense and reasoning.
  • New Reading and Thinking 5-0 New Reading and Thinking 5-0
    This is Book 5 of a series in which pupils are asked to read passages of text and answer questions relating to them. The answers to these questions are not directly stated in the text and so readers must infer the answer and 'read between the lines' using common sense and reasoning.
  • New Reading and Thinking 6-0 New Reading and Thinking 6-0
    This is Book 6 of a series in which pupils are asked to read passages of text and answer questions relating to them. The answers to these questions are not directly stated in the text and so readers must infer the answer and 'read between the lines' using common sense and reasoning.
  • New Reading and Thinking-0 New Reading and Thinking-0
    This is a series of 6 books in which pupils are asked to read passages of text and answer questions relating to them. The answers to these questions are not directly stated in the text and so pupils must read between the lines using common sense and reasoning.
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    Social Situation Stories-0 Social Situation Stories-0
    This is a collection of 48 situation stories for teaching social and life skills to children aged 5 - 11 on the autistic spectrum. Examples of situations include- being teased, making choices, appropriate touching and waiting.
  • Social Situation Stories - Tricky Times-0 Social Situation Stories - Tricky Times-0
    This follow on book looks at tricky situations such as why a new teacher is in class today or why a loved one is in hospital. These challenging stories offer an approach to each social theme, along with invaluable advice on how to personalise and make the story specific to each individual child.
  • Socially Speaking-0 Socially Speaking-0
    Socially Speaking is a pragmatic social skills programme for pupils with mild to moderate learning difficulties. It lasts a whole school year and is divided into three units - let's communicate, let's be friends, let's practice. As pupils progress through the programme, their self esteem will increase, and their listening and language skills will improve. it contains teachers notes, illustrated photocopiable resources and assessment and evaluation forms.
  • Speech, Language and Communication Needs - Target Ladders-0 Speech, Language and Communication Needs - Target Ladders-0
    his book uses a structured small step approach to address areas of challenge for children with SLCN The seven key aspects covered are- Early Communication Attention Control Play and social interaction Comprehension Expressive Language Social communication Phonologocal Awareness, auditory discrimination and speech
  • Supporting Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders-0 Supporting Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders-0
    This book, published in conjunction with Hull Learning Services, contains a definition of the condition and its effect on communication and behaviour; organising the classroom and support staff; home-school liaison and working with siblings.
  • This book subtitled Information, Advice, And Practical Tips, aims to supply everything you need to know about Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs). The  practical strategies  help support and motivate children who learn differently. The first part of the book covers the most common SpLDs, from ADHD, visual processing difficulty and poor working memory through to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), dyslexia, dypraxia, dyscalculia and Specific Language Impairment. It explains clearly and concisely what each difficulty is, how it can affect a child's learning and how to help a child to succeed despite their difficulties.
  • This practical visual and kinaesthetic resource can be used to support children with communication difficulties. Visual symbols on these fans are designed to support and enable communication for those who respond better to visual stimuli. The symbols are not designed to replace language and must always be used alongside the spoken work. These symbol fans can be used in many ways:
    • to support understanding
    • to offer choice
    • to obtain responses
    • to praise
    • to help modify behaviour
  • Tangles are the perfect sensory fidget toy for children or adults with Sensory Processing Disorders, Autism, ADHD, Alzheimer's, Dementia, or other special needs. Perfect for the classroom, car rides, or the workplace Tangles offer a hands-on art experience. Tangles bring out creativity and artistic imagination! Tangles are silent and calming. They do not disturb or disrupt others. Tangles are safe, reusable and affordable  
  • This practical and accessible boo, written by Maggie Mamen, is essential reading for both families and professionals working with children and adults with NLDs