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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.
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
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