When Sarah Ziegel's twin boys were diagnosed with autism, aged almost three, she realized there was very little practical information about what to do. This book is the result of Sarah's experiences dealing with autism in the family. It also tackles practical matters, such as education and the EHCP process, and how to get help and support.
This charmingly illustrated guide for girls is full of facts and advice about growing up, puberty, body image, friendship, crushes and more! Written in literal language and addressing sensory issues, safety, and social skills throughout, it offers an ideal introduction to the teenage years for girls with autism aged 9 to 14.
Tears Heal shares parenting's best-kept secret - a completely new approach to parenting which is based on listening, and allowing children to express their emotions so that they can return to their natural, good, co-operative selves.
Illustrated by hilarious stick men cartoons, Hurrah for Gin, based on the popular blog and Facebook account, is a book for imperfectly perfect parents about the funny stuff they don't tell you in parenting guides.
Through their professional work with young people, their parents and teachers, the authors know what makes today's teenagers tick. In this book, they share their experience and show you how to have positive, meaningful conversations with your teenage children around sex, social media, pornography, body image, consent and safety.
Jamie, Terry, and Sydney have been going to Camp Barkley every summer since they were puppies. But when a new dog named Taylor joins their cabin, Taylor's mean jokes make Jamie feel left out and picked on. In this book, sensitive illustrations of gender-neutral animal characters help children relate to the issue of covert, or indirect, bullying.