• Author: admin
  • Date: 09-22-2019, 14:47
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Art as an Early Intervention Tool for Children with Autism - Nicole Martin

The early years are the most critical period of learning for a child with autism. Therapeutic art-making can be a useful tool to tap into their imaginations and help them to express their thoughts and feelings. Art as an Early Intervention Tool for Children with Autism includes practical advice on helping a child move
  • Author: admin
  • Date: 09-22-2019, 09:12
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Infections and Inequalities - Paul Farmer

Paul Farmer has battled AIDS in rural Haiti and deadly strains of drug-resistant tuberculosis in the slums of Peru. A physician-anthropologist with more than fifteen years in the field, Farmer writes from the front lines of the war against these modern plagues and shows why, even more than those of history, they
  • Author: admin
  • Date: 09-22-2019, 06:31
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Survival of the Sickest - Dr Sharon Moalem, Jonathan Prince

Joining the ranks of modern myth busters, Dr. Sharon Moalem turns our current understanding of illness on its head and challenges us to fundamentally change the way we think about our bodies, our health, and our relationship to just about every other living thing on earth. Through a fresh and engaging examination of
  • Author: admin
  • Date: 09-21-2019, 18:06
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Life Behind Glass - Wendy Lawson

Wendy Lawson has an autism spectrum disorder. Considered to be intellectually disabled and 'almost incapable of doing as she is told' at school, she was later misdiagnosed as schizophrenic - a label that stuck with her for more than 25 years. Her sense of self was then non-existent, but Wendy is now a mother of four
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  • Date: 09-21-2019, 04:56
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The Green Zone Conversation Book - Joel Shaul

In conversation, children on the autism spectrum often struggle to select topics of interest to others. Many have strong, narrow interests and feel compelled to introduce these subjects when they talk. This book provides a simple visual model to help children experience more success in finding common ground in
  • Author: admin
  • Date: 09-21-2019, 00:25
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Nerdy, Shy, and Socially Inappropriate - Cynthia Kim

Cynthia Kim explores all the quirkyness of living with Asperger Syndrome (ASD) in this accessible, witty and honest guide looking from an insider perspective at some of the most challenging and intractable aspects of being autistic. Her own life presents many rich examples. From being labelled nerdy and shy as an
  • Author: admin
  • Date: 09-20-2019, 12:24
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DBT-Informed Art Therapy - Susan M. Clark

Understand DBT-informed art therapy, and how to apply it to your practice. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) treats problems with emotion regulation, and is especially effective in treating chronic self-harming and suicidal behaviors associated with Borderline Personality Disorder. Combining the structure and skill
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  • Date: 09-20-2019, 00:16
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How to Be a Superhero Called Self-Control! - Lauren Brukner, Apsley

Meet Self-Control, a superhero who wants to teach young children his super powers of self-control! Anxiety, frustration, anger, and other difficult feelings won't stand a chance against their new-found powers. Self-Control teaches children with emotional and sensory regulation difficulties aged approximately 4-7 how
  • Author: admin
  • Date: 09-19-2019, 13:42
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Our Brains Are Like Computers! - Joel Shaul

This highly visual social skills book uses computer metaphors and visual diagrams to help children on the autism spectrum to understand how their words and actions can affect other people. Easily identifiable computing and social networking metaphors are used to explain how memories are saved in the brain, like files