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GENERAL.

WHEN FOOD'S A FOE

How You Can Confront and Conquer Your Eating Disorder

NANCY J. KOLODNEY, M.A., M.S.W., L.C.S.W.

A self help guide for young adults that offers valuable information about how eating disorders start and how they can be overcome through self-awareness and self-esteem; setting realistic goals; "coming out" to family and friends and knowing when and how to intervene.

LB130EA $9.95

EXTRAORDINARY KIDS

Nurturing and Championing Your Child With Special Needs

JONI EARECKSON TADA

Filled with the personal experiences and anecdotes of many parents who have raised children with special healthcare needs. This book provides parents with the hope, inspiration, and insight they need to capture the unique joy of their child.

TP100GN $10.99

PARENT PERSPECTIVE: RAISING KIDS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

DR. PAUL WEHMAN

This video examines three families who have children with disabilities. It contains compelling interviews with both the children and the parents on what life is like when raising a child with a special health care need.

AC018GN $79.99

RESEARCHING DISABILITY ISSUES

MICHELLE MOORE, SARAH BEAZLEY, AND JUNE MARZLER

Designed to meet a growing need for clear illustrations of how to carry out research which seeks to explore disability issues. Demonstrates value of a critical attention to social, rather than medical starting points for Researching disability. Includes substantive examples of the dilemas which face researchers.

TF241GN $26.99

UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORTING CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DIFFICULTIES

PAUL COOPER

A close examination of the nature of emotional and behavioral disorders, their potential causes, and discussion of the issues that can arise for professionals involved in their assessment. Also includes exploration of the future of the treatment of emotional behavioral difficulties.

TF007GN $69.95

PLAY HELPS

Toys and Activities for Children with Special Needs Fourth Edition

ROMA LEAR

Beginning in 1977 as "The Orange Book", this revised edition includes a compilation of more toys and games arranged under the five senses. Each chapter begins with a contents list. Includes ideas for toys that children can make.

BH1040D $57.50

DISABILITY DISCOURSE

Disability Human Rights and Society

MAIRIAN CORKER AND SALLY FRENCH

A look at the multidimensional and multifunctional nature of disability language in an attempt to further improve our understanding of disability and establish it as a serious topic of study; one in which the latest research findings and ideas can be seriously influential.

TF002GGN $29.95

SLEEP BETTER

A Guide For Improving Sleep for Children With Special Needs

V. MARK DURAND, PHD.

This text begins with a discussion of sleep followed by a description of a range of sleep problems and includes a step by step interview that will help you identify the type of problems being encountered. Includes, treatment options covering bedwetting, sleep walking, insomnia and much more.

PB166GN $21.95

STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS FOR KIDS

From a Leading Authority, An Essential Guide

TIMOTHY E. WEILENS, MD

If your child is among the estimated 12 to 22 percent of American kids who suffer from psychiatric disorders, this text may be helpful to you as you face the tough questions of: Should we use medication? How can I assure the best possible treatment with the least possible risk'? How do I monitor my child's care? Includes resource list for additional information.

GL111GN $14.95

WHAT'S STOPPING YOU?

Living Successfully With a Disability

MARK NAGLER, PHD., AND ADAM NAGLER

This book will help walk you through critical decisions involved in: using advocacy and the law to your advantage; fighting discrimination; caring for a person with a disability; organizing your finances for long-term security and building support networks and much more.

GD030GN $15.95

1-2-3 MAGIC: EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE FOR CHILDREN 2-12

THOMAS W. PHELAN, PH.D.

A 120 minute color presentation that addresses the difficult task of child discipline with humor, keen insight and proven experience. Provides easy to follow steps for disciplining children without yelling, arguing or spanking.

CM120GN VIDEO $39.95

1-2-3 MAGIC: EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE FOR CHILDREN 2-12

New Revised 2nd Edition

THOMAS W. PHELAN, PH.D.

A how-to text designed to help adults learn how to handle difficult behavior, encourage good behavior, and manage the inevitable sidetrack of testing and manipulation- all in a manner that is fair, perfectly clear and not abusive.

CM101GN BOOK $12.95 CM130GN AUDIOBOOK $24.95

JUST FRIENDS

Disability Issues Series

Just Friends looks at three long term friendships between people with and without developmental disabilities. It is a narrative on the true nature of friendship, and is a terrific tool in the classroom. Time: 22 minutes

AC021GN VIDEO $49.00

AFTER YOUR CHILD'S DIAGNOSIS

A Practical Guide for Families Raising Children With Disabilities

CATHY LYNN BINSTOCK

This book offers practical assistance in the way of resources, references, and options available when seeking treatments after a child has been diagnosed. Included are both positive and negative experiences to help one anticipate and cope.

EM100GN $21.95

BUILD A HAPPY FAMILY

A Positive Parenting Tool Kit on "How to be the Parent You Want to be When You Just Don't Have the Time"

FRANK J. DOBERMAN, PH.D.

This book introduces the twelve basic skills of positive parenting and also show. parents how to find the time to use these tools while having the energy to become the parents they want to be, with happy, healthy and thoughtful children.

WC100GN BOOK $15.00

WC200N VIDEO $20.00

WC300GN BOTH $29.95

NOBODY'S PERFECT, EVERYBODY'S SPECIAL

A video and teacher's manual designed to identify and acknowledge special health conditions, increase awareness and acceptance, demonstrate respect for others and teach the value of friendship and community. The story evolves around the Head Over Heels Body Shop, where the mechanic, Jack, and his three friends attempt to fix the misconceptions that many people have about people with disabilities. Close captioned.

AC019GN $89.99

IT'S ALL PART OF THE JOB

Social Skills For Success At Work

This video features real life workers with developmental disabilities, and extensive interviews with their employers. It attempts to teach job skills that everyone can use. Focuses on the major rule of thumb in the jobplace: Ask, Listen and Learn. Excellent teaching tool lasting 21 minutes.

AC020GN VIDEO $59.99

UNCOMMON FATHERS

Reflections on Raising a Child with a Disability

EDITED BY D.J. MEYER

A compelling collection of essays by fathers who were asked to reflect and write about the life-altering experiences of having a child with a disability.

WB1240D $14.95

STEPS TO INDEPENDENCE

Teaching Everyday Skills to Children With Special Needs

THIRD EDITION

BRUCE L. BAKER & ALAN J. BRIGHTMAN

A step by step guide to help parents teach essential life skills to their children. Includes behavioral problems management, toilet training, home care skills, chores and much more.

PB151GN $28.60

DICTIONARY OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES TERMINOLOGY

PASQUALE J. ACCARDO & BARBARA, A Y. WHITMAN

This valuable dictionary is an essential tool for anyone involved in caring for a child with developmental disabilities. More than 3000 terms with thorough and easy to understand definitions including Anomia, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and much more.

PB150DD $35.95

YES YOU CAN!

A Guide for Parents of Children with Disabilities

MARK NAGLER, PH.D.

Parents and caregivers are provided with advice and support for maintaining the quality of family, personal and social life while maximizing the rehabilitative potential of the child with special needs.

GD0200D $13.95

CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

A Medical Primer Fourth Edition

M.L. BATSHAW, M.D. & Y.M. PERRET, M.A.

For parents and professionals. Over 200 detailed illustrations, an extensive glossary, and a section on syndromes.

EXCEPTIONAL PARENT REVIEWED THE BOOK IN THE 11/97 ISSUE.

PB0710D $58.00

GRIEF DANCERS: A JOURNEY INTO

THE DEPTHS OF THE SOUL SUSAN ZIMMERMAN

A mother's story of achieving unconditional love and acceptance of her handicapped child for who she is, and not what she is.

EXCEPTIONAL PARENT REVIEWED THE BOOK IN THE 9/98 ISSUE.

NP1000D $14.99

DELICATE THREADS

Friendships between Children With and Without Special Needs in Inclusive Settings

DEBBIE STAUB, PH.D.

A view of the social lives of children with and without disabilities. Reveals characteristics and patterns of these complex relationships and provides useful suggestions for families and educators interested in supporting these relationships.

WB185GN $16.96

CHILDREN WITH FACIAL DIFFERENCE

A Parents' Guide

HOPE CHARKINS, M.S.W.

First comprehensive book of its kind. Written by a mother of a child with facial difference in collaboration with a distinguished professional advisory board, Covers more commonly occurring conditions plus Apert, Crouzon and Treacher Collins syndromes.

WB176FD $16.95

FROM THE HEART

On Being the Mother of a Child with Special Needs

EDITED BY J.D.B. MARSH

In eye-opening narratives based on their parent support process, nine mothers explore the intense, sometimes painful, emotional terrain of raising a child with special needs.

WB1680D $14.95

CHILDREN WITH TOURETTE SYNDROME

A Parents' Guide

EDITED BY T. HAERLE

Written by a team of professionals and parents, this book covers medical, educational, legal, family life, daily care, and emotional issues.

WB0160D $14.96

DIFFERENCES IN COMMON

Straight Talk on Mental Retardation, Down Syndrome, and Life

M. TRAINER

Marilyn Trainer draws on her experience with candor and humor, as a mother of a child with Down syndrome, now in his twenties. A fresh outlook on the challenges, hopes and fears of family life.

WB009MR $14.95

TEACHING THE YOUNG CHILD WITH MOTOR DELAYS

A Guide for Parents and Professionals

M. HANSON AND HARRIS

Provides information to parents on how motor development influences other areas of development.

PE049PD $31.00

THE SPECIAL CHILD

A Source Book for Parents of Children with Developmental Disabilities, Second Edition

S. M. PUESCHEL, P.S. SCOLA, L.E. WEIDENMAN, J.C. BEBNIER

Filled with straightforward medical information, helpful illustrations, and practical recommendations on disability-related issues.

PB1010D $29.95

THE CHILD WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional Growth

STANLEY I GREENSPAN, M.D. AND SERENA WIEDER, PH.D. WITH ROBIN SIMONS

A step by step approach for parents, educators and others who work with children with special needs. Authors offer new understanding of the nature of the challenges and specific ways of helping children extend their intellectual and emotional potential.

AL1010D $27.00

FOR THE LOVE OF CHILDREN

EVA SHAW

A collection of loving observations, essays, and short stories set to inspire and assist parents, grandparents and other people who love children.

HC2000D $11.95

IN TIME AND WITH LOVE

Caring for the Special Needs Baby

MARILYN SEGAL, PH.D.

For families and caregivers of preterm and handicapped children in their first three years. More than 100 tips on adjusting and coping, nursing, dressing, social skills, games and activities, discipline, decision making, and much more.

NM0100D $15.95

CHANGED BY A CHILD

Companion Notes for Parents of a Child with a Disability

BARBARA GILL

Traces the stages of the family experience of disability, covering more than 200 topics with inspirational quotations and meditations that tackle a host of personal, practical and psychological issues, and more.

BD0020D $11.00

POTTY LEARNING FOR CHILDREN WHO EXPERIENCE DELAYS

S.R. HAYS, M.S.R.N., C.R.R.N.

This video presents a unique developmental approach to supporting the child in learning independence in the management of "bathroom" skills.

ED077GN $39.95

NOBODY'S PERFECT

Living & Growing with Children Who Have Special Needs

N.B. MILLER, PH.D., M.S.W., ET AL

A guide to navigating the practical and emotional challenges of raising kids with disabilities.

PB0520D $21.00

THE EXPLOSIVE CHILD

A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, "Chronically Inflexible" Children

ROSS W. GREENE, PH.D.

Practical comprehensive approach aimed at decreasing adversarial interactions between parents and children, reducing family hostility and improving children's capacities for flexibility, frustration tolerance, communication and self-regulation.

HC300GN $24.00

SOMEONE SPECIAL, JUST LIKE YOU

TRICIA BROWN & FRAN ORTIZ

Upbeat black-and-white photographs with simple large-type text showing pre-school children actively playing and learning, alone, with teachers, and with their peers. Demonstrates common needs for physical affection, community, skills and independence.

HH104GN $5.95

DISABILITY POLITICS AND COMMUNITY CARE

MARK PRIESTLEY

Addresses the relationship between the politics of disability and community care policies currently under law. It encourages both health and welfare professionals and policy makers to start working much more closely with disabled people.

TF008GN $24.96

HOME VISITING

Promoting Healthy Parent and , Child Development

CAROL S. KLASS, PH.D.

A thoughtful, sophisticated, yet practical basic primer for those attempting to work with parents and their young children in a home visiting framework. Relevant to wide range of backgrounds, including occupational therapist, childhood educators and others.

PB139ED $36.00

ORDINARY FAMILIES, SPECIAL CHILDREN

A systems approach to childhood disability

MILTON SELIGMAN, PHD, AND ROSALYN BENSAMIN DARLINO, PHD.

This updated edition offers new and old perspectives on childhood disability and its effects on family life. Includes both established and emerging intervention strategies that may be helpful to parents and professionals.

GL0156D $18.95

MORE THAN A JOB

Securing Satisfying Careers for People with Disabilities

PAUL WECHMAN AND JOHN KREGEL

Focuses on individuals in their search for employment. Strategies that use vocational training, supported employment, and assistive technologies are just some of the key methods explored. Emphasizes choices in selecting a job.

PB1430D $34.95

JOURNEYS

Finding Life's Way In Spite of Obstacles

ALISON R. EVANS, CARL W. MORES, AND CURTIS C. GARFIELD

A book that should be read and re-read as it is a collection of wonder-filled stories of courage and resilience that are both inspiring and humbling from people who are physically challenged. It exemplifies how those who are challenged do not need pity, sympathy or even our compassion; but rather they deserve respect.

C0290GN $12.96
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