Books

Book Review: School Strategies for ADHD Kids

School Strategies for ADHD Kids is an easy read filled with tips and strategies on how to help your ADHD kid succeed in school. Written by Board Certified Educational Therapist Bonnie Terry, these strategies are perfect for teachers, parents, and professionals working with ADHD kids.

Book Review: Clever Carter

Being proactive about autism awareness is really the key for educating the public.  When Sara Park’s son was diagnosed with autism, at first she didn’t tell many people, until something clicked and she knew she could help educate others.

Book Review: Managing Anxiety in People with Autism

Anxiety is an often overlooked or misunderstood problem, especially when it comes to children.  It’s true most individuals with anxiety are 18 years old or over, but anxiety does affect children, and it can be a major problem for individuals with autism.

Book Review: Gifts

Gifts: Mothers Reflect on How Children with Down Syndrome Enrich Their Lives is a collection of stories edited by Kathryn Lynard Soper that portrays the lives of mothers caring for their children with Down syndrome. 

Three Candles by Will Corcoran

In a heartening story about two boys who experience life-changing events at the age of three, a devoted father and debut author provides inspirational and enlightening guidance for parents and professionals caring for terminally ill children, as well as victims of child abuse. 

Book Review: Living Through Charlie

While it reads and is labeled as a novel, parents of special needs kids will know that Living Through Charlie is a true story, and that people really did live through it.

Book Review: Just Like You

I’ve read a lot of books in my lifetime -- no really, more than you can imagine -- and not one compares to Darlene Wierski-Devoe’s book Just Like You, which is the most accurate and enlightening children’s story about social anxiety.

Book Review: Let's Hear It For Almigal

Let’s Hear It For Almigal is the story of a confident little girl -- she feels like the luckiest girl in the world most of the time, except when she can’t hear everything she wants to hear.

Book Review: Starabella, Welcome to a Bright New World

Now that we’ve seen Starabella at home (Mystery Girl of Music) and in the community (New Adventures and Mixed Emotions), it’s time to travel with her to school in book three of the Starabella series, Welcome to a Bright New World.

Product of the Week: Social Skills, Emotional Growth and Drama Therapy

Lee R. Chasen’s book Social Skills, Emotional Growth and Drama Therapy is the resource for the clinically proven approach to enhance social and emotional growth for children on the autism spectrum.