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Asperger's Syndrome Workplace Survival Guide

A Neurotypical's Secrets for Success by Barbara A. Bissonnette, Principal of Forward Motion Coaching This unique guide explains what it takes to succeed in a workplace dominated by neurotypicals. The Asperger's Syndrome Workplace Survival Guide covers everything from choosing the right career to deciding whether disclosure is the right option. It features realistic strategies for meeting employer expectations and effectively resolving problems. Examples from Barbara's coaching clients are used...

£14.00
Being Part of a Group - Poster

Being Part of a Group requires you to take perspective of others! By Michelle Garcia Winner A group exists whenever two or more people come together. Groups form around a purpose (a class at school, a hiking group) and some groups are more about just "hanging out" in a non-structured social way. No matter why we come together, being part of a group requires us to be social thinkers. We use our social skills to co-exist in those situations—even when we're not interacting with the people...

£13.44
Big Deals and Little Deals

and What to Do When They Happen to You By Kim Edmister At long last, simple and clear-cut guidelines for helping children differentiate big deals - situations that require adult intervention and little deals - those things children are capable of handling on their own. Eliminate the need to give constant reminders to “Stop tattling.” Instead, empower children by prompting, “Is it a big deal or a little deal?” Once they have learned the difference and know the strategies, they are better...

£16.40
Building Resiliency

Developing Skills to Positively Meet the Challenges of Life By Paula Galey The ability to overcome adversity and challenging circumstances, brought about by early conditions and experiences, by successfully adapting and making constructive changes, is termed resiliency. While educators can’t control the family conditions or social demographics that their students experience, they can implement educational policies and practices that promote resiliency. This comprehensive resource offers a...

£20.60
Cool Kids!

Teaching and Learning about Managing Anger in the Junior School by Paula Galey Developed for the first three years of school, Cool Kids! provides junior teachers with practical guidance and strategies for ways to work with children on anger issues. The strategies children learn by working through the activities in this book will help them to pay attention to the physiological and psychological processes they undergo at the point of becoming angry. They will build skills that help them to...

£13.80
Coping with Boring Moments - Poster

Coping with Boring Moments - It's all about sharing space with others well! By Michelle Garcia Winner We all get bored from time to time, and an important life skill to teach our students is how to handle boredom when participating in a group. Humour can be a welcome teaching vehicle for students, and this poster infuses humour into concrete information that helps students learn about the expected and unexpected behaviours related to boredom. With the support of the poster, teachers can engage...

£13.44
Foam Rubber Social Thinking Brain

Foam Rubber Think Social Brain
The Rubber Dimensions: 3" x 2" x 2" Students enjoy squeezing the small, blue foam rubber brains as the brains encourage them to think more flexibly and abstractly about the size of their problems and the choices they are making. Used in lessons that encourage flexible thinking, including those in the comic book curriculum Superflex and Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME, the brains offer a fun way to inspire our students to think about their social thinking and...

£4.08
Four Posters for the Classroom and Treatment Room

By Michelle Garcia Winner NEW designs and content promote greater learning! The idea for our Social Thinking posters came from repeated requests by educators for explicit visual information they could use in the classroom to reinforce some of our core Social Thinking concepts. Teaching in a classroom requires that students not only attend to what they are learning but also be actively engaged in appropriate social behavior for that environment. These posters help keep that learning on track by...

£48.96
Good Intentions Are Not Good Enough

Previously titled Social Thinking at Work: Why Should I Care? this new incarnation of the book is a title and cover change only. Content inside the book is the same.The social mind... It's always on the job, even when you're off the job!Most people are born with an intuitive sense of the social world that allows them to naturally be aware of social expectations and feeds them the information they need to follow the social code. But not everyone is born with intuitive social...

£19.60
Helping Teens Learn Self-Regulation - with CD

By Brad Chapin Lessons, Activities and Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making and Self-Control for TEENS! This program provides a solid, yet flexible, foundation for intervention with adolescents. The strategies are presented in simple, step-by-step lessons, activities and reproducible worksheets. These strategies can be used for quick interventions with individual adolescents. They can also be used to create dozens of unique curricula, tailor-made to target...

£28.60
Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation - with CD

By Brad Chapin Lessons, Activities and Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making and Self-Control Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success, emotional control and healthy social interaction. With this single resource you will be able to address children's anger problems, academic performance challenges, anxieties, school safety issues, self-esteem, social skills and much more. From the creator of the popular web-based Challenge...

£28.60
Impulse Control Activities & Worksheets for Elementary School Students with CD

By Tonia Caselman This book provides activities and reproducible worksheets to help students think about and practice strategies to become more reflective (vs. impulsive). Using cognitive-behavioural theory and techniques it is intended to provide school personnel with tools to teach students how to stop and think before acting. The games role-plays and worksheets are presented in a playful but thoughtful manner to help engage children while they learn invaluable lessons about how to use...

£28.60
Impulse Control Activities & Worksheets for Middle School Students with CD

By Tonia Caselman Impulse Control Activities & Worksheets for Middle School Students provides teachers, school counsellors, social workers, and psychologists with tools to assist students aged 11-14 with better impulse control. Lessons address the multiple areas that are affected by impulsivity such as academics, emotions, problem-solving, social skills, and romantic relationships. Expanding on existing evidenced-based practices for decreasing impulsivity, lessons provide specific engaging...

£28.60
Inside Out

What Makes a Person with Social Cognitive Deficits Tick by Michelle Garcia Winner This book is where to start to learn more about how social problems connect to academic problems, such as reading comprehension and written expression. The book introduces Michelle's ILAUGH model, which provides a way to pinpoint specific areas of challenges that a student may face and how these affect school, work and social interaction. For all ages up to adulthood and beyond, this also provides insight on what...

£21.20
Just Being Me Book A

Teaching and Learning about Good Mental HealthBook A: - Skills - Values - Attitudes by Sue Dawson Just Being Me is a two book resource series which provides support material for teachers and students in the area of mental health and well-being. Just Being Me – Book A: Skills - Values - Attitudes is designed to help teachers present mental health education in ways which will help students to understand: What people have in common and what makes them different from each other The value of...

£16.40
Just Being Me Book B

Teaching and Learning about Good Mental Healthby Sue Dawson Just Being Me is a two book resource series which provides support material for teachers and students in the area of mental health and well-being. In Just Being Me - Book B: Safety Strategies there is a strong focus on potentially unsafe situations arising from alcohol and other drugs, harassment and abuse, the stress and anger of others, and risk-taking behaviour as well as an exploration of social justice and what it...

£16.40
Keep Cool!

Strategies for Managing Anger at School by Paula Galey Most of us find ourselves having to deal with anger in the classroom at some time or other. Keep Cool! provides teachers with practical guidance and strategies for helping students to understand what anger is, where it comes from and how to deal with it. It focuses on assisting students to develop a repertoire of responses for managing feelings of anger before they get out of control. Students will learn to understand what triggers anger and...

£13.80
Keeping Calm

By Kim Gallo and Julie Anneberg Welcome to Keeping Calm, an activity and coloring book featuring Playtime with Zeebu friends. This activity book contains exercises that focus on ways children can learn to regulate their emotions. The characters in this book learn how their body looks, and feels when it is calm and when it is not. Activities will encourage your child or student to make better choices during times of stress, and will give them tools they can use to help them remain calm. This 40...

£8.60
Max Gamer - "I am a Superhero!"

by Frank Gaskill and Ryan Kelly Illustrated by Ryan Kelly and Kara Dahlheimer Max Gamer is a unique young boy who is struggling to fit into an often-confusing world. Although unique in many ways, he soon finds out that he can harness super powers through a very special birthday gift - a video game, which calls upon him to be a hero - a SUPER hero! This is the Premier Issue of Max Gamer and is intended to be used by all children. The book was designed by creative collaborations with large groups...

£12.20
Play Power

By Kim Gallo Flexible thinking, winning, losing, sportsmanship, and playing fair are a few of the topics Zeebu and his friends encounter in Play Power. Children's activity pages teach social rules for game play as part of a group. Red and green thoughts are also introduced. Red and green icons are placed inside of thought bubbles throughout the activity book, in order to help children understand the impact of their behavior on their peers; both positive and negative. ASIN: B00EHHKKSY Published...

£8.60

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