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Accessing the Curriculum for Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Using the TEACCH Programme to Help Children, 2nd Edition. Gary Mesibov & Marie Howley, $53.95

Accessing the Curriculum for Learners with Autistic Spectrum Disorders will provide educators with the principles and practices of Structured Teaching and how to apply these to enable learners to access the curriculum, whatever that curriculum may be.

This unique resource is intended to be essential reading for schools and settings who are keen to implement Structured Teaching as an approach to including learners on the autism spectrum in teaching and learning. With a wide range of helpful advice and support, this book:

  • demonstrates how to make use of the approach to address diverse needs, overcome barriers to learning and achieve successful differentiation
  • uses case studies and examples that illustrate how the approach is applicable across Early years, Primary, Secondary and vocational curricula
  • provides the physical structure, schedules, work systems and visual information necessary to illustrate use of these components to promote curriculum access, with an emphasis on understanding and meaning

This new edition is fully updated to include examples of new technologies and is suitable for use in a range of international educational contexts.


Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: an Educator’s Guide. Harold Kleinert & Jacqui Farmer Kearns, et al, $43.95

To support K–12 students with significant disabilities and get an accurate picture of their skills and knowledge, schools need to implement effective alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards (AA-AAS). To help educators ensure a high-quality inclusive education for students with disabilities, the authors include detailed, step-by-step examples of modified lessons in math, reading, science, and social studies. Readers will see how instruction and assessment can be adapted for students of all ages with a wide range of abilities and communication needs.


Assistive Technology in Special Education: Resources for Education, Intervention, and Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition. Joan Green, $56.95

Families, teachers, and therapists who are searching for an update about how to use the latest technologies to help individuals who struggle with communication, literacy, and learning will benefit from the wealth of practical, well-organized information in this second edition of ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. The indexed update presents an overview of the uses of technologies to help readers zero in on specific, powerful, cutting-edge resources they can use to enhance success. The book features new tools to improve and compensate for challenges relating to speaking, understanding, reading, writing, and thinking and remembering, as well as strategies to help students become more organized and efficient. The use of tablets (such as iPads and Smartphones), as well as cloud-based products, is highlighted. Online resources and social networking tools are presented to empower readers to learn about new products as they become available.

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Autistic Disorder Intervention Manual. Amy Antes & Samm House, $53.00

THE AUTISTIC DISORDER INTERVENTION MANUAL is in the same format as the well known Pre-Referral Intervention Manual (PRIM) and is a compilation of goals, objectives and intervention strategies in response to behavior problems exhibited in educational settings.


Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Mainstream Classroom, Grades K-6. Barbara Boroson, $30.99

This engaging and informative book gives you the strategies you need to help students with ASDs to succeed in school. In a classroom where all students feel; valued and respected, every student can learn and grow.  This book will help you be responsive to the needs of all your students and to the many challenges children with ASDs face in the classroom.


Basic Skills Checklist: Teacher-Friendly Assessment for Students with Autism or Special Needs. Marlene Breitenbach, $27.95

An easy-to-use, informal assessment tool that brings method to the madness of classroom assessment. It focuses on pre-academic, readiness, and academic skills expected from learners in the early elementary years. Author and teacher Marlene Breitenbach developed these helpful checklists in special-needs and inclusive classrooms while serving children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Simple, customizable charts make it easy to record children’s progress in skill areas such as basic concepts, reading/language, math, fine motor, and independence.


Building Independence: How to Create and Use Structured Work Systems. Christine Reeve & Susan Kabot, $47.95

Individuals with ASD and related disorders are supported by a variety of people throughout their day, whether in educational and work settings, transition programs or at home. Structured work systems are one method that can be used to ensure that they develop and maintain their ability to work on their own, without assistance and prompting from others. Structured work systems are designed to give visual information about what work needs to be done, how much works needs to be done, when the work is completed and what will happen next. Due to the predictability and sense of accomplishment that are built into the system, many individuals with ASD find the structured work time their favorite time of the day. Full of color photos and case examples spanning age and levels of functioning, the book provides an A-Z guide to work systems, including assessment, how to build them into the curriculum, IEPs, lesson planning and more.

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Classroom Pivotal Response Teaching for Children with Autism. Aubyn Stahmer, Jessica Suhrheinrich, et al, $79.95

This practical manual and accompanying DVD-ROM present a research-supported behavioral intervention for children with autism that teachers can easily integrate into their existing classroom curriculum. Classroom Pivotal Response Teaching (CPRT) enhances children's motivation and participation in learning; increases the number of learning opportunities they experience each day; and promotes mastery of targeted communication, play, social, and academic skills. In a convenient large-size format with lay-flat binding, the book features more than two dozen reproducible worksheets and forms to aid in planning and implementing the procedures. The DVD-ROM includes narrated PowerPoint presentations with invaluable video examples of CPRT in action, along with copies of the reproducibles.


Derived Relational Responding Applications for Learners with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities: a Progressive Guide to Change. Ruth Anne Rehfeldt & Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, $89.95

DERIVED RELATIONAL RESPONDING offers a series of revolutionary intervention programs for applied work in human language and cognition targeted at students with autism and other developmental disabilities. It presents a program drawn from derived stimulus relations that you can use to help students of all ages acquire foundational and advanced verbal, social, and cognitive skills. The first part of this book provides step-by-step instructions for helping students learn relationally, acquire rudimentary verbal operants, and develop other basic language skills. In the second section of this book, you'll find ways to enhance students' receptive and expressive repertoires by developing their ability to read, spell, construct sentences, and use grammar. Finally, you'll find out how to teach students to apply the skills they've learned to higher order cognitive and social functions, including perspective-taking, empathy, mathematical reasoning, intelligence, and creativity. This applied behavior analytic training approach will help students make many substantial and lasting gains in language and cognition not possible with traditional interventions.

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Differentiated Instruction for the Middle School Language Arts Teacher: Activities and Strategies for an Inclusive Classroom. Joan D’Amico & Kate Gallaway, $32.95

This valuable sourcebook offers teachers key strategies on how to design and deliver effective instruction, measure success, and get students to work together. Covering topics such as decoding, vocabulary, blocking, using graphic organizers, mnemonics, literary elements, writing as a process, and doing research, it features dozens of ready-to-use language arts activities that are tied to core curriculum standards, and each activity has adaptations for students with different learning needs.


Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: a Guide for Parents and Professionals, 3rd Edition. Libby Kumin, $41.95

This compassionate and authoritative guide is shows parents how they can support and encourage their child’s speech and language development from birth to age 6 (or when a child can form 2- to 3-word sentences). Parents and teachers learn how to work through characteristic challenges, including hearing loss, intelligibility issues, apraxia (difficulty planning oral-motor movements), or a slower pace of development. Families soon see that many children with Down syndrome are natural and willing communicators.

This third edition of EARLY COMMUNICATION SKILLS features expanded information on the needs of children with apraxia, dual diagnosis of autism and Down syndrome, and updated terminology. An expanded chapter explains how technology and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) can help with speech and language, foster communication, and provide inexpensive transitional language systems. Over thirty forms are now included on a CD-ROM to be used for assessment, developing treatment plans, and keeping detailed records of progress. Teachers, speech-language pathologists, and parents will love the convenience of printing multiple copies of forms and organizing information for IEP meetings or periodic evaluations.

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Educating Children with Fragile X Syndrome: a Multi-Professional View. Edited by Denise Dew-Hughes, $63.50

Fragile X is the most common inherited cause of learning difficulties, affecting a child's ability to tackle key areas such as literacy and numeracy, and causing behavior problems and social anxiety. This definitive text will provide essential support and information for teachers with the expertise of an international field of researchers, whose variety of perspectives contribute to a unique, multi-professional approach. Each chapter of the book suggests practical intervention strategies, based on sound educational principles expressed in clear non-specific terms. A range of important topics are considered, including:

  • the effects of Fragile X on learning
  • the physical and behavioral characteristics of Fragile X
  • medication and therapy
  • related conditions such as autism and attention deficit disorder

Growing Up with Autism: Working with School-Age Children and Adolescents. Edited by Robin Gabriels & Dina Hill, $35.50

Individuals with autism and their caregivers face unique challenges in later childhood and adolescence. This much-needed unique volume translates current research on the needs of this population into practical recommendations for clinicians and educators. Featuring vivid case examples and an in-depth, reproducible assessment form, the book comprehensively addresses the many contexts of children's lives.


How to Detect Developmental Delay and What to Do Next: Practical Interventions for Home and School. Mary Mountstephen, $22.95

If a child is not meeting expected milestones it can be a source of great anxiety for parents and teachers. This forthright guide offers practical advice on how to recognize the signs of developmental delay, address difficulties effectively, and help the child to flourish. By clearly explaining how children develop, drawing on the expertise of a number of specialists in the field and detailing straightforward interventions, the author enables parents and teachers to identify a wide range of problems and empowers them with the information they need to take action. Concise and accessible, this book provides a wealth of useful advice on how to address developmental delay, and will prove invaluable to parents, teachers and other professionals working with children.

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Interactive Reading Books. Joan Green, Illustrated by Linda Comerford, $33.95 each

These interactive books for children have proven to be powerful learning aids for all beginning readers. The books are fun and rewarding for children with and without special needs. Each book utilizes the power of visual strategies so beginning readers can learn to associate pictures with words. Students move and attach picture cards with hook and loop fasteners to match, identify, label, sequence and create sentences while learning to read.

Interactive Reading Books have six levels of activities to work on, making them appropriate for a variety of students at different academic achievement levels. Instructions for use appear on the inside cover of every book.

How Many? • What Color Is It? • I Go to School • Things I Do At Home • Action: Verbs with Who, What and Where Questions • Sounds Good to Me: Phonics and the Alphabet • The Ups and Downs of Opposites • How Do I Feel? An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions

I Have Feelings Too! An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions for Teens, Adults and Seniors • What Happened and Why: Inferences and Reasoning Activities • Pigs in Space: Prepositions, Animals and Rhyming Words • Who’s On First: Sequencing • Meet the Word Family • Show Me a Sign: an Interactive Reading Book about Safety Signs • What’s it For: Function and Categorizing • What Do I Do: Appropriate School Behavior • What Do I Say: Social Responses • What Do They Really Mean? An Interactive Reading Book about Idioms

Interactive Reading Software Library 1. Joan Green, $129.95

Interactive Reading Software Library 2. Joan Green, $129.95

These two software discs contain all 16 books of the popular Interactive Reading Book series. The software reads the books aloud with highlighted text and lets the student click on any word for identification. It features picture-to-picture and picture-to-word matching exercises with a speech recording option. Includes an easy-to-use management system that lets you select specific books and activities for each student to work on and stores their performance results. Windows only.

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Just Give Him the Whale! 20 Ways to Use Fascinations, Areas of Expertise, and Strengths to Support Students with Autism. Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, $27.95

When learners with autism have deep, consuming fascinations—trains, triangles, basketballs, whales—teachers often wonder what to do. This concise, highly practical guidebook gives educators across grade levels a powerful new way to think about students' obsessions: as positive teaching tools that calm, motivate, and improve learning.

This guide is brimming with easy tips and strategies for folding students' special interests, strengths, and areas of expertise into classroom lessons and routines. An enjoyable read with an eye-opening message, this short book will have a long-lasting impact on teachers' understanding of autism—and on their students' social and academic success.


Learning in Motion: 101+ Sensory Activities for the Classroom. Patricia Angermeier, Joan Krzyzanowski & Kristina Keller Moir, $53.95

Ideal for preschool, kindergarten and primary classes, each of the 101+ activities in LEARNING IN MOTION has been developed to attract and keep children’s interest by using a multi-sensory approach in order to improve each child’s learning and behavior. Activities are organized by month so educators can quickly choose activities that correspond with seasons, holidays and educational goals throughout the year.

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Literacy Skill Development for Students With Special Learning Needs: a Strengths-Based Approach. Leslie Broun & Patricia Oelwein, $40.95

Literacy Skill Development for Students with Special Learning Needs is a practical approach based with strength-based strategies and reinforcement activities designed for the acquisition and development of literacy skills. Authors Oelwein and Broun demonstrate how the initial use of personal, meaningful vocabulary and making the reading process relevant to the students’ experience creates a positive climate for the acquisition of literacy skills. As their skills develop their access to and participation in the school curriculum is facilitated. This valuable resource can be used by both teachers and parents.


Music for Special Kids: Musical Activities, Songs, Instruments and Resources. Pamela Ott, $26.95

Music is a powerful means of engaging children with developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down's Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy. Packed with inspiring tips, activities and song ideas, this practical resource will have everybody singing, clapping and playing along! It explains simple and fun ways of using songs, instruments and musical games to connect with children of all levels of ability, and includes helpful rhythm worksheets and sheet music. There is a wide range of suggestions for songs and activities that encourage communication, increase self-esteem, stimulate fine and gross motor skills and motor coordination, and promote relaxation.

This book of toe-tapping music activities is a must-have for parents, teachers, caregivers, music therapists and anybody else working with children with developmental disabilities.


No Fighting, No Biting, No Screaming: How to Make Behaving Positively Possible for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Bo Hejlskov Elvén, $24.95

Fighting, biting, screaming and other behaviours that challenge the people dealing with them are often triggered by unsuitable surroundings or unrealistic demands. In this fresh and effective approach, Bo Hejlskov Elvén explains how to reassess difficult situations and offers easy and effective strategies for eliciting positive responses without resorting to restraint and punishment.

Based on the successful low-arousal approach, it is a proven method of stepping away from distress and towards calm, improving the quality of life of everyone involved. Helpful examples covering a wide range of developmental disabilities from autism to Down's Syndrome illustrate the positive changes that can be achieved.

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Pedro's Whale.  Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, Illustrated by Justin Canha, $26.50

Based on the real-life event that inspired the bestselling  book JUST GIVE HIM THE WHALE, this simple but powerful story introduces educators to one of the best, most effective inclusion strategies: using students' fascinations to help them learn. An ideal teaching tool, PEDRO'S WHALE will inspire educators to harness their students' natural motivations. The engaging, full-color illustrations (by Justin Canha, a gifted artist on the autism spectrum) also make this book perfect for storytime, so all children can increase their sensitivity to peers with special needs and learning differences.

Everyone who reads PEDRO'S WHALE will remember its eye-opening message: when you work with instead of against what students love, they feel safe, happy, and ready to learn. This enlightening story will help teachers maximize inclusion and ensure that students with and without disabilities reach their full potential.


Play-Based Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Disabilities. Robert Jason Grant, $55.90

Play-Based Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Disabilities contains a wide selection of play therapy interventions for use with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, dysregulation issues, or other neurodevelopmental disorders. The structured interventions focus on improvement in social skills, emotional regulation, connection and relationship development, and anxiety reduction. Special considerations for implementing structured interventions and an intervention tracking sheet are also presented. This valuable tool is a must have for both professionals and parents working on skill development with these populations.


Practical Behaviour Management Solutions for Children and Teens with Autism: The 5P Approach. Linda Miller, $34.95

Children and young people with autistic spectrum disorders present many challenges to the people who care for them. 'Difficult' or challenging behaviour is often encountered on a daily basis, and it is easy for both parents and professionals to feel completely overwhelmed by its sheer range and complexity.

PRACTICAL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS WITH AUTISM provides realistic solutions that really work. It offers a complete framework for behaviour intervention which has its roots in prevention and good practice, with an emphasis on promoting and encouraging the development of skills and independence. From identifying behaviour and understanding the root causes, through to planning and implementing a comprehensive intervention programme, this book is packed with practical strategies and expert guidance.

Designed specifically for parents and teachers, this book will provide structured yet flexible guidance for all parents and professionals supporting a child or young person on the autism spectrum.

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A Practical Guide to Congenital Developmental Disorders and Learning Difficulties. Judith Hudson, $47.50

Early identification and appropriate interventions and support give children with congenital developmental conditions that manifest special learning needs their best chance to succeed. This text highlights what to look for when there are concerns about a child's development. Practical and accessible, it is designed to support professionals working within a multi-modal, collaborative approach to assessment and intervention processes. It is suitable for health visitors, allied health therapists, nurses, teachers and social care practitioners.


A Practical Guide for Teachers of Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in Secondary Education. Debra Costley, Elaine Keane, Trevor Clark & Kathie Lane, $33.95

Students on the autism spectrum often face difficulties in the secondary education environment. This book presents specific, ready-to-use classroom initiatives with example worksheets, checklists and timetables to help students keep organized with their school work. It also covers general obstacles such as social situations, anxiety, mental health issues and extracurricular activities and how adults can help. Guidance about the leaving school stage and how to ensure the teen is equipped to make the best possible decisions about their future is included.

Packed with useful information and examples, this book will be a lifesaving resource for teachers, and everyone else working in secondary education, who want to help their students with autism to stay focused and positive at school.


Preventing Problem Behaviors for Students with Developmental Challenges: Guide #1, Presymbolic Stage. Barry Prizant & Amy Laurent, $13.95 (laminated reference guide)

Preventing Problem Behaviors for Students with Developmental Challenges: Guide #2, Symbolic Stage. Barry Prizant & Amy Laurent, $13.95 (laminated reference guide)

These laminated guides are designed to support teachers and support personnel in developing emotional regulation plans for students with developmental delays.

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Simple Strategies That Work! Helpful Hints for All Educators of Students with Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, and Related Disabilities. Brenda Smith Myles, Diane Adreon & Dena Gitlitz. $27.50

SIMPLE STRATEGIES THAT WORK provides ideas and suggestions that teachers can use to help a student with ASDs and other developmental delays on the road to success. Looking at problems that arise in the classroom, the authors discuss how teachers can make adjustments to accommodate, while not interfering with normal classroom routines. The book includes tables and boxes for quick reference and clear meaning. Also included is information on what can cause anxiety for the autistic/Asperger student, how this can lead to decreased academic and social performance, decreased attention to task, and potential increases in behavior problems, and what the teacher can do to assist.


Social Narratives: a Story Intervention for Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Sonia Morris, $39.95

Social Narratives are a simple, evidence-based intervention to help children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental delays to understand appropriate social behaviours and overcome the anxiety associated with social situations. Drawing on the latest autism theory and findings from research, the author provides step-by- step guidelines for writing and using Social Narratives at home or in the classroom. She describes clearly the key components of the approach, including incorporating the interests of the child, using literal and positive language and including visuals and comprehension questions to support learning. 27 sample Social Narratives are also included, to provide inspiration and useful examples of how Social Narratives can be used in practice. Perfect for improving social behaviour in children with ASD, this book will be a valuable resource for teachers, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and educational psychologists, as well as parents.

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Special Needs in the Early Years: Supporting Collaboration, Communication, and Coordination, 3rd Edition. Sue Roffey & John Parry, $39.95

This highly popular and accessible text contains a wealth of information about how early years staff can work effectively with professionals and parents to help identify and meet a range of special educational needs. This book aims to explore the most effective ways of supporting the child and implementing that support across the child’s day to day life. With case-studies, checklists, suggestions for good practice and cartoons to illustrate and enrich the text throughout, this book is structured to be easily accessible and invaluable for those who are working in the Early Years sector.


Successful Inclusion for Students with Autism: Creating a Complete, Effective ASD Inclusion Program. Sonja de Boer, $39.95

SUCCESSFUL INCLUSION FOR STUDENTS WITH AUTISM gives teachers in both special and general education as well as administrators the information they need to start and maintain an effective inclusion program for children with autism spectrum disorders. The book also offers a wealth of helpful forms, checklists, and handouts that will assist with implementing the inclusion program and ensure that all involved — educators, administrators, parents, and students — have the information necessary to make the program successful.


Taming The Data Monster: Collecting and Analyzing Classroom Data to Improve Student Progress. Christine Reeve & Susan Kabot, $40.95

Faced with increasing demands for accountability, teachers are having to base their instructional decisions and choice of interventions on data on student performance. This book shows how to make this otherwise daunting task much more manageable by means of case studies and countless evidence-based forms and graphs. Although this book often refers to students and classrooms, the data collection techniques are applicable to a wide range of environments, including clinics, job-training and actual job sites, and homes.  In addition, the data collection tools and procedures are relevant for use with a wide range of ages, from toddlers to adults.

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Teaching Children with Autism in the General Classroom. Vicki Spencer & Cynthia Simpson, $47.95

Strategies for effective inclusion and instruction in the general education classroom.


Teaching Language Arts, Math, and Science to Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities. Diane Browder & Fred Spooner, editors, $66.50

The first major research-to-practice resource on this critical topic, this text goes beyond functional and access skills and shows educators how to make the general curriculum accessible to students of all ages with significant cognitive disabilities. Twenty-five of the best-known researchers in the field prepare educators to:

  • adapt lessons in language arts, math, and science for students with disabilities
  • identify meaningful instructional content
  • create effective learning environments through instructional procedures such as peer tutoring, cooperative learning, and co-teaching
  • set appropriate expectations for student achievement
  • align instruction with state content standards and alternate assessment

For each content area, future teachers will get a solid research foundation blended with teaching examples, guidelines, and helpful figures and tables. A timely textbook for pre-service educators and a valuable reference for in-service teachers seeking guidance, this important resource will raise expectations for students with disabilities and ensure their progress in key academic areas.


Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners: Strategies and Materials, 2nd Edition. DeAnna Horstmeier, $40.95

Children and adults with Down syndrome need math for the real world — counting with meaning, adding the scores in a game, and tracking time in order to keep to a schedule. Written in a straightforward and user-friendly style, the new second edition of Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome provides strategies and activities that are relevant to daily living, are concrete and practical, offer hands-on practice, and provide opportunity for successful completion. It covers:

  • Pre-number Concepts
  • Counting
  • Recognition & Writing of Numbers
  • Time & Measurement
  • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division
  • Fractions
  • Money
  • Calculator Use

The included appendices, available to photocopy, are chockfull of over 150 activities — worksheets, games, and teaching aids — to practice math skills. Parents and teachers can use the comprehensive coverage of math concepts to tailor lessons to students’ needs at home and in the community, incorporate goals into IEPs, and help students access the general education curriculum.

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Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: a Resource for Education Practitioners in Ontario. Gal Koren & Michelle Todorow, $12.95

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) affects nearly 1 in 100 children in Canada. It is believed to be the most prevalent developmental disorder in the western world. The first of its kind in Ontario, this publication addresses a growing demand by education practitioners and social agencies for practical, evidence-based information on FASD. It is a valuable resource for everyone who works with children in an educational context, including teachers, school administrators, professional support staff, and parents. The manual includes strategies to deal with impairments in a range of cognitive and academic domains, and improve learning by children with FASD.


You're Going to Love this Kid! Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom, Second Edition. Paula Kluth, $49.50

Thousands of educators have turned to You're Going to Love This Kid! for fresh ways to welcome and teach students with autism — and now the book teachers trust is fully revised and more practical than ever! Gathering feedback from teachers across the country during her popular workshops, autism expert Paula Kluth targeted this second edition to the specific needs of today's primary and secondary school educators.

Readers will also get updates on all of the other topics covered in the first edition, including fostering friendships, building communication skills, planning challenging and multidimensional lessons, and adapting the curriculum and the physical environment. And with the new first-person stories from people with autism and their teachers and parents, readers will have a better understanding of students on the spectrum and how to include them successfully.

A book that teachers will keep forever, this is the ultimate practical guide to including students with autism, teaching them effectively and sensitively, and appreciating the gifts they bring to the classroom.

You're Going to Love this Kid! A Professional Development Package, K-12. Paula Kluth, $187.50 (includes DVD & Facilitator's Guide)

What do great inclusive schools really look like? The answers are on this powerful DVD that will help make your school an inclusion success story.

Paula Kluth brings together more than a dozen of her colleagues for this complete professional development package on effective inclusion. Hosted by Paula and expanding on key lessons from her bestselling books and popular presentations, the 55-minute professional development video walks you through the what, why, and how of honoring and supporting all learners. Through clips of real teachers in successful inclusive classrooms and interviews with educators, administrators, a parent, and students, you'll discover practical ways to help your school become a stronger community where all learners use their unique gifts and achieve their full potential.

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Complete Booklist

Accessing the Curriculum for Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Using the TEACCH Programme to Help Children, 2nd Edition. Gary Mesibov & Marie Howley, $53.95

Activity Schedules for Children with Autism: Teaching Independent Behavior, 2nd Edition. Lynn McClannahan & Patricia Krantz, $26.95

Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: an Educator’s Guide. Harold Kleinert & Jacqui Farmer Kearns, et al, $43.95

Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers, 9th Edition. Paul Alberto & Anne Troutman, $153.30

Assistive Technology in Special Education: Resources for Education, Intervention, and Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition. Joan Green, $56.95

Autistic Disorder Intervention Manual. Amy Antes & Samm House, $53.00

Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Mainstream Classroom, Grades K-6. Barbara Boroson, $30.99

Basic Skills Checklist: Teacher-Friendly Assessment for Students with Autism or Special Needs. Marlene Breitenbach, $27.95

Behavioral Diagnostic Guide for Developmental Disabilities. A. Gedye, $55.95

Building Independence: How to Create and Use Structured Work Systems. Christine Reeve & Susan Kabot, $47.95

Children with Down’s Syndrome: a Guide for Teachers and Learning Support Assistants. S. Lorenz, $46.50

Classroom Language Skills in Children with Down Syndrome. Libby Kumin. $26.95

Classroom Pivotal Response Teaching for Children with Autism. Aubyn Stahmer, Jessica Suhrheinrich, et al, $79.95

Derived Relational Responding Applications for Learners with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities: a Progressive Guide to Change. Ruth Anne Rehfeldt & Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, $89.95

Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: a Guide for Parents and Professionals, 3rd Edition. Libby Kumin, $41.95

Educating Children with Fragile X Syndrome: a Multi-Professional View. Edited by Denise Dew-Hughes, $63.50

Fine Motor Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: a Guide for Parents & Professionals. Maryanne Bruni, 2nd Ed., $23.95

Gross Motor Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Patricia Winders, $21.95

Growing Up with Autism: Working with School-Age Children and Adolescents. Edited by Robin Gabriels & Dina Hill, $35.50

How to Detect Developmental Delay and What to Do Next: Practical Interventions for Home and School. Mary Mountstephen, $22.95

Interactive Reading Books. Joan Green, Illustrated by Linda Comerford, $33.95 each

Interactive Reading Software Library 1. Joan Green, $129.95

Interactive Reading Software Library 2. Joan Green, $129.95

Just Give Him the Whale! 20 Ways to Use Fascinations, Areas of Expertise, and Strengths to Support Students with Autism. Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, $27.95

Learning in Motion: 101+ Sensory Activities for the Classroom. Patricia Angermeier, Joan Krzyzanowski & Kristina Keller Moir, $53.95

Literacy Enhancement Strategies in Students with High Functioning Autism. Thomas Daly, $30.95

Literacy Skill Development for Students With Special Learning Needs: a Strengths-Based Approach. Leslie Broun & Patricia Oelwein, $40.95

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More Than Words: a Parent's Guide to Building Interaction and Language Skills for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Social Communication Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Fern Sussman, $54.00

More Than Words DVD: Promoting the Communication Development of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Social Communication Challenges. The Hanen Centre, $55.00 DVD format (18 months to 5 years)

Music for Special Kids: Musical Activities, Songs, Instruments and Resources. Pamela Ott, $26.95

My New School: a Workbook to Help Students Transition to a New School. Melissa Trautman, $21.95

The New Language of Toys: Teaching Communication Skills to Children with Special Needs - a Guide for Parents and Teachers, 3rd Edition. Sue Schwartz & Joan Miller, $25.95

No Fighting, No Biting, No Screaming: How to Make Behaving Positively Possible for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Bo Hejlskov Elvén, $24.95

One-on-One: Working with Low-Functioning Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Marilyn Chassman, $46.95; Video, $75.95; Book & Video, $98.95

The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Integration Dysfunction. Carol Kranowitz, $22.00

The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Integration Dysfunction. Carol Kranowitz, $23.00

Pedro's Whale.  Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, Illustrated by Justin Canha, $26.50

A Picture’s Worth, 2nd Edition: PECS and Other Visual Communication Strategies in Autism. Andy Bondy & Lori Frost, $26.95

Play-Based Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Disabilities. Robert Jason Grant, $55.90

Practical Behaviour Management Solutions for Children and Teens with Autism: The 5P Approach. Linda Miller, $43.95

A Practical Guide to Congenital Developmental Disorders and Learning Difficulties. Judith Hudson, $47.50

A Practical Guide for Teachers of Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in Secondary Education. Debra Costley, Elaine Keane, Trevor Clark & Kathie Lane, $33.95

Preventing Problem Behaviors for Students with Developmental Challenges: Guide #1, Presymbolic Stage. Barry Prizant & Amy Laurent, $13.95 (laminated reference guide)

Preventing Problem Behaviors for Students with Developmental Challenges: Guide #2, Symbolic Stage. Barry Prizant & Amy Laurent, $13.95 (laminated reference guide)

Simple Strategies That Work! Helpful Hints for All Educators of Students with Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, and Related Disabilities. Brenda Smith Myles, Diane Adreon & Dena Gitlitz. $27.50

Social Narratives: a Story Intervention for Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Sonia Morris, $39.95

Solving Behavior Problems in Autism: Improving Communication with Visual Strategies. Linda Hodgdon, $58.95

Special Needs in the Early Years: Supporting Collaboration, Communication, and Coordination, 3rd Edition. Sue Roffey & John Parry, $39.95

Successful Inclusion for Students with Autism: Creating a Complete, Effective ASD Inclusion Program. Sonja de Boer, $39.95

Taming The Data Monster: Collecting and Analyzing Classroom Data to Improve Student Progress. Christine Reeve & Susan Kabot, $40.95

Teaching Children with Autism in the General Classroom. Vicki Spencer & Cynthia Simpson, $47.95

Teaching Language Arts, Math, and Science to Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities. Diane Browder & Fred Spooner, editors, $66.50

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Teaching Reading to Children with Down Syndrome: a Guide for Parents and Teachers. Patricia Logan Oelwein, $34.95

Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew. Ellen Notbohm, $19.95

Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: a Resource for Education Practitioners in Ontario. Gal Koren & Michelle Todorow, $12.95

You're Going to Love this Kid! Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom, Second Edition. Paula Kluth, $49.50

You're Going to Love this Kid! A Professional Development Package, K-12. Paula Kluth, $187.50 (includes DVD & Facilitator's Guide)

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