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All Library Resources
An endearing and realistic look at how a relationship evolves between a girl and her younger brother with a developmental disability. Text and illustrations mesh beautifully, making this a delightful tale to read at home or share at school.
NZ Version 1998-99 Makaton is a core vocabulary used with speech, signs, and/or symbols, designed to provide a basic interactive vocabulary for adults and children with communication difficulties and for those people who share their lives.
Language & Reading - First Sentences See and Learn First Sentences is the fourth step in the See and Learn Language and Reading programme – a series of activities specially developed to help children who have Down syndrome learn to talk and to [...]
Simple words and colourful illustrations encourage careful handling, awareness, and respect. Includes tips for parents and caregivers.
A pragmatic social skills programme for primary pupils This programme lasts a whole school year and is divided into three units – Let’s communicate – Let’s be friends – Let’s practise. As pupils progress through the programme, their self-estee [...]
A practical resource booklet and DVD for parents that discusses a range of visual systems that can be used at home to develop your child’s communication skills.
The New Language of Toys - 3rd Edition - Teaching Communication Skills to Children with Special Needs What better way to encourage communication development than through play? The completely updated third edition of “The New Language of Toys”, [...]
A beautiful, reassuring book for siblings of children with Down syndrome that’s sure to become a family favourite. Concludes with a set of commonly asked questions about Down syndrome and how it might affect a family.