• Library items are NOT for sale. The may be borrowed by ADSA members ONLY (join the ADSA) or school staff who teach a child who is a member of the ADSA.
  • The resource library is located in Birkenhead, North Shore at the home of one of our staff members. Viewing times are flexible. Please email clo@adsa.org.nz if you would like to visit or add a comment to the form when you request libary items.
  • Deliveries are FREE for ADSA members if you order 3 or more items.

All Library Resources

My Friend Isabelle
My Friend Isabelle

This is a story about preschool friends Charlie, and Isabelle, who has Down syndrome.

See & Learn
See & Learn

Saying Words See and Learn Saying Words provides simple activities that encourage the imitation and repetition of one- and two-syllable words.

See & Learn
See & Learn

Speech - Playing With Sounds Playing with Sounds is the first step in the See and Learn Speech programme – a step-by-step series of resources specially developed to help children who have Down syndrome develop clearer speech.

A Guide for Parents and Teachers
A Guide for Parents and Teachers

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”, [...]

The Paraprofessional’s Handbook for Effective Support in Inclusive Classrooms
The Paraprofessional’s Handbook for Effective Support in Inclusive Classrooms

Packed with friendly guidance, practical tips, and first-person stories, this book reveals the best ways to provide effective services to students in inclusive classrooms.

Specific Learning Difficulties
Specific Learning Difficulties

Learn how to support students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) and recognise the symptoms with this straight-talking guide.

Special
Special

Antidotes to the obsessions that come with a child's disability This is an honest and uplifting book for people who are navigating the early stages of raising a child with a disability. It is both a reassuring and relatable insight for what is [...]

Rain, Hail or Shine
Rain, Hail or Shine

Exploring change, loss, and grief in a carer’s world

Now I See
Now I See

In ‘Now I See’, 50 parents from all over Australia and New Zealand tell their personal and poignant stories of how they came, not simply to accept, but to embrace and celebrate life with their children with Down syndrome.

Gifts 2
Gifts 2

How People with Down Syndrome Enrich the World