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  • 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.

Princess Jaycee – The Little Princess with Down Syndrome
Princess Jaycee – The Little Princess with Down Syndrome

Join author Mrs. Alessia Russell for this special tale of a special girl, and learn about the secret to Princess Jaycee’s overwhelming kindness.

R the are word
R the are word

Helping individuals with intellectual disabilities deal with bullying and teasing

Social Relationships & Peer Support
Social Relationships & Peer Support

Complete with blank forms for implementing cooperative learning and assessing students’ behavior and relationships, this highly readable guide gives educators practical ideas for improving social connections among students with and without dis [...]

Socially Speaking
Socially Speaking

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-est [...]

Tails Are Not for Pulling
Tails Are Not for Pulling

Simple words and colourful illustrations encourage careful handling, awareness, and respect. Includes tips for parents and caregivers.

Teeth Are Not For Biting
Teeth Are Not For Biting

Teeth Are Not for Biting tells the truth about teeth: Ouch! Biting hurts.

The Best Worst Brother
The Best Worst Brother

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.

The Special Needs Acceptance Book
The Special Needs Acceptance Book

The Special Needs Acceptance book will help you learn about special needs and some of the different qualities that people with special needs may have.

We’ll Paint the Octopus Red
We’ll Paint the Octopus Red

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.

Words Are Not for Hurting
Words Are Not for Hurting

This book teaches children how to be responsible for what they say, and choose words that are helpful, not hurtful.