My Whirling Twirling Motor by Merriam Sarcia Saunders
Publisher: Magination Press
"A young boy with ADHD feels like he is constantly driven by a 'motor.' He is constantly getting in trouble, even when he is not trying to be naughty. But his mom helps him focus on the things he does right each day"--
Meeting Mimi: A Story About Different Abilities Children's Book―PreK-Grade 2 Interactive Book About Diversity With Illustrations, Vocabulary, Reading ... (24 pgs) (Playing and Learning Together) by Francie Dolan
Publisher: Ready Readers
There is lots to learn about the new girl at school. She does not like beans. She does like to tell jokes. And, she has a physical disability. In this book, beginning readers in prekindergarten to grade 1 can join Mimi's classmates as they ask questions about different abilities and make a new friend. This illustrated picture book series features social/emotional issues as plot drivers. Youngsters are introduced to a variety of experiences, while caregivers are given a jumping off point for discussing and guiding their child's social/emotional development
Special Needs Trusts: Protect Your Child's Financial Future by Kevin Urbatsch Attorney
Planning for the financial future of someone with special needs? Unless you make the right legal arrangement you can jeopardize their ability to receive benefit under SSI or Medicaid. Avoid this risk by creating a special needs trust. This book explains how these trusts work, and shows you how to set one up, with or without a lawyer.
The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be by Joanna Gaines
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
"Author Joanna Gaines follows up her #1 New York Times bestselling We Are the Gardeners with The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be. This children's book, beautifully illustrated by Julianna Swaney, celebrates how creativity and acceptance can come together in a bright and beautiful adventure"--
Different Like Me (Our Daily Bread for Kids Presents) by Xochitl Dixon
Publisher: Our Daily Bread Publishing
In Different Like Me, follow a diverse group of children as they work together to help a giant balloon toward a surprising conclusion. Celebrate differences and uncover what we have in common on this whimsical journey of discovering we're all part of God's wonderful creation.
In this picture book, a boy writes a letter to an imagined alien, explaining all the things he will need to know about Earth and the people who live here--and adding a postscript asking what the alien might look like.
"Applied behavior analysis has become more mature and sophisti-cated since the second edition was published. Although the basic principles of behavior remain unchanged, advances in all three interrelated domains of the science of behavior-- theoretical, basic research, and applied research--have improved our under-standing of those principles and led to increased effectiveness in developing and applying effective and humane behavior change interventions. These developments are reflected in the more than 1,000 new references to the conceptual, basic, and applied liter-atures of behavior analysis added to this edition"--
Unbroken Faith: Spiritual Recovery for the Special Needs Parent by Diane Dokko Kim
Publisher: Worthy Books
When a parent hears that their child has a disability, hearts and hopes are often broken. But faith doesn’t have to be. In Unbroken Faith, Dianne Dokko Kim comes alongside you as a fellow special needs parent to help you reconcile the premise of a good God with the devastating realities of raising a disabled child. Kim courageously articulates deep-seated, unspoken doubts and fears you may have but are afraid to voice: Will my child still have a full life? Can I do this? Where is God in all this? As you are adjusting to your new normal, Kim’s biblical-based encouragement will help you understand that you are not alone, that God gets it, and that God’s Word is entirely relevant to the raw and messy yet hallowed spaces of special needs parenting.
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