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Accepting Alec: A Family's Journey with Autism Begins Laura McGrail
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$8.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682733653
A mother describes her family's journey with autism, from their son's birth and developmental differences to diagnosis and early intervention.
Autism Demystified Lone Voice Publishing
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$17.99
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Below-Level Learners Can Excel in School Wilbur House
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$19.99
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9781642548655
“Below-level Learners Can Excel in School” provides a research based educational framework for teachers, administrators, and parents designed to transition the struggling learner to perform at grade level and remain on level. Students who begin school with weak academic skills will have difficulty learning. These students will struggle and become below-level learners. Literacy skills are essential for children to learn language arts, mathematics, science and social studies concepts. If a below-level learner is struggling with reading, the struggle will continue in other subjects. Improve reading performance and performance in remaining subjects will improve. Their confidence will i ...
Bobbie Buys A Pet Debra Burts
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$3.00
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633189492
This is a funny short story about Bobbie when he gets to buy his first pet. It teaches responsibility and decision making. Great for beginner readers.
But I Did Everything Right Jenna Gensic
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781625909206
This collection of personal essays reveals one mother's experience coping with the extremely premature birth of her first son, Mikan, who weighed a mere 1 lb. 12 oz. Mikan struggles daily against death and disability under a "medically-fragile" label. This work covers three years of parenthood and tells the story of survival and parental advocacy in a less-than-perfect healthcare system. These essays will comfort and inspire readers, allowing them to identify with universal human insights and develop an understanding of what it means to be human.
It's Going to Be AUlright: Testimonies From Ausome Women Raising Ausome People Lakita Thompson
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$14.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781092708678
It’s Going to Be AUlright, is a collection of stories written by twelve mothers whose children are on the autism spectrum. For decades, many family stories have been shared about autism’s impact and influence on our world. You haven’t heard theirs. Ausome Women. Ausome People. Ausome Stories. This collaborative anthology was created to provide a platform for mothers of loved ones living with autism to share life struggles and lessons learned that will encourage others. Our authors provide real stories, advice and resources that will help readers achieve personal goals and take action. We want our readers to feel inspired to be bold, not be afraid to try non-traditional approache ...
It's Going to Be AUlright: Testimonies From Ausome Women Raising Ausome People April Green
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781092708678
It’s Going to Be AUlright, is a collection of stories written by twelve mothers whose children are on the autism spectrum. For decades, many family stories have been shared about autism’s impact and influence on our world. You haven’t heard theirs. Ausome Women. Ausome People. Ausome Stories. This collaborative anthology was created to provide a platform for mothers of loved ones living with autism to share life struggles and lessons learned that will encourage others. Our authors provide real stories, advice and resources that will help readers achieve personal goals and take action. We want our readers to feel inspired to be bold, not be afraid to try non-traditional approache ...
JUNUH THE MECHANIC A Story of Autism & Discrimination M. R. THORESON
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781684542604
Junuh has Autism, having a hard time in school. Then, when he gets into a secondary school, the teacher punishes him for things he hasn't even done, the only student barred from the end of term school dance.Then, the teacher sets up an end of year harassment for Mom that she has to endure to support her son.
LFIC THE MISSING PIECE TERRY COHN
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This work is 100% based on current brain research. However, the author has made every effort to make the information understandable. When you finish reading this book you will understand why labels like ADHD and Autism etc. are just descriptions of behavior and not a diagnosis. The real cause for these behaviors is clearly explained and the proven solution doesn't cost any more than the time you spend doing the exercises. You will discover that your child is not broken. His brain just needs a little help developing the connections between the two hemispheres.
Making it to Kindergarten Laurie Hilton
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Size: 5.25" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This story depicts a race against the clock to reverse a boy's ailing health and degeneration into autism. Frustrated with the inability of pediatricians to find the cause of their son's rapidly deteriorating condition, parents frantically set out to find answers about how to heal him before it became too late. The book takes you through the journey of how a BabyCenter forum, radio host and biomedical doctor all contributed to the attempts to save Landon before he reached the start of kindergarten. It became not only a race to make it to kindergarten, but also to save Landon's life. The story chronicles efforts put forth and the resistance they met along the way, from family to the medic ...

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