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Bobby and Mandee's Don't Hide Abuse: Children's Safety Book

Robert Kahn

Bobby and Mandee's Good Touch/Bad Touch: Children's Safety Book

Robert Kahn

Bobby and Mandee's Good Touch/Bad Touch: Children's Safety Book

Robert Kahn

I have an Autism Boost

Jennifer Gilpin Yacio

No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-of-Control Behavior

Jed Baker
Foreword Introduction THE PROBLEM Chapter 1: Meltdowns: When rewards and punishments are not enough What is a meltdown? The usual parenting advice: start with rules and consequences The limits of discipline: when rewards and punishments no longer work But aren't meltdowns just manipulative behavior? Can we really expect no more meltdowns? An overview of the four-step model for reducing meltdowns Chapter 2: What are meltdowns made of? Fight, flight or freeze response Temperament Difficulties with abstract thinking and perspective taking Inflexibility An explosive combination THE SOLUTION Chapter 3: Accepting and appreciating our children Controlling our own frustration Building competence Avoiding learned helplessness The 80/20 rule Anticipating frustration as part of learning When to avoid power struggles Chapter 4: De-escalating a meltdown How to de-escalate a meltdown Distractions When too much distraction can make things worse Helping children find their own distractions and calming strategies Steps for creating self-calming strategies Chapter 5: Understanding why repeat problems occur Understanding the triggers The ABCs of behavior: Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence Getting the ABCs: Interviews and observations Seeing the pattern Chapter 6: Creating a prevention plan The components of a good prevention plan A prevention plan for Kevin The four types of meltdown situations Plans for the Four Types of Meltdown Situations Chapter 7: Demands Do your schoolwork Try it, it's delicious Hurry up, the bus is coming Clean up Let's go to the party Chapter 8: Waiting Just wait You can't always get what you want Okay, time to stop playing Chapter 9: Threats to self-image Winning isn't everything It's okay to make mistakes But names will never hurt you Chapter 10: Unmet wishes for attention I can't play with you now Don't be jealous Time to go to bed Chapter 11: Closing thoughts: Finding your own way Prevention plan form References

The New Social Story Book (TM)

Carol Gray
Foreword How to Use This Book Social Story (TM) 10.2 Tutorials Chapter 1: Learning with Stories Chapter 2: Social Stories for Young Children Chapter 3: Self Care Chapter 4: Change Chapter 5: Mistakes Chapter 6: Feelings Chapter 7: Celebrations and Gifts Chapter 8: People Skills and Friendship Chapter 9: Bullying: What to Think, Say, and Do Chapter 10: Understanding Adults Chapter 11: Home Chapter 12: Community Chapter 13: School Chapter 14: Planet Earth Chapter 15: Social Articles Glossary Foreword to the 10th Anniversary Edition References About the Author

This is Gabriel: Making Sense of School: A Book About Sensory Processing Disorder

Hartley Steiner