Best Mentally Disabled Education Books
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1. What will happen to my Special Needs Child when I am gone: A Detailed Guide to Secure Your Child's Emotional and Financial Future
Author: by Susan Jules
Published at: Independently published (October 22, 2020)
Ever wondered what will happen to your Special Needs Child when you are gone? Has the thought of your Child’s future kept you awake at night? Have you been fraught with worry thinking about your Child’s employment and medical evaluations after you have passed away?
If you have said yes to any of the questions above then this book What will happen to my Special Needs Child when I am gone?Is for you. This book was born when Susan Jules couldn’t find a single resource that had all the answers at one place regarding her Child’s future after she is no longer around.
It took her months of long nights, social juggling, research and meetings, emails with attorneys, counselors, therapists, tax professionals, Social workers, financial advisors, and planners to get this book to fruition. This book answers all the questions regarding the child’s care, development assessment, funding, treatments, employment, governmental benefits, estate planning, Life Insurance, Letter of Intent, Last Will and Testament, and more in a clear and concise manner.
2. DR. SEBI: How to Naturally Detox the Liver, Reverse Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Through Dr. Sebi Alkaline Diet
Author: by Carin C. Hendry
Published at: Independently published (July 8, 2019)
DR.SEBI HERBS FOR DIABETES, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND ORGAN CLEANSING Dr. Sebi was a Honduran man with a very humble beginning and was known and addressed as an herbalist, pathologist or a naturalist in different regions of the world; he left the biosphere in 2016.
Indeed, it is true that he is no longer in our midst today, but his self-invented and established effective traditional therapy for diabetes, hypertension and organ cleansing is still helping millions of people with these conditions around the world. He created great strides in the world of natural health and wellness with the creation of his specialized diet.
Dr. Sebi said that there were six fundamental food groups: live, raw, dead, hybrid, genetically modified, and drugs, but his diet basically cut out all the food groups except live and raw food, thereby encouraging dieters to eat as closely to a raw vegan diet as possible.
These foods include foods like naturally grown fruits and vegetables, along with whole grains. He has the believed that raw and live foods were electric, which fought the acidic food waste in the body. So, with his approach to eating, Dr. Sebi established a list of foods that he deliberated to be the best for his diet.
3. Dot Markers Activity Book ABC Animals: Easy Guided BIG DOTS | Do a dot page a day | Giant, Large, Jumbo and Cute USA Art Paint Daubers Kids Activity … Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten, Girls, Boys
Author: by Two Tender Monsters
Published at: Independently published (December 5, 2019)
There are big dots INSIDE each artwork to guide kids to dot on. The DOTS are BIG and perfectly fit the dot markers. Big and Bold artwork makes it perfect to use with dot markers. Book Details:Bound Coloring Book: No loose papers.
This Dot markers activity book has combination of different artworksGiant size 8. 5 x 11 Pages perfect for little hands. High quality glossy coverSingle-sided pages so your little one can use markers without the nuisance of bleed-through. Works great with dauber dawgs markers, dab o ink markers, dab and dot markers, crazy dot markers, do a dot art markers, dab markers and more!
Little boys and girls love our Dot coloring books for toddlers. Coloring is a great way for kids to relax and express themselves creatively. We have many and many more of Dot dauber activity book, Just click on the Author Name – Two Tender Monsters
4. The ABA Visual Language: Applied Behavior Analysis
Author: by Makoto Shibutani BCBA
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 1, 2017)
This book describes various ABA terms with examples and illustrations. It is good for students who study ABA, people who are pursuing BCBA, BCaBA or RBT, people who use ABA for their profession, parents who are raising children with Autism and other related disorders and anyone who is interested in learning ABA.
5. Positive Parenting for Autism: Powerful Strategies to Help Your Child Overcome Challenges and Thrive
Author: by Victoria Boone MA BCBA
Published at: Althea Press (December 18, 2018)
Help your child with autism build essential social and life skills It can be a challenge to manage life as a special needs parent and feel like you are doing all you can to support your child’s growth and development.
Positive Parenting for Autism offers proven techniques for helping your child with autism develop the foundational skills they need to thrive and live a fulfilling life. Using scientifically supported strategies based in applied behavior analysis (ABA), this practical guide provides concrete tools for developing personalized behavior change plans aimed at both increasing your child’s positive behaviors and decreasing unwanted or problem behaviors associated with autism spectrum disorders.
Take a deep dive into topics like punishment alternatives, the power of reinforcement, communication and cooperation, and teaching complex behaviors in straightforward ways. All parenting books on autism should include: An introduction to ABALearn more about applied behavior analysis, including how and why it’s used to treat people with autism, how you can get your child on board, and what you need to get started.
6. Kiss Your Brain: Diagnosis Diaries
Author: by Christina Costa
Published at: Christina Costa (February 19, 2021)
This collection of poems was written from the day the author was sent to the emergency room through her first phase of radiation and chemotherapy treatment. Christina uses poetry to share her lived experience as a teacher, a patient, a psychologist, and a neurodivergent person.
Kiss Your Brain: Diagnosis Diaries shares poems that fit under the categories of on beautiful brains, on resilience, and on renewal. Christina shares her feelings, thoughts, and experience while challenging power and privilege, and learning to advocate for her own health.
She uses poetry to process her ironic brain tumor diagnosis in this first collection and ultimately hopes to inspire others through her work. All funds from each purchase of this book will go toward brain tumor and brain cancer research.
7. Comprehensive Literacy for All (Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities to Read and Write)
Author: by Karen Erickson
Published at: Brookes Publishing; 1st edition (December 1, 2019)
Literacy improves lives-and with the right instruction and supports, all students can learn to read and write. That’s the core belief behind this teacher-friendly handbook, your practical guide to providing comprehensive, high-quality literacy instruction to students with significant disabilities. Drawing on decades of classroom experience, the authors present their own innovative model for teaching students with a wide range of significant disabilities to read and write print in grades preK-12 and beyond.
Foundational teaching principles blend with concrete strategies, step-by-step guidance, and specific activities, making this book a complete blueprint for helping students acquire critical literacy skills they’ll use inside and outside the classroom. An essential resource for educators, speech-language pathologist, and parents-and an ideal text for courses that cover literacy and significant disabilities-this book will help you ensure that all students have the reading and writing skills they need to unlock new opportunities and reach their potential.
8. DR. SEBI 7-Day FULL-BODY DETOX DIET GUIDE: Cleanse your liver, lungs, kidney, skin, using Dr. Sebi Intra-Cellular Cleansing Method for Rapid Weight Loss, Improved Health, and to Reverse Aging.
Author: by Sonal Tambwekar
Published at: Independently published (November 3, 2019)
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Frequent Headaches which is often interpreted as stress? Do you want a perfect body that is functional without the need for surviving on drugs? Then it is time to perform a total body overhauling using proven methods that have cured thousands of patients.
When cleansing the body with respect to Dr. Sebi’s intra-cellular method, most people are doing it for the first time after a long time of bad living habits. Before getting started, you should know that to cleanse and repair your body successfully, your emotional mind must also be in a correct state alongside the willpower to change what you consume at the moment.
According to Dr. Sebi, Intra Cellular cleansing is a cleansing process that ensures proper nourishment and strengthening of the cell, alongside cleaning the entire matrix of the cell or cells that make up the full-body system. Why is Dr. Sebi Intra-Cellular Cleansing Necessary?
9. Mighty Trucks, Cars and Vehicles Dot Markers Activity Book for Toddlers Ages 2-4: Fun with Do a Dot Transportation | Paint Daubers | Creative Dot Art … Preschoolers (First Jumbo do a Dot Markers)
Author: by Joy Rainbow Modern Arts
Published at: Independently published (November 24, 2019)
This is a dot markers activity book with 30 pages full of fun activities Jumbo easy design. Dot Markers will develops motor skills in children. Fun activity pages with to Do a Dot – Monster Truck, Taxi, Cars, School Bus, Garbage Truck, Construction Vehicles – Cement Truck, Excavator, Dozer, Loader, Tractor Trailer Dump Truck, Road Grader.
Dot Markers Activity Book are Perfect for:Birthday Gifts Easter Gifts & Basket StuffersChristmas Gifts & Stocking StuffersSummer Travel & Vacation FunValentine’s Day, Halloween & More
10. Praxis Special Education Core Knowledge Study Guide: Prep Book with Practice Test Questions for the Praxis Special Education Applications (5354), Mild … Severe to Profound Applications (5545) Exams
Author: by Cirrus
Published at: Cirrus Test Prep (October 28, 2020)
Updated for your 2021 certification, Cirrus Test Prep’s unofficial Praxis Special Education Core Knowledge Study Guide: Prep Book with Practice Test Questions for the Praxis Special Education Applications (5354), Mild to Moderate (5543), & Severe to Profound Applications (5545) Exams was made for educators, by educators!
Because we understand your life is busy, we created a study guide that isn’t like other books out there. With Praxis Special Education Core Knowledge Study Guide, you get a quick but full review of everything on your exam. FREE online resources are also included with your study guide!
Imagine having FREE practice questions, online flash cards, study cheat sheets, and 35 test tips available anytime, anywhere on your cell phone or tablet. Cirrus Test Prep’s resources will give you the push you need to pass your test the first time.
ETS was not involved in the creation or production of this product, is not in any way affiliated with Cirrus Test Prep, and does not sponsor or endorse this product. Cirrus Test Prep’s Praxis Special Education Core Knowledge Study Guide includes a full REVIEW of:Student Growth and DevelopmentDisability CategoriesPlanning and the Learning EnvironmentInstructionAssessmentTransitionProfessional Responsibilitiesas well as FOUR FULL practice tests.
11. Socially Savvy: An Assessment and Curriculum Guide for Young Children
Author: by James T. Ellis
Published at: DRL Books; 1st edition (January 15, 2015)
Socially Savvy helps educators and parents break down broad areas of social functioning into concrete skills. The checklist pinpoints a child’s specific strengths and challenges which in turn makes it possible to prioritize the skills most in need of intervention, develop strategies to address them, and track the effectiveness of those strategies.
This manual includes targeted, play-based activities that foster the development of social skills critical to a joyful childhood and future academic success. This manual: introduces the Socially Savvy Checklist and how to effectively integrate it; describes the 7 areas of social development in detail; provides skill-specific samples IEP objectives; offers detailed step-by-step teaching plans; includes 50 specific games and activities for teaching targeted social skills; offers specific ideas on progress assessment and data collection; and shares 2 case studies to illustrate the process from initial assessment to intervention and data collection.
12. I Can Fly – Reading Program – A, With FREE Online Games: Orton-Gillingham Based Reading Lessons for Young Students Who Struggle with Reading and May Have Dyslexia
Author: by Cheryl Orlassino
Published at: Blast Off to Learning Press (February 1, 2014)
Go to ICanFlyReadingProgram dot com for the web app. Distance learning and Smart Board tools also available at the author’s website. The I Can Fly Reading Program, Books A & B, are lesson-based workbooks which provide lessons in phonics for children who are just beginning to learn to read.
The methods used in this program are based on the Orton-Gillingham approach, in that every sound and spelling rule is taught in a structured, cumulative manner with repetition. Perfect for all young students, especially those who have learning delays, speech and language difficulties, APD, autism, and those with a family history of dyslexia and may be dyslexic.
13. The PEERS Curriculum for School-Based Professionals: Social Skills Training for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Author: by Elizabeth A. Laugeson
Published at: Routledge; 1st edition (October 17, 2013)
The PEERS Curriculum for School-Based Professionals brings UCLA’s highly acclaimed and widely popular PEERS program into the school setting. This sixteen-week program, clinically proven to significantly improve social skills and social interactions among teens with autism spectrum disorder, is now customized for the needs of psychologists, counselors, speech pathologists, administrators, and teachers.
The manual is broken down into clearly divided lesson plans, each of which have concrete rules and steps, corresponding homework assignments, plans for review, and unique, fun activities to ensure that teens are comfortable incorporating what they’ve learned. The curriculum also includes parent handouts, tips for preparing for each lesson, strategies for overcoming potential pitfalls, and the research underlying this transformative program.
14. How to Reach and Teach Children with Challenging Behavior (K-8): Practical, Ready-to-Use Interventions That Work
Author: by Kaye Otten
Published at: Jossey-Bass; 1st edition (October 14, 2010)
Interventions for students who exhibit challenging behavior Written by behavior specialists Kaye Otten and Jodie Tuttle-who together have 40 years of experience working with students with challenging behavior in classroom settings-this book offers educators a practical approach to managing problem behavior in schools.
It is filled with down-to-earth advice, ready-to-use forms, troubleshooting tips, recommended resources, and teacher-tested strategies. Using this book, teachers are better able to intervene proactively, efficiently, and effectively with students exhibiting behavior problems. The book includes research-backed support for educators and offers: Instructions for creating and implementing an effective class-wide behavior management program Guidelines for developing engaging lessons and activities that teach and support positive behavior Advice for assisting students with the self-regulation and management their behavior and emotions
15. All-in-One ABA Programming Guide: Applied Behavior Analysis
Author: by Makoto Shibutani BCBA
Published at: Independently published (January 12, 2021)
This book includes ABA curriculum with more than 200 programs in language/communication, social/play, safety, self-help and motor domains. It can be used by ABA practitioners and parents who raise children with autism or other developmental disabilities as a guide for what they can teach children based on their age and skill level.
The introduced programs are good for children from 2 to 6+ years old. To facilitate better understanding, each program in language/communication, social/play and safety skills has an illustration. Various 2D stimuli and sample scenarios are also included in order for you to be able to introduce the programs immediately.
16. Let's Talk: A Conversational Skills Workbook for Children with Autism & Special Needs
Author: by Susan Jules
Published at: Independently published (February 19, 2021)
Children with Autism and Special Needs find navigating the dangerous minefield of Social Skills and Conversations terrifying, confusing and frustrating. While we engage in conversations seamlessly responding when someone is talking to us or using appropriate body language when engaging in small talk, children with Autism and Special Needs find keeping track of social rules quite overwhelming.
These kids don’t pick up these rules naturally. In fact, people consider children with Autism reluctant to engage with others. But in reality, lack of socialization is often the outcome of their insufficient social and communicational skills, rather than lack of interest.
Difficulties in initiating and maintaining conversations often prohibit these children from developing friendships and hinder their performance in school. So it is extremely important that they need to be taught these social skills. The content of this Conversational Skills Workbook is not only educative but fun and engaging.