Best Special Needs Children's Health Books
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1. My Magical Choices (The Magic of Me Series)
Author: by Becky Cummings
Boundless Movement LLC.
Do your children realize they have one of life’s greatest gifts, the ability to make choices that determine how their day will go? No more, “I can’t, I don’t know, or I’m not!” As you use My Magical Choices to teach your children positive, conscious language, they will choose to be responsible, calm, confident, fun, a good sport, forgiving, generous and more!
Boys and girls will be instantly drawn to the beautiful illustrations and fun rhymes that empower them to be responsible for their own happiness. Parents and teachers love the social-emotional message that greatness comes by making the choice to take positive actions towards a goal.
These actions create feeling of happiness inside and help develop life-long healthy habits. A perfect book to add to every child’s library and primary teachers’ collections!
2. Population One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed
Author: by Tyler McNamer
Part memoir, part inspirational guide, Population One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed is a groundbreaking book that offers readers the ability to see life through the eyes of a young man with autism. Written by Tyler McNamer at the age of 17, Tyler not only details his challenges, but he also offers hope and encouragement to others who face seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
Whether you re an educator, a family member of someone with autism, or simply looking for inspiration, you ll appreciate the opportunity to step inside this remarkable young man s mind. As Tyler explains, I ve been called a retard, dumb, and disabled.
I ve been bullied, picked on, and made fun of. They put me in special classes and told me that I should not expect to reach my goals. Yet rather than view his diagnosis negatively, Tyler considers his unique viewpoint a gift.
It is with this perspective that he wrote Population One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed. In this memorable book, Tyler details his experiences with bullying, isolation, and others low expectations of him. But rather than allowing himself to be limited by his autism diagnosis, this courageous and insightful young man rose above his challenges to encourage others to follow their dreams and become leaders in their own lives.
3. The Connected Child: Bring Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family
Author: by Karyn B. Purvis
“An extremely useful parenting handbook… Truly outstanding … Strongly recommended.” -Library Journal (starred review)””A tremendous resource for parents and professionals alike.” -Thomas Atwood, president and CEO, National Council for Adoption”The Connected Child provides the parents of adopted at risk children easy to follow practical advice on how to handle behavior problems in a calm, gentle, effective manner.”-Temple Grandin, Author, The Way I See It, The Autistic BrainThe adoption of a child is always a joyous moment in the life of a family.
Some adoptions, though, present unique challenges. Welcoming these children into your family-and addressing their special needs-requires care, consideration, and compassion. Written by two research psychologists specializing in adoption and attachment, The Connected Child will help you: Build bonds of affection and trust with your adopted child Effectively deal with any learning or behavioral disorders Discipline your child with love without making him or her feel threatened “A must-read not only for adoptive parents, but for all families striving to correct and connect with their children.” -Carol S.
4. 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
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.
5. I Choose to Calm My Anxiety: A Colorful, Picture Book About Soothing Strategies for Anxious Children (Teacher and Therapist Toolbox: I Choose)
Author: by Elizabeth Estrada
In this rhyming story, Lucas is weighed down by his worry and anxiety. Through colorful illustrations and rhythmic rhymes, he learns coping mechanisms on how to deal with big emotions like anxiety. For every child who has experienced anxious thoughts, this story teaches kids how to respond to anxiety through several soothing strategies.
I Choose to Calm My Anxiety is a story with social emotional learning (SEL) in mind. It has been praised by teachers and therapists worldwide. Lucas acknowledges negative thoughts, then actively replaces them with positive thoughts instead. He shares how he uses deep breathing and focus on things he can control.
With Lucas in real life examples, your child will learn to develop their understanding of their own emotions. I Choose to Calm my Anxiety is a quiet, thoughtful story that teaches readers how to practice mindfulness, focusing on thoughts that bring happiness and calm into their lives.
Teacher and Therapist Toolbox: I Choose is an empowering series curated to empower young children to become aware of big emotions. A new book series developed in tandem with teachers and therapists to help children cope with a range of emotions and teach them that they indeed hold the power to choose their actions and reactions.
6. Confident Ninja: A Children’s Book About Developing Self Confidence and Self Esteem (Ninja Life Hacks)
Author: by Mary Nhin
In the newest Ninja Life Hacks book, Confident Ninja learns that failing is part of the process and discovers the Confidence Code. Find out what happens in this comedic book about overcoming low self esteem and poor self confidence.Life is hard!
And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults.
The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11. Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books! To download fun, free printables, visit the author’s profile!
7. My Emotions Journal: Feelings Journal For Kids And Teens – Help Children And Tweens Express Their Emotions – Through Drawing & Writing – Reduce … (Mood & Emotion Tracking Journals)
Author: by Lilly's Journal
New & Improved Interior – ideal for kids & young teens! My Emotions Journal – A Creative Daily Log Book For Emotions, Moods & Feelings. Everyone feels better and more calm when they can recognise and express their feelings. Sometimes, this can be really challenging for kids to do.
This is even more so the case for those children with conditions such as – anxiety, depression, aspergers, autism, or adhd. Having a journal, diary, or log book can be a safe place where they can vent their frustrations and emotions.
It can also be a way of sharing and discussing feelings that they have been having. This simple and fun journal will give your child an outlet to their emotions in a creative way – through both writing, drawing, or even sticking.
Each day has a repeated template of two pages and these recur every day of the week. However, all pages are undated – so, your child is not confined to having to use it every day. The first two pages in the book are filled out, just to give an example of how it could be filled in.
8. The FPIES Handbook: Information for Parents and Caregivers, A research based reference for navigating Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome
Author: by Eva Cesnek M.D.
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 29, 2019)
Food allergies of the digestive tract are on the rise; one of the most serious among them is FPIES (food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome). What happens when a family doctor, a registered dietitian, and an FPIES support group leader – all mothers of children with FPIES – work together?
You get a must-have resource for FPIES families. This book is packed with evidence-based scientific research, anecdotal experiences, and encouragement. It presents FPIES in a way that it has never been presented before in hopes that it will leave you feeling encouraged, educated, and ready to manage your child’s condition.
For the parents experiencing FPIES with their children, knowledge can be power; may you never again feel as scared or as alone!
9. This Is Me! I am who I'm meant to be!: Autism book for children, kids, boys, girls, toddlers, parents, teachers and caregivers
Author: by Amy Pflueger
Have you wondered what the world is like through the eyes of someone with Autism? Able is a boy who has autism, inviting you to visit his unique world. This book explains autism in a special way, to help people understand more about autism, to embrace differences and to raise acceptance.
This story is to empower kids with autism to believe in themselves and reach their full potential no matter what challenges they have; encouraging them to be confident in being who they are- because they are who they’re meant to be!”This is me!
I am who I’m meant to be!” will show you the uniqueness and power of autism, while taking you on a journey of self-acceptanceThis autism children’s book is a great tool. Parents face challenges raising children with autism, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, also challenges in raising an exceptional child.
A family guide to helping the special needs, encouraging kids in being who you are, discover your child’s abilities, build confidence for kids, embracing our difference and dealing with anxiety and depression. A great autistic book for kids!
10. Brain Stages: How to Raise Smart, Confident Kids and Have Fun Doing It, K-5
Author: by Patricia Wilkinson
Enjoy your kids more and stress less! Brain Stages is the ultimate leg up for parents and caregivers in today’s complicated, competitive world. A grade-by-grade guide through the formative elementary school years, this book will show you how to have fun with your kids as you help them grow into successful, well-adjusted humans.
Drawing from thousands of hours of research and decades of education experience, veteran teacher Patricia Wilkinson and learning expert Jacqueline Frischknecht, PhD, offer tools and advice that will boost your child’s brainpower, social skills, and love for learning. In Brain Stages, you’ll discover:How brains develop and what you can do to help your child succeedThe best form of praise that builds confidence and self-esteemSurefire ways to help a struggling child get caught up in math or readingHow to get your gifted child’s needs metIdeas for helping an anxious child relax for better learningTips for teaching kids the art of building healthy relationshipsOver 150 fun games and activities to engage and nurture young mindsWhether you have a child who has fallen behind, an extra smart kid you want to keep intrigued, or a grade-schooler who could use some help getting along with others, Brain Stages will give you the information and support you need to be an effective parent and enjoy your child-raising journey.
11. Hannah's Down Syndrome Superpowers (One Three Nine Inspired)
Author: by Lori Leigh Yarborough
Hannah, superhero princess, explains her Down Syndrome Superpowers, how they affect her, and how she’s more like other kids than different. This book is a TOOL written by a mom/pediatric physical therapist to help kids, family, friends and caregivers understand Down Syndrome.
12. 30 Days to Your Special Needs Trust: A Quick-Start Guide to Your Special-Needs Estate Plan
Author: by Rob Wrubel CFP
30 Days to Your Special Needs Trust A Quick Start Guide to Your Special Needs Estate PlanEstate planning is an urgent issue for families who have a member with an intellectual or developmental disability. This crucial planning step can preserve income, health insurance and access to programs to support a person with disabilities, but too many families get stuck and don’t act.
Families cannot afford to get stuck. The potential value of benefits is too great to lose.
13. All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome
Author: by Kathy Hoopmann
All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome takes a playful look at Asperger Syndrome (AS), drawing inspiration from the feline world in a way that will strike a chord with all those who are familiar with AS. Delightful colour photographs of cats bring to life familiar characteristics such as sensitive hearing, scampering at the first sign of being stroked, and particular eating habits.
Touching, humorous and insightful, this book evokes the difficulties and joys of raising a child who is different and leaves the reader with a sense of the dignity, individuality, and potential of people with AS. This engaging book is an ideal, gentle introduction to the world of AS.
`There is a great deal of truth in humour. If you have only just begun to discover why someone with Asperger’s syndrome is different, this book will inform and entertain you. The descriptions provide an accurate balance between the qualities and difficulties associated with Asperger’s syndrome, while the photographs will make the journey of discovery enjoyable and remarkable.’- Tony Attwood, author of Asperger’s Syndrome and The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome
14. Lola's words disappeared
Author: by Elaheh Bos
As Lola starts school, something strange happens. Her words disappear! Now Lola must find new ways to give her words the courage to come back. A fun and practical introduction to different techniques of anxiety management, specifically used for children with selective mutism.
Most effective when followed up with the activity book. This series explores six anxiety reduction and management techniques. The book was created in collaboration with Dr. Tamara Soles, Psychologist specializing in early childhood.
15. Expect a Miracle: Understanding and Living With Autism
Author: by Sandy Petrovic
Have you ever felt like the odds were stacked against you just because of your disability? Each person is unique in their own way. However, some people fail to recognize the beauty in our differences. On top of the hurdles persons with disabilities have in their lives, people often keep them inside a box.
Told from the viewpoints of a young man with high-functioning autism and his mother, Expect A Miracle will shed light and a fresh perspective on a disability misunderstood by many. Follow the powerful and inspiring story of David and Sandy Petrovic, and how they refuse to let the light in their hearts be dimmed by autism.
Reading from Sandy’s perspective, the love, determination, pain, protectiveness, and anticipation of a loving mother is almost palpable. She embodies the unconditional love and support expected of a mother as she gives David everything he needs to fly on his ownand fly he does!
Despite the numerous challenges he encounters, David’s unique perspective on life and as a son becomes the earmark of his sense of self. Written in a voice that’s both familiar and relatable, David openly narrates his fears, struggles, failures, vulnerabilities, and how he overcomes them without losing hope.
16. Capable: A Story of Triumph For Children the World has Judged as "Different"
Author: by Deborah Winking PhD
Capable is the book I would like to place in the hands of every couple who has a child with special needs. GARY CHAPMAN, PhD, Author of The 5 Love LanguagesA true-life account, spanning birth to adulthood, that illustrates what happens when one mom unleashes the power of expectations.
MONTHS AFTER HIS BIRTH, Jack remained listless, on a ventilator, without muscle tone. When he was eventually diagnosed with a rare genetic syndrome, all Deborah heard were predictions of what he would not be able to do. She was free-falling, weighed down by a toxic brew of helplessness, anger, and fear.
Capable provides flesh and blood inspiration for any parent who has been told that their child is, by some measure, less than. This memoir will conjure tears and laughter as you witness Deborah juggling the competing emotions of despair, heartbreak, and euphoria that came with raising her son as typical.
Told with humor, passion, and disarming candor, Capable has you rooting for Jack while providing a road map for fearlessly parenting your own child.