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The Teenage Girl's Guide to Living Well with ADHD: Improve your Self-Esteem, Self-Care and Self Knowledge

Ali, Sonia
A positive, self-affirming guide for girls with ADHD to increase their self-knowledge and empower them in their daily lives by explaining the strengths and challenges of ADHD. Stuffed with tips, strategies and visuals designed for ADHD learners and self-reflective activities that can be used with support from parents, mentors or teachers.

How to Transform Your School into an LGBT+ Friendly Place: A Practical Guide for Nursery, Primary and Secondary Teachers

Barnes, Elly
LGBT+ inclusion is not part of standard teacher training or induction, which makes it difficult for schools to provide inclusive learning environments, and support for LGBT+ pupils. Drawing on a Ofsted and DFE recognised 'Best Practice Award Programme', this book provides everything you need to know to make your school an LGBT+ friendly place.

Ask First, Monkey!: A Playful Introduction to Consent and Boundaries

Bell, Juliet Clare
Illustrated storybook to teach children aged 3-6 about consent, and how important it is to respect people and their differing boundaries. It is equally suitable for use as a standalone story or as part of a structured lesson plan, and its engaging illustrations and fun story will keep children's attention over multiple readings.

Caged in Chaos: A Dyspraxic Guide to Breaking Free Updated Edition

Biggs, Victoria
Written by a teenager with dyspraxia, this practical guide helps young adults with dyspraxia and those around them get to grips with the social, physical and psychological chaos caused by developmental co-ordination disorders. The new edition of this award-winning book includes an update from the author on how dyspraxia affects her now as an adult.

The Spectrum Girl's Survival Guide: How to Grow Up Awesome and Autistic

Castellon, Siena
The ultimate advice guide for autistic teenage girls, written by an award-winning autistic teen campaigner. With practical tips on friendships, dating, mental health, bullying and school life to help you overcome any challenge.

Step by Step Help for Children with ADHD: A Self-Help Manual for Parents

Daley, David
This simple, flexible six-step programme is full of tried-and-tested ideas for parents and professionals supporting families of young children with ADHD. The programme includes games that will help improve the child's attention, exercises to develop patience and tips for supporting the child in successful self-organization.

The Everyday Autism Handbook for Schools: 60+ Essential Guides for Staff

Droney, Claire
Cork-based primary teachers Claire Droney and Annelies Verbiest have written The Everyday Autism Handbook for Schools. The book is aimed at primary and special school staff, as well as trainee teachers in training colleges. Containing over 60 easy-to-read guides, it focuses on being easy-to-read, and jargon-free, with lots of simple theory and explanation, practical strategies and practical illustrative case-studies. Hopefully the kind of book that teachers would genuinely want to sit down with and dip in and out of over a cup of coffee. The definitive resource for busy teachers working with children with autism in mainstream and special schools. This easy-to-read guide sets out practical strategies, lesson plans, checklists and advice to tackle the common hurdles within a classroom environment and ensure that busy teachers can equip students to achieve their full potential.

We're All Mad Here: The No-Nonsense Guide to Living with Social Anxiety

Eastham, Claire
Claire Eastham, a twenty-something living in London and working in her dream job, has a seemingly perfect life - except for her social anxiety. Combining honest personal insights, humour and practical advice, this book explains what anxiety is, why it happens, and how to survive it.

Different Like Me: My Book of Autism Heroes

Elder, Jennifer
Eight-year-old Quinn, a young boy with AS, tells young readers about the achievements and characteristics of his autism heroes, from Albert Einstein, to Lewis Carroll, Benjamin Banneker and Julia Bowman Robinson, among others. All excel in different fields, but are united by the fact that they often found it difficult to fit in-just like Quinn.

Looking After Your Autistic Self: A Personalised Self-Care Approach to Managing Your Sensory and Emotional Well-Being

Garvey, Niamh
This is the go-to-guide to surviving and thriving as an autistic adult. Featuring customisable, stress-relieving strategies that are easy to implement into busy everyday life to create a calmer, happier you. Packed with lived-experience and professional tips and tricks, this guide works to help you truly look after your autistic self.

Being Autistic (And What That Actually Means)

Garvey, Niamh
Written by autistic author, Niamh Garvey, with lively illustrations throughout, this is the ultimate guide for 8-12-year-olds to learn all about what being autistic actually means.