The Executive Functioning Workbook For Teens

Sharon A Hansen

Help for unprepared, late and scattered teens.

This easy-to-use workbook provides powerful tips to help you get organised, retain information, communicate effectively, and succeed in school and life.  The workbook includes fun activities to help you better understand how your brain works and arm you with the skills you need to handle daily challenges and frustrations.  Whether it’s taking better notes in class or remembering details, this book is your ticket to success.

The Executive Functioning Workbook For Teens

The Family Experience of PDA

Eliza Fricker

An illustrated guide to pathological demand avoidance.

Eliza Fricker gets it.  When you’re raising a PDA child, with societal judgements and internal pressures, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, resentful and alone.  Eliza’s comedic illustrations explain the challenging situations and feelings you may face in a way that words simply cannot, bringing some much-needed levity back into PDA parenting.

The Family Experience of PDA

The Feelings Workbook

Berthold Berg

Exercises to develop skills in evaluating emotions. Identifiying and labeling a range of feelings. Recognizing that feelings have differing levels of intensity.

Understanding that thoughts, not circumstances, cause feelings and behavior.

The Feelings Workbook

The Ging

Steve Heron

A story about the strong feelings associated with physical abuse. Zing! The rock flew from the ging. Andrew's anger fizzed inside of him always trying to burst.

The Ging

The Girl With The Curly Hair

Alis Rowe

"This guide is all about anxiety in people with Asperger's Syndrome and related Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

The Girl With The Curly Hair

The Girl With The Curly Hair-Asperger’s Syndrome

Alis Rowe

A Visual Guide book and brief introduction to Asperger's Syndrome and ASD in women and girls, taking a look at daily life and common challenges.

The Girl With The Curly Hair-Asperger’s Syndrome

THE GIRL WITH THE CURLY HAIR-ASPERGER’S SYNDROME FOR THE NEUROTYPICAL PARTNER

Alis Rowe

In this guide she explores her relationship with her Neurotypical(non-autistic) male partner.

Topics include: how ASD affects her in day to day life, the positives of ASD, strategies on how the neurotypical partner can help with specific ASD challenges, what it feels like when you are apart, why she loves you, and suggestions on how you can best enjoy your time together.Suitable for ASD/NT couples in long-term relationships.

THE GIRL WITH THE CURLY HAIR-ASPERGER’S SYNDROME FOR THE NEUROTYPICAL PARTNER

THE GIRL WITH THE CURLY HAIR-ASPERGER’S SYNDROME SOCIAL ENERGY

Alis rowe

A Visual Guide for people with Asperger's Syndrome and their Neurotypical families and friends.

Describes the difficulty in doing productive tasks via an intangible unit of measurement, ‘social energy’. Also looks at introversion and extroversion and how they affect social energy and social interaction. This book will give the reader greater self awareness.

THE GIRL WITH THE CURLY HAIR-ASPERGER’S SYNDROME SOCIAL ENERGY

THE GIRL WITH THE CURLY HAIR-ASPERGER’S SYNDROME: MELTDOWNS AND SHUTDOWNS

Alis Rowe

A Visual Guide for people with Asperger's Syndrome and their Neurotypical families and friends.

Introduction to meltdowns and shutdowns in this Second Edition in paperback format with some extra content.Contains strategies on how to deal with the two responses to stress that a common for people on the autism spectrum.

THE GIRL WITH THE CURLY HAIR-ASPERGER’S SYNDROME: MELTDOWNS AND SHUTDOWNS

The Girl With The Curly Hair: Asperger’s Syndrome In 5-8 Year Olds

Alis Rowe

This book is for parents and teachers of young children. May be relevent for boys as well as girls.

Children in this age group have specific challenges such as wearing the same clothes day in and day out,preferring to play on their own rather than with friends and having unusual language. Based on real life experience and gives practical insight into supporting a child with ASD.

The Girl With The Curly Hair: Asperger’s Syndrome In 5-8 Year Olds

The Girl With The Curly Hair: Asperger’s Syndrome in 8-11 Year Olds

Alis Rowe

A visual guide for parents and teachers of children with Asperger's Syndrome. Some information also may be applicable to boys

.This guide gives examples of difficulties in the form of problem behaviour the child may present with, along with suggested solutions to assist them in gaining confidence and valuable life skills, such as compromise and anger control. Contains challenges that are common to children with ASD, and suggested ways to deal with these challenges at home and at school.

The Girl With The Curly Hair: Asperger’s Syndrome in 8-11 Year Olds

The Girl With The Curly Hair:Asperger’s Syndrome And Anxiety

Alis Rowe

A Visual Guide about anxiety in people with Asperger;s Syndrome and related Autism Spectrum Disorders.

The Girl with the Curly Hair thinks anxiety in people with ASD has different reasons and causes, consequently it needs to be managed differently.Provides strategies and coping mechanisms through a series of short narratives, diagrams and graphs.

The Girl With The Curly Hair:Asperger’s Syndrome And Anxiety