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Published July, 2017
By Andrew Harpham-Salter, Tara Bishop and Blandine French
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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Developed to equip services with an efficient approach to meeting the needs of all adults with ADHD, this handbook offers: a simple eight-session programme covering the key ADHD problem areas, providing you with everything you need to deliver effective treatment for adults with ADHD immediately.

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Published June, 2017
By Rose Brooks, Ginette Ferguson and Sam Gilronan
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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A resource that seeks to mitigate the attainment gap caused by weak listening, attention, and language and communication skills. It is aimed at professionals who teach and support pupils with speech, language and communication needs and is appropriate across the mainstream primary school-age population, from Foundation through to Key Stage 2.

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Published May, 2017
By Jodi Lea-Trowman
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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Using drama activities based on a range of classic and modern stories, this resource equips SENCOs, primary school teachers and speech and language therapists alike with simple, practical and effective tools to improve children's speech, language and communication. It uses drama techniques to address speech, language and communication needs.

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Published April, 2017
By Kulvinder Kaur
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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For professionals teaching theory of mind skills to children with language and learning difficulties and with autism spectrum disorders, this is a practical, interactive teaching tool which helps children to understand other people's unique feelings, beliefs, desires and perspectives and how they influence behaviour.

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Published March, 2017
By Alison Battye
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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A guide to Augmentative and Alternative Communication in the UK that is suitable for all Speech and Language Therapists, educators, parents and carers supporting children with non-verbal communication. It sets out to demystify AAC by demonstrating that you already have the skills necessary to use AAC successfully.

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Published January, 2017
By Leyla Ziyal
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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A practical resource for rehabilitation professionals on how to run a group programme for brain injury survivors. It focuses on the three aspects of acquired brain injury that are integral to achieving gains through rehabilitation: change-awareness; change-investigation; and, change-mastery.

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Published December, 2016
By Lucy Sanctuary
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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Published November, 2016
By Paula Nagel
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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Sam feels low and fed up, but doesn't understand why he feels this way. Everyone else has an opinion on the change in his behaviour. His teacher thinks he is being lazy and can't be bothered to finish his work, his mum thinks he is moody and bad tempered, his friends think he is no fun anymore and turning into a bore.

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Published November, 2016
By Paula Nagel
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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Jake is in Year 6. He is worried about the transition to secondary school because he has heard many rumours, including one about the older pupils flushing first years' heads down the toilets. Jake's behaviour illustrates his initial negative coping strategies as his worry grows.

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Published November, 2016
By Paula Nagel
Publisher: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
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Stacie wonders why her best friend, Kayla, ignores her when she sees her in town at the weekend. All weekend she thinks about the possible reasons, and imagines some of the negative things Kayla might be saying or thinking about her. By Monday morning, she has convinced herself they are true, and that Kayla no longer wants to be her friend.

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