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Boyfriends & Girlfriends

Written expressly for teens and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities, Boyfriends & Girlfriends explains the dos and don'ts of dating and validates their normal, age-appropriate desire for companionship and romance.
Sale Price:  $18.95

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Going Solo

A psychologist shares her expertise about raising a child with disabilities on your own or "solo". Whether a solo parent by choice or circumstance, readers will find a wealth of support, affirmation & practical ideas for living well.
Sale Price:  $24.95

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Lucky Dogs, Lost Hats, and Dating Don´ts

A collection of over a dozen hi-lo (hi interest-lo reading level) short stories for people with intellectual disabilities or learning challenges. True-to-life stories with characters who want to live independently appeals to teens and adults.
Sale Price:  $21.95

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Moving Out

Experts in special needs planning & independent living guide families on how to find the right residential situation for their adult with an intellectual disability.
Sale Price:  $24.95

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The Boys' Guide to Growing Up

Don't miss this guide on puberty, specifically designed for boys with intellectual disabilities! It's written by a sexuality educator with expertise in the developmental disabilities field.
Sale Price:  $16.95

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The Girls’ Guide to Growing Up

Written for girls ages 8-14 with intellectual disabilities, this easy-to-follow guide covers what they need to know about puberty to be hygenic, healthy, and safe.
Sale Price:  $16.95

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Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-on Learners

Teaching Math gives parents and teachers high-interest, hands-on strategies and ideas for teaching math to learners of all ages.
Sale Price:  $29.95

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Teaching Essential Discrimination Skills to Children with Autism

Teach discrimination skills--the foundation to future learning--using the authors' evidence-based curriculum and strategies.
Sale Price:  $24.95 $17.46

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Whole Child Reading

Designed especially for busy parents & teachers, this book outlines the author’s strategies and recommendations for using high-interest, individualized materials to hook beginning & struggling readers.
Sale Price:  $18.95

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Targeting Language Delays

2014 ForeWord Reviews' INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Gold Winner for Education
Help students with developmental challenges with listening, language, and whole-word reading skills using over 100 IEP goals & activities.
Sale Price:  $26.95

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The Sibling Survival Guide

2014 ForeWord Reviews' INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Finalist
Experts on disabilities & sibling relationships offer practical info and guidance for teens & adults considering, or in the midst of, caring for a sibling with a disability.
Sale Price:  $21.95

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Views from Our Shoes

Boys and girls whose essays are featured in this collection share their experiences of growing up with a brother or sister with a disability.
Sale Price:  $15.95

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