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Developing a Career Makes Life Satisfying

Temple Grandin, on of the formost voices in the field of autism, shares her thoughts on developing a satisfying work life and making sense of the social world. From the inside. A must read.

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My Brother, Matthew N0102: My Brother, Matthew
Focuses on feelings of siblings
Lee, The Rabbit With Epilepsy N0103: Lee, The Rabbit With Epilepsy
Kids learn all about epilepsy
Shelley, The Hyperactive Turtle N0104: Shelley, The Hyperactive Turtle
'Wiggly ' feelings in a turtle?!?
Trouble With School
A Family Story about  Learning Disabilities N0105: Trouble With School A Family Story about Learning Disabilities
One family's discovery of a child's learning disability
Mother Goose In Sign N0106: Mother Goose In Sign
Learn to Sign 'One, Two, Buckle My Shoe' and more!
An Alphabet of Animal Signs N0107: An Alphabet of Animal Signs
An animal Sign for each letter of the alphabet!
Songs in Sign N0108: Songs in Sign
Six, easy-to-follow, illustrated songs in Signed English.
Signs For Me
Basic Sign Language for Children N0109: Signs For Me Basic Sign Language for Children
Unique sign vocabulary book for preschool and elementary school children
Signing At School N0110: Signing At School
Simple signs for communicating in the school setting. Ideal for classroom integration!
Beginning Signing Primer Cards N0111: Beginning Signing Primer Cards
100 Signs for colours, creatures, weather, family members... and more!

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Learning how to catch a ball can be as easy as 1 2 3!

Catching a ball can be harder then it looks! Catching balls develops good shoulder stability and torso stability. You can help make the process easier by offering the right balls in the right order. Here is a three step process to try: 1. First start with a sturdy balloon, a punching balloon without the elastic is ideal. It can be easier to start in a sitting position about 2-3 feet away. 2. Next, try with a light high friction ball. The 9 and 15 inch Yadda balls are ideal. ,3. In the final step, stand or sit a little further apart and bounce the Yadda ball to the child. The bounce gives the child a little extra time to catch the ball. Note: For children with latex allergies, balloons contain latex but the Yadda balls are latex free.

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