Cards Against Anxiety: A Guidebook and Cards to Help You Stress Less
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An interactive self-help book for kids aged 6-12 to use with support from an adult. Strategies are based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Easy to follow, great illustrations.
It’s an optimistic and readable guide that offers advice on how to support autistic children and young people who suffer from anxiety. Described as ‘essential reading not just for any autistic adult, but for anyone who loves, lives with or works with an autistic person’Lots and lots of different techniques to help yourself consistently get over stressed and anxious situations. This book is written primarily for parents and helps increase understanding and give some practical tips on how to support children and young people with autism related difficulties. Being well supported in general can really help to reduce anxiety in autistic children.
Autism in Childhood- For parents and carers of newly diagnosed- Dr Luke Beardon (for parents/carers of autistic children) A must-read for parents, carers or other supporting adults who are worried about their autistic child’s feelings, thoughts and behaviour around food and eating.
Dr Luke Beardon shares his expertise and insight on this topic and offers problem solving ideas – not just for helping individuals in the here and now – but also ideas on how society and systems should change to enable inclusion and better outcomes for autistic people.