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Resources for families and carers - books for siblings and for parents

This shop features every title currently published by The National Autistic Society. To find a particular resource, you can click on a relevant sub-category below, or use the search facility above.

Titles are always being added to the shop - please regularly check back for new additions to the range.

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Autism seminars for families: Managing anger cover

Autism seminars for families - Managing anger seminar booklet

Author: The National Autistic SocietyCode: PUB0008View details
Cover of Autism seminars for families: Sensory needs booklet

Autism seminars for families - Sensory needs seminar booklet

Author: The National Autistic SocietyCode: PUB0013View details
Cover of Autism: supporting your teenager

Autism: supporting your teenager

Author: Caroline HattersleyCode: PUB0003View details
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Autism: talking about a diagnosis

- A guide for parents and carers of children with an autism spectrum disorderAuthor: Rachel PikeCode: PUB0004View details
It can get better 2014 edition

It can get better

- Dealing with common behaviour problems in young children with autismAuthor: Paul Dickinson and Liz Hannah
Available as an [eBook]
Code: PUB0007View details
Autism: understanding behaviour

Autism: understanding behaviour

Author: Caroline Hattersley
Available as an [eBook]
Code: PUB0005View details
Cover of Helping young children with autism to learn

Helping young children with autism to learn

- A practical guide for parents and staff in mainstream schools and nurseriesAuthor: Liz HannahCode: PUB0006View details
My family is different cover

My family is different

- A workbook for children with a brother or sister on the autism spectrumAuthor: Carolyn BrockCode: PUB0010View details

Autism: understanding and managing anger

Author: Andrew Powell
Available as an [eBook]
Code: NAS948View details
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Last updated: 21/03/2018 16:48:07