Books for siblings of disabled children

Helping young children to understand about their brother or sister's disability.
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Through the Eyes of Me by Jon Roberts | Graffeg Publishing Books, Book Lists, Author, Teacher Life, Autistic Children, Children's Picture Books, Teaching Schools, Parents Of Autistic Child, Children With Autism
Through the Eyes of Me
Through the Eyes of Me by Jon Roberts | Graffeg Publishing
Leah's Voice is a new children's story about issues children encounter when they meet a child with special needs and the difficulties siblings can face. It focuses on two sisters. Through kindness and devotion, one sister shows the importance of including everyone and acceptance. Reading, Early Childhood, School Counsellor, Pre K, Developmental Disability Awareness, Disability Awareness Month, Children's Literature, Special Needs, Counseling
Leah's Voice
Leah's Voice is a new children's story about issues children encounter when they meet a child with special needs and the difficulties siblings can face. It focuses on two sisters. Through kindness and devotion, one sister shows the importance of including everyone and acceptance.
My 10 year old daughter really enjoyed a book called 'Rules' by Cynthia Lord. It is written with young children in mind, who have an autistic family member. It has a very sympathetic approach and great humour. Toys, English, Ideas, Reading Response, Read Aloud Books, Read Aloud, Free Reading, Teaching Guides
Rules
My 10 year old daughter really enjoyed a book called 'Rules' by Cynthia Lord. It is written with young children in mind, who have an autistic family member. It has a very sympathetic approach and great humour.
Avery is a children's book written to help start conversations between children, families and doctors about rare disease and research. Children, Illustrators, Avery, Helping Children, Children's Books About Family, Childrens Books Illustrations
Avery book | Imagine2
Avery is a children's book written to help start conversations between children, families and doctors about rare disease and research.
Perfect is a story of anticipation, disappointment, acceptance and love, tackling disability from a child's perspective. By Nicola Davies. Nicolas, Best Children Books, Family Psychology, Children's Author, Children’s Author, Favorite Books, Good Books, Summer Reading
Perfect by Nicola Davies | Graffeg Publishing
Perfect is a story of anticipation, disappointment, acceptance and love, tackling disability from a child's perspective. By Nicola Davies.
Love for Logan by Lori DeMonia is about a young girl learns to better understand why day to day life can be challenging for her older sister who has a sensory processing disorder. Autism Awareness, Love, Friends, Autism Awareness Month, Inspirational Stories For Kids, Helping Kids, Acceptance, Social Stories Autism
Love for Logan
Love for Logan by Lori DeMonia is about a young girl learns to better understand why day to day life can be challenging for her older sister who has a sensory processing disorder.
Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson.   Daisy is finding her feet with a new group of friends, slowly becoming "one of the gang" who take it in turns to have sleep-over parties. But with her own turn to play host fast approaching, Daisy is faced with the task of telling her new friends about her mentally and physically disabled older sister, and she is unsure how they will react. Siblings, Parties, Books Young Adult, Desperate, Kids Story Books, Childrens Authors, Disabled Children, Childrens Books
Sleepovers
Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson. Daisy is finding her feet with a new group of friends, slowly becoming "one of the gang" who take it in turns to have sleep-over parties. But with her own turn to play host fast approaching, Daisy is faced with the task of telling her new friends about her mentally and physically disabled older sister, and she is unsure how they will react.
What's Up with James? Medikidz Explain Depression by Dr Kim Chilman-Blair and Shawn Deloache Patient Education, Medical Conditions, Child Life Specialist, Type 1 Diabetes, Medical Missions, Child Life, Youth Worker
What's Up with James? Medikidz Explain Depression
What's Up with James? Medikidz Explain Depression by Dr Kim Chilman-Blair and Shawn Deloache
What's Up with Astra? Medikidz explain ADHD:  Dr Kim Chilman-Blair and Dr Paula Finn Adhd, Parents, Adhd Odd, Adhd Kids, Adhd Help, Adhd Anxiety, Adhd Advice, Add Adhd
What's Up with Astra? Medikidz explain ADHD
What's Up with Astra? Medikidz explain ADHD: Dr Kim Chilman-Blair and Dr Paula Finn
What's Up with Max? Medikidz Explain Asthma: by Kim Chilman-Blair and John Taddeo Therapist, Medical, Diagnosis, Pediatrics, Pulmonary
What's Up with Max? Medikidz Explain Asthma
What's Up with Max? Medikidz Explain Asthma: by Kim Chilman-Blair and John Taddeo
What's Up with Ben? Medikidz Explain Autism by Dr Kim Chilman-Blair and Shawn Deloache Online Learning Tools, Book Talk, Boot Camp, Reading Online, Book Worth Reading, Superhero Groups, Autism Books
What's Up with Ben? Medikidz Explain Autism
What's Up with Ben? Medikidz Explain Autism by Dr Kim Chilman-Blair and Shawn Deloache
What's Up with Wendy? Medikidz Explain Epilepsy by Kim Chilman-Blair and John Taddeo Epilepsy Facts, Epilepsy Action, Neurology, Kidney Transplant, Kidney, Cystic Fibrosis, Pediatric Therapy
What's Up with Wendy? Medikidz Explain Epilepsy: Whats Up with Bill
What's Up with Wendy? Medikidz Explain Epilepsy by Kim Chilman-Blair and John Taddeo
Views from Our Shoes: Growing Up with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs by Donald J. Meyer and Cary Pillo. Life Hacks, Parenting, Special Needs Kids, Children’s Books
Views from Our Shoes: Growing Up with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs
Views from Our Shoes: Growing Up with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs by Donald J. Meyer and Cary Pillo.
Special Brothers and Sisters: Stories and Tips for Siblings of Children with a Disability or Serious Illness by Annette Hames and Monica McCaffrey. Sisters, Brother, Family Systems, Serious Illness, Speech Language Pathology, Books For Boys
Special Brothers and Sisters: Stories and Tips for Siblings of Children with Special Needs, Disability or Serious Illness
Special Brothers and Sisters: Stories and Tips for Siblings of Children with a Disability or Serious Illness by Annette Hames and Monica McCaffrey.
The Other Kid by Lorraine Donlon. Workbook for siblings of children with special needs. Coping Skills, Child Therapy, Working With Children
The Other Kid: A Draw It Out Guidebook For Kids Dealing With A Special Needs Sibling
The Other Kid by Lorraine Donlon. Workbook for siblings of children with special needs.