Free Resources to support those living and working with Special Needs and Disabled Children
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FREE postcards to parents to raise self confidence and self esteem
FREE excerpts from books
Click on the links below for free PDF downloads, written by Wendy Usher, The Play Doctors
It’s not all about talking
Effective Communication with children & young people
Hey, children on the autism spectrum play too!
Think about the world from the child who happens to have autism. What could you put into practice to make play more inclusive?
Let’s make more smiles
A book about encouraging positive behaviour (lots of ideas and suggestions)
Creating Sensory Play at Little or No Cost
Exactly what is says on the cover. Explore your cupboards and see how you can use everyday items to create wonderful sensory play to help stimulate and calm children. Try making the Northern Lights from jelly?!
Interesting articles written by Wendy Usher
Taking Risks During Play!
Using symbols at home
Click HERE for the article
Autism & Play
See page 32. Better Breaks is a professional journal for those working to provide Short Breaks for Disabled Children. This article was chosen as one of the favourites published throughout the year.
Click on the links below for free PDF downloads, presented by Wendy Usher, The Play Doctors
Useful Information Sheets about Encouraging Positive Behaviour
Other useful free downloads and information
How to welcome disabled children and young people into your organisation or centre
The Play Doctors were asked to advise on the writing and development of this free resource published by Radar the The Royal Association for Disability Rights written for Hertfordshire County Council. For more information contact www.radar.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have come across an excellent site where you can download free resources for Early Years Practitioners.
Take a look at www.earlylearninghq.org.uk
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