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Category: Disabilities & Special Needs

Disabilities & Special Needs

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  • Free from OCD includes forty activities designed to teach teens with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy strategies for overcoming their fears and compulsions.

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  • Attention deficit/hyperactivity (ADHD) and self-compassion experts Mark Bertin and Karen Bluth bring teens powerful skills for overcoming self-criticism and building the executive functioning skills they need to become more confident, resilient, and independent. The book includes mindfulness tools to help teens accept the limitations of ADHD, and self-compassion strategies to help them stop beating themselves up and comparing themselves to their peers.

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  • Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can affect teens in many ways—from poor performance in school to difficulties with family and friends. In Mindfulness for Teenswith ADHD, a clinical social worker offers a skills based approach using  mindfulness and neuroscience to help teens with ADHD successfully navigate all the areas of their life—whether that includes making good choices, completing tasks, increasing academic success, excelling in sports, driving safely, getting enough sleep, managing stress, or more.

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  • All teens need help staying focused—in school and in life. In this book, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) expert Lara Honos-Webb offers six powerful “super skills” to help teen readers pay attention, increase productivity, and get organized so they can achieve their goals. With this guide, teens will also learn to regulate their emotions and boost motivation, so they can be their very best.  

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  • With activities that focus on developing emotional intelligence and strengths-based skills, The ADHD Workbook for Teens helps adolescents with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) feel empowered to improve attention, calm impulsiveness, and gain facility in organizing and finishing projects. This book is written by the author of The Gift of ADHD.

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  • Teens and young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often struggle to carry out important daily tasks that other people take for granted. Presented in an easy-to-follow format, The ASD Independence Workbook is designed to help readers with ASD gain practice with interactions they will inevitably encounter in everyday life—in school, on the job, and in their communities.

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  • Teens with autism are natural observers—able to study, imitate, and learn social behavior. The Autism Playbook for Teens is designed to empower these strengths with mindfulness strategies and scripts, while also helping teens reduce anxiety, manage emotions, be more aware in the present moment, and connect with others. This book offers a unique, strengths-based approach to help teens with autism and Asperger’s develop social skills , strengthen communication, and thrive.

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  • Disorganized, chronically late, forgetful, or impulsive—these are words commonly used to describe teens with executive functioning disorder (EFD), an attention disorder marked by an inability to stay on task. In this easy-to-use, practical workbook, a licensed school counselor provides teens suffering from EFD the skills needed to get organized, retain information, communicate effectively, and perform well in school and everyday life. From handling frustration to taking notes in class, this book will help teens with EFD hone the skills they need to succeed.

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  • This engaging workbook includes forty activities to help teens recognize and use their strengths to overcome social skills deficits related to Asperger’s disorder or nonverbal learning disorder. Developed especially for teens, the activities in this workbook teach how to learn to read social cues, understand emotions, avoid meltdowns, and more.

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  • Get the real inside scoop on thriving as a teen with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Drawing on her own experiences living with the disorder, college student Grace Friedman—along with pediatric neurologist Sarah Cheyette—offers valuable tips and tricks to help teens face the unique challenges of ADHD. Readers will learn powerful cognitive behavioral strategies for coping with overwhelm, staying organized, tackling assignments and preparing for exams, dealing with emotions, communicating effectively with peers and adults, and maintaining strong friendships.

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