Special Needs Book Review has already written about three wonderful books written by Jolene Philo. Find our links to these books at the end of this post. Today’s post introduces you to a book written by Jolene Philo and Katie Wetherbee entitled Every Child Welcome: A Ministry Handbook for Including Kids with Special Needs.
What are others saying about Every Child Welcome?
“As a mother of two adopted daughters with twelve medical and mental health diagnoses between them, I felt myself breathe deep the hope that such a resource can bring to the church of God worldwide. This guide takes what could seem an overwhelming and daunting task–inviting …
It was with a heavy heart that I undertook the research to write this post introducing “Jenny and Her Dog Both Fight Cancer A Tale of Chemotherapy and Caring by Jewel Kats and beautifully illustrated by Claudia Marie Lenart. The team at Special Needs Book Review was saddened to learn of the death of this wonderful author. Jewel Kats was the pen name of Michelle Meera Katyal, who passed away in 2016 as the result of complications of surgery.
We have already reviewed three of Jewel Kats eleven children’s books. Ms. Kats books are the best! The numerous awards her books have received are a …
Magical Max and Magical Mickey’s Big Surprise by Penelope Anne Cole and Kevin Scott Collier as illustrator closes out this delightful series in a very positive note. The team at Special Needs Book Review congratulates Penny Anne Cole for her fifth and final book of this fun, educational series that came out April 5th, 2016.
The children who have been reading this series will feel a little sadness knowing this is the final book of the series. It is like coming to the last chapter of a book you’re thoroughly enjoying and wished it did not end. However her readers will be very pleased knowing their beloved characters, who …
Learning strategies to self-advocate for what you need to reach your goals in school or in the work place is extremely important. Especially 4 Me: A Student’s Guide to Understanding the IEP by Dr. Angelise M Rouse takes the perfect approach to helping special education students: inspiration, motivation and success have to come from within.
In Dr. Rouse’s guest post introducing her book, she wrote that Especially 4 Me is designed to provide support for middle and high school special education students and help to promote self-advocacy. “Especially 4 Me, A Student’s Guide to the IEP”, provides the resource students need not only for understanding …
If you have a loved one with mental illness and don’t know how to help this person in their journey to mental health recovery, check out Better Days, A Mental Health Recovery Workbook by Craig Lewis, Certified Peer Specialist. Mr. Lewis’ Twitter profile says, “Author, Consultant, Speaker, Survivor, Recovery Warrior”.
Mr. Lewis’ book, Better Days, A Mental Health Recovery Workbook can be used by an individual doing each page alone in their recovery from mental health struggles and /or addictions. It can also be used with a therapist or other health care specialist, and can also be used in peer group settings or support …
Stephanie Mines, Ph.D. has written five books and numerous articles on the treatment of trauma, including post-combat shock and domestic violence in the military environment. This post introduces you to her fourth book published in May 2014 titled New Frontiers in Sensory Integration: Limbic Stimulation, Authentic Relationship and a Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Design.
Dr. Stephanie Mines is a psychologist whose book, New Frontiers in Sensory Integration, is for educational professionals, parents, healthcare providers and a general readership about how sensory integration difficulties, including autism, interfere with learning.
Readers find practical, hands-on applications that teachers, teachers’ aides, parents, caregivers, therapists and family members can use to help young people with …