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Anxiety and OCD at School: Workshop for School Professionals, 2nd Edition. Aureen Pinto Wagner, $69.95 (CD-ROM, 110 minutes)

This engaging, practical and deeply informative audio presentation includes slides, and printable handouts. Exploring the many faces of anxiety and OCD, Dr. Pinto Wagner guides educators and other professionals through:

  • Tricky aspects of OCD
  • Red flags for anxiety and OCD
  • School refusal
  • Fueling anxiety
  • The vicious cycle of escape and avoidance
  • Steps in child-friendly CBT

The BIG Disc of ABA Programs, CD-ROM.  $138.95

This convenient and practical collection contains more than 500 precisely written, printable, modifiable, ABA teaching program protocols for every teaching step in the ABLLS-R (Assessment of Basic Language Learning, Revised).


Cool Bananas: Favorite Kids’ Rhythms for Calming, Cool Downs and Bedtime Routines. Genevieve Jereb, $29.95 CD

Enchanting favorite children’s songs sung at 50 to 70 bpm (beats per minute) to support the dysregulated child during playtime, bath time, car rides and other unstructured intervals. These soothing rhythms and songs can also be used for quiet times or quiet therapies and bedtime routines.


Discovery: Pathways to Better Speech for Children with Down Syndrome. Will Schermerhorn, $35.95 (81 minutes) DVD

Discovery: Pathways to Better Speech for Children with Down Syndrome takes the viewer into the real world of speech in children with Down Syndrome. Through examples, interviews and stories, the DVD shows how parents and professionals can bring forth better speech and communication.

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Down Syndrome: the First 18 Months. Will Schermerhorn, $53.50 (108 minutes) DVD

An indispensable and comprehensive guide to the first 18 months of life with a baby who has Down Syndrome. In a warm, personal and positive way, top experts describe what is most important in the early years and parents who have been there talk about their strategies for working with doctors, therapists and other professionals.


The Ethics of Touch: Establishing and Maintaining Appropriate Boundaries In Service to People with Developmental Disabilities. Dave Hingsburger & Mary Harber, $116.95 DVD

All human beings need touch. We need to be held. We need to hold. This training package looks at the delicate issue of touch. Those who provide direct care to people with developmental disabilities are often asked to be in private places performing intimate services. From bathing to toileting to dressing, we are necessarily in close proximity to those we serve. Given this situation, it is imperative that staff be aware of how to provide these services while maintaining appropriate professional boundaries. How do we appropriately express affection toward those we serve? This video suggests new and healthy ways of helping people with disabilities fulfill their deepest needs. The package includes over two hours of lecture on 'touch', 'privacy' and 'boundaries' by renowned trainer Dave Hingsburger and a manual, co-authored by Mary Harber of the Sexual Health Resource Network, which staff can use to participate in the training.


Finger Tips: a Guide for Teaching about Female Masturbation. Dave Hingsburger & Sandra Haar, $73.95 DVD & booklet

This book and DVD set is aimed at teaching women with developmental disabilities about masturbation. It also confronts typical myths about female sexuality. A gentle, positive film that is clear, graphic and dignified. The book includes a step by step photographic essay about masturbation, and the joy of private time.

Hand Made Love: a Guide for Teaching About Male Masturbation. Dave Hingsburger, $80.00 DVD & booklet

This book and DVD set aimed at men with developmental disabilities discusses privacy, pleasure and the realities of sharing living spaces with others. The narrator of the video talks about myths and suggests that masturbation can be a way of learning about sex, while the book discusses masturbation from the point of view of both health and pleasure.

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Interactive Reading Software Library 1. Joan Green, $129.95

How Many? • What Color Is It? • I Go to School • Things I Do At Home • Action: Verbs with Who, What and Where Questions • Sounds Good to Me: Phonics and the Alphabet • The Ups and Downs of Opposites • How Do I Feel? An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions

Interactive Reading Software Library 2. Joan Green, $129.95

I Have Feelings Too! An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions for Teens, Adults and Seniors • What Happened and Why: Inferences and Reasoning Activities • Pigs in Space: Prepositions, Animals and Rhyming Words • Who’s On First: Sequencing • Meet the Word Family • What’s it For: Function and Categorizing • What Do I Do: Appropriate School Behavior • What Do I Say: Social Responses

These interactive books for children have proven to be powerful learning aids for all beginning readers. The books are fun and rewarding for children with and without special needs. These two software discs contain all 16 books of the popular Interactive Reading Book series. The software reads the books aloud with highlighted text and lets the student click on any word for identification. It features picture-to-picture and picture-to-word matching exercises with a speech recording option. Includes an easy-to-use management system that lets you select specific books and activities for each student to work on and stores their performance results. Windows only.


Nuzzle. Donnie Kanter Winokur, $16.95 CD Audio book, 30 minutes

This is the story of the loving relationship between a boy with FASD and his service dog.


OCD: The War Inside. Directed by Mark Pancer & David Hoffert, $19.95 (70 minutes) DVD

OCD: The War Inside documents the personal stories of several individuals who fight to survive a war inside their minds. Their stories reveal a deeper aspect to the disorder, which goes beyond the constant hand washing, door locking and other repetitive acts typically associated with OCD.

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Stickler Syndrome: Learning the Facts. Symmetree Media, $20.00 (29 minutes) DVD

Stickler Syndrome is an under-diagnosed disease with profound medical consequences particularly with respect to vision and mobility. A genetic malfunction in the collagen found in bones, eyes, ears and the face, can lead to blindness, hearing loss, degenerative joint disease, chronic pain and facial effects. This new DVD, Stickler Syndrome: Learning the Facts aims to increase awareness of what can happen, the possible treatment options and provides support to those with and affected by Stickler Syndrome.


Through a Dog's Eyes: Service Dogs and the People Whose Lives They've Changed, DVD. Written by Don Campbell, Featuring Jennifer Arnold, Narrated by Neil Patrick Harris, $28.95 (60 minutes)

This PBS documentary follows the stories of people with disabilities as they experience the heartwarming and sometimes challenging process of being matched with a service dog.  These journeys provide powerful insights into one of life's most extraordinary relationships- the human/canine bond.


Trainer's Guide to Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs, CD-ROM. Gail Joseph, Susan Sandall & Ilene Schwartz, $109.95

An essential teaching companion for instructors of pre-K educators, this convenient CD-ROM is a vivid blueprint for effective inclusive education using the popular Building Blocks approach. Following the structure of the bestselling textbook with almost 40 pages of all-new material, this comprehensive guide helps teacher educators provide effective instruction on the three types of Building Blocks inclusion strategies. This CD-ROM gives trainers everything they need to enhance their teacher preparation sessions.

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28 Instant Songames. Barbara Sher, $23.95 CD

28 Instant Songames is great fun for typical children as well as those with special needs. Fun and engaging for kids ages 3-8, "Songames" are musical activities for improving fine-and gross-motor skills, muscle strength, and rhythm. This music CD will get kids up and moving in no time. The activities include numerous games of body awareness, movement play, feeling identification, and self-expression, as well as imagination games that encourage expressive language play. Includes CD + 48-page booklet.


WebABLLS 2.0

WebABLLS is a web-based platform for the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills-Revised (ABLLS-R) — an assessment, curriculum guide, and skills tracking system that mirrors the ABLLSR in an electronic format.

WebABLLS incorporates the latest updates and revisions from ABLLS-R and provides an innovative level of program data management.

For more information on the WebABLLS and how to order, please see our WebABLLS 2.0 page here.


What Did You Say? A Guide to Speech Intelligibility in People with Down Syndrome. Libby Kumin, $35.95 (59 minutes) DVD

This comprehensive overview of speech intelligibility problems is useful to parents of young children who speak but are not easily understood. The DVD features dozens of boys and girls with Down syndrome, from preschool age to young adulthood, showing various levels of speech intelligibility. The DVD also features a bonus section with useful tips on writing effective Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals related to speech intelligibility. What Did You Say is also an excellent companion to Libby Kumin's book Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome.

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Complete List

Anxiety and OCD at School: Workshop for School Professionals, 2nd Edition. Aureen Pinto Wagner, $69.95 (CD-ROM, 110 minutes)

The BIG Disc of ABA Programs. $138.95 CD-ROM

Cool Bananas: Favorite Kids' Rhythms for Calming, Cool Downs and Bedtime Routines. Genevieve Jereb, $29.95 CD

Discovery: Pathways to Better Speech for Children with Down Syndrome. Will Schermerhorn, $35.95 (81 minutes) DVD

Down Syndrome: the First 18 Months. Will Schermerhorn, $53.50 (108 minutes) DVD

The Ethics of Touch: Establishing and Maintaining Appropriate Boundaries in Service to People with Developmental Disabilities. Dave Hingsburger & Mary Harber, $116.95 DVD

Finger Tips: a Guide for Teaching about Female Masturbation. Dave Hingsburger & Sandra Haar, $732.95 DVD & Booklet

Hand Made Love: a Guide for Teaching About Male Masturbation. Dave Hingsburger, $80.00 DVD & Booklet

How Come You Walk Funny? Tina Hahn, James Weyman, et al, Symmetree Media, $49.99 (79 minutes) DVD

Interactive Reading Software Library 1. Joan Green, $125.00 CD-ROM

Interactive Reading Software Library 2. Joan Green, $115.95 CD-ROM

It Takes Two to Talk: a Guide to Promoting the Communication Development of Children with Language Delays. $55.00 (120 minutes) DVD

Kids with Down Syndrome: Staying Healthy and Making Friends. Will Schermerhorn, $34.95 (120 minutes) DVD

Marvelous Mouth Music: Songames for Speech Development. Suzanne Evans Morris, $25.95 CD & booklet

Nuzzle. Donnie Kanter Winokur, $16.95 CD Audio book, 30 minutes

OCD: The War Inside. Directed by Mark Pancer & David Hoffert, $19.95 (70 minutes) DVD

Stickler Syndrome: Learning the Facts. Symmetree Media, $20.00 (29 minutes) DVD

Straight Talk about Puberty for Boys (DVD). Marsh Media, $99.95 (18 minutes, for classroom use)

Straight Talk about Puberty for Girls (DVD). Marsh Media, $99.95 (21 minutes, for classroom use)

Through a Dog's Eyes: Service Dogs and the People Whose Lives They've Changed, DVD. Written by Don Campbell, Featuring Jennifer Arnold, Narrated by Neil Patrick Harris, $28.95 (60 minutes)

Trainer's Guide to Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs.  Gail Joseph, Susan Sandall & Ilene Schwartz, $109.95 CD-ROM

28 Instant Songames. Barbara Sher, $23.95 CD

What Did You Say? A Guide to Speech Intelligibility in People with Down Syndrome. Libby Kumin, $35.95 (59 minutes) DVD

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