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Apps for Autism: a Must-Have Resource for the Special Needs Community, Revised 2nd Edition. Lois Jean Brady, $56.50

Speech Language Pathologist Lois Jean Brady wrote this book in order to educate parents, teachers, and other professionals about the breakthrough method she calls “iTherapy” — which is the use of Apple products (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and various apps (computer applications) in meeting students’ individual educational goals.

Lois believes that all persons on the spectrum can learn how to use technology in a way that is relevant to them. She shares important tips on how to use apps responsibly and effectively by maintaining a child-centered, team approach to teaching and learning, taking into account the individual’s interests, strengths/ challenges, vision, motor planning, attention, sensory processing, memory, cognitive ability, environment, and access to tools. Lois also coaches adults on how they can use prompting and reinforcement techniques to help establish and generalize skills learned, until students are able to consistently demonstrate the skills in various environments (home, school, etc.).

For those who are new to the wonderful world of apps, worry not! Lois provides helpful sections on how to get started, including: Choosing an iDevice, Basic iDevice Operations, Opening an Account, How to Download an App from iTunes, and more. What about apps that released after this book was published? Again — Lois has you covered! Just visit this book’s companion website for reviews of new apps that made the grade.


Assessing and Developing Communication and Thinking Skills in People with Autism and Communication Difficulties: a Toolkit for Parents and Professionals. Kate Silver & Autism Initiatives, $40.95

This fully photocopiable resource offers a flexible framework for the assessment and measurement of the communication skills of children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs). Packed with practical assessment and planning sheets, it enables teachers, educators and other professionals to observe and record how children use and understand language, and to follow their progress over time.

The completed assessment record is an accessible summary of a child's individual communication style, identifying strengths and weaknesses and the ways in which he or she is best assisted and motivated to communicate. It focuses on how children express themselves in everyday situations - for example, how they make requests or gain attention, the words they use most frequently, and how their communication is affected by different people and places. Most importantly, it provides a diagnosis of where communication skills can be developed and improved.

Using the communication curriculum, educators can set appropriate targets, linked to work in other areas, such as literacy and science. A separate thinking skills curriculum aims to develop the skills and confidence necessary for social interaction, from making simple choices to understanding humour and abstract ideas.

Originally devised for use with children with ASDs, this toolkit is equally effective in identifying communication problems in other children, and is an invaluable resource for teachers and speech and language therapists.

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The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills, Revised (ABLLS-R). James Partington, $89.95

The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (The ABLLS) is an assessment, curriculum guide, and skills tracking system for children with language delays. The ABLLS contains a task analysis of the many skills necessary to communicate successfully and to learn from everyday experiences. The ABLLS is comprised of two separate documents: The ABLLS Scoring Instructions and IEP Development Guide (The ABLLS Guide), and The ABLLS Protocol that is used to record scores for each child. The new revised version of the ABLLS includes many new task items that were not included in the previous edition. There are numerous changes in the descriptions and criterion for individual task items, as well as in the sequencing of many task items. A review of the changes can be found in the ABLLS Changes Chart. Individuals who have used the earlier version are advised to review the information regarding the changes.

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.


Assistive Technology in Special Education: Resources for Education, Intervention, and Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition. Joan Green, $56.95

Families, teachers, and therapists who are searching for an update about how to use the latest technologies to help individuals who struggle with communication, literacy, and learning will benefit from the wealth of practical, well-organized information in this second edition of ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. The indexed update presents an overview of the uses of technologies to help readers zero in on specific, powerful, cutting-edge resources they can use to enhance success. The book features new tools to improve and compensate for challenges relating to speaking, understanding, reading, writing, and thinking and remembering, as well as strategies to help students become more organized and efficient. The use of tablets (such as iPads and Smartphones), as well as cloud-based products, is highlighted. Online resources and social networking tools are presented to empower readers to learn about new products as they become available.


Attention and Listening in the Early Years. Sharon Garforth, $39.95

The ability to attend, to listen and to look are prerequisites to all forms of learning. By facilitating children's attention and listening skills, we are able to give them a better chance of achieving their potential in communication, speech and language, and therefore learning skills.

ATTENTION AND LISTENING IN THE EARLY YEARS is an innovative course designed for groups of children aged 2-4. Each group session is planned around a theme such as 'The Farm' or 'The Zoo'. The themes provide an anchor for the children to gain meaning from the listening activities, games and songs that will help them learn to sit still, not talk, look at the speaker and think about the words — all vital skills in good listening. Each session will be a fun and fruitful alternative to traditional circle-time for early childhood practitioners and speech and language therapists.

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Augmentative & Alternative Communication: Supporting Children and Adults with Complex Communication Needs, 4th Edition. David Beukelman & Pat Mirenda. $117.50

As AAC use continues to flourish and new technology revolutionizes the field, tomorrow's service providers need current, authoritative information on AAC for children and adults with communication disorders. That's why David Beukelman and Pat Mirenda have revised and updated the bestselling AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION — the trusted, widely adopted graduate-level text on communication disorders and AAC. The foundational textbook for SLPs, OTs, PTs, teachers, and other professionals in clinical and educational settings, this fourth edition is a definitive introduction to AAC processes, interventions, and technologies that help people best meet their daily communication needs.

Readers will get a thorough overview of communication and AAC issues for people with specific developmental disabilities (including cerebral palsy, intellectual disability, and autism) and acquired disabilities (such as aphasia, traumatic brain injury, and degenerative cognitive and linguistic disorders). And with helpful photos, figures, and photocopiable forms, readers will be ready to collect and use important information on assessment, individual communication needs, classroom supports, and more.


Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 4-9. Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 10-12. Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Teens. Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Pre-Vocational Training Manual for Ages 17+.  Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

These practical guides include activities and materials to reinforce the information presented in the text, as well as suggestions for extension activities. The AASIP program provides a comprehensive yet practical approach to teaching social communication skills across the life span to individuals with moderate to high functioning autism spectrum disorder and other diagnoses that result in social communication deficits. Children, teens, and youth will enjoy engaging with their peers as they learn how to become social communicators and build their confidence.

This program, while developed for speech-language pathologists, can also be easily used by school and college counselors, special educators, coaches, and parents who express an interest in this type of program.

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Autism Spectrum Disorders and AAC. Pat Mirenda & Teresa Iacono, $74.50

For children, adolescents, and adults with autism, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) can have a tremendous positive impact on communication, social skills, and behavior. This comprehensive, up-to-date research volume looks at the most effective AAC methods; clarifies the common characteristics of effective AAC interventions and offers insights into the research required to make AAC technologies more meaningful and motivating. Essential reading for educators, SLPs, OTs, PTs, and other direct service providers working with ASDs.


Becoming Verbal with Childhood Apraxia: New Insights on Piaget for Today's Therapy. Pam Marshalla, $24.95

This book helps therapists and parents learn how to help children become more vocal, verbal, communicative, imitative and interactive. Based on the original writings of Jean Piaget and Pam Marshalla's three decades of clinical work with children, it contains profound yet practical tools for helping children learn to talk.

Teach your child to speak up, speak out, play with sounds and words, engage in dialogue, imitate, and become much more expressive. If you are looking for a place to begin reading about how to help a young child with a severe expressive speech delay or disorder, this is it.


The BIG Book of ABA Programs: an ABA Program and IEP Goal for Every Teachable Step in the ABLLS-R.  Michael Mueller & Ajamu Nkosi, $99.95

With more than 500 precisely written, photocopy-ready ABA teaching protocols and empirical, defendable IEP goals, each program in this book can be customized for any student and unique setting.

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The Big Book of Exclamations. Teri Peterson, illustrated by Chris McAllister, $19.95

A fun, educational book designed to promote speech sound development and imitation of gestures, sounds and words.


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Beyond Baby Talk: from Sounds to Sentences — a Parent’s Complete Guide to Language Development. Ken Apel & Julie Masterson, $18.00

Language is about so much more than just words, and healthy communication is the foundation of your child’s ability to succeed emotionally, socially, and academically. The first eight years of life are a critical period of language and literacy development, and as a parent, you are your child’s primary role model as he or she begins to acquire speaking, reading, and writing skills. And yet, you may be uncertain of what constitutes typical language progress and of what activities and practices will enhance your child’s learning experiences the most. Fully revised and updated for our modern times, Beyond Baby Talk is here to guide you through the easiest and most engaging ways to instill strong communication skills in your child, and to provide fun for you both along the way.


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Can I Tell You about Selective Mutism? A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals. Maggie Johnson & Alison Wintgens, $15.95

Meet Hannah — a young girl with selective mutism (SM). Hannah invites readers to learn about selective mutism from her perspective, helping them to understand what it is, what it feels like to have SM, and how they can help.

This illustrated book is packed with accessible information and will be an ideal introduction to selective mutism. It shows family, friends and teachers how they can support a child with the condition and is also a good place to start when encouraging children with SM to talk about how it affects them.

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Can I Tell You about Stammering? A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals. Sue Cottrell, $15.95

Meet Harry — a young boy who stammers. Harry invites readers to learn about what it is like to stammer from his perspective and how it affects his daily life and makes him feel. He talks about techniques that can help reduce stammering and describes how friends, family and others can help him to feel at ease and reduce his stammer further.

This illustrated book is full of useful information and will be an ideal introduction for young people, aged 7 upwards, as well as parents, friends, teachers and speech therapists working with children who stammer. It is also an excellent starting point for group discussions at home or school.


Challenge Me! Speech and Communication Cards. Amanda Elliott, Illustrated by David Kemp, $37.95 (ages 3-12)

Theses cards provide fun and dynamic challenges for children aged 3-12 with any form of speech problem. The cards provide a variety of fun activities designed to improve breathing techniques and use of speech apparatus such as the mouth, tongue and nose; control extra salivation; moderate volume, tempo, rhythm and intonation of speech; and improve sound production and clarity of words and sentences. These user-friendly activities will make speech training enjoyable for both children and their facilitators and are great for use in the classroom, at home, on a one-to-one basis or with a group of children.


Childhood Speech, Language & Listening Problems, 3rd Edition: What Every Parent Should Know. Patricia McAleer Hamaguchi, $22.95

Does your child have trouble getting the right words out, following directions, or being understood? Speech-language pathologist Patricia Hamaguchi answers your questions to help you determine what's best for your child. This newest edition:  

  • Expands on speech and articulation issues affecting toddlers
  • Includes a new chapter on socially "quirky" children
  • Explains how to get the right help for your child, including when to wait before seeking help, how to find the right specialist, and how the problem may affect your child academically, socially, and at home
  • Updates information on autism spectrum disorders, neurobiological disorders, and auditory processing disorders
  • Offers crucial and up-to-date guidance you need to help your child in school and at home.

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Children with Cleft Lip and Palate: a Parents' Guide to Early Speech-Language Development and Treatment. Mary Hardin-Jones, Kathy Chapman & Nancy Scherer, $30.50

Turn to this book for family-friendly guidance and support for young children with clefts—cleft lip, cleft palate, and cleft lip and palate—one of the most commonly occurring birth defects. Learn about:

  • what clefts are
  • how they are repaired and when
  • feeding problems before and after surgery
  • dental issues
  • hearing & middle ear problems
  • your child's treatment team
  • your child's perspective
  • velopharyngeal inadequacy
  • speech-language skill building activities

A team of speech-language pathologists focuses especially on mitigating the speech and language problems experienced by infants and toddlers (ages birth to three) with cleft palate. Parents can use the book's dozens of practical, hands-on activities to improve their child's speech. Helpful strategies, illustrations of cleft repair procedures, photos of equipment, and recommended resources empower parents to get started on addressing speech problems of very young children and other issues for school-aged children. Speech-language pathologists, early intervention specialists, and medical professionals will also want this book to recommend to the families they serve. 


Children's Speech Sound Disorders, 2nd Edition. Caroline Bowen, $94.00

Speaking directly to experienced and novice clinicians, educators and students in speech-language pathology/speech and language therapy via an informative essay-based approach, Children’s Speech Sound Disorders provides concise, easy-to-understand explanations of key aspects of the classification, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of articulation disorders, phonological disorders and childhood apraxia of speech. It also includes a range of searching questions to international experts on their work in the child speech field.

This new edition is meticulously updated and expanded. It  includes new material on Apps assessing and treating two-year-olds, children acquiring languages other than English and working with multilingual children, communities of practice in communication sciences and disorders, distinguishing delay from disorder, linguistic sciences, counselling and managing difficult behaviour, and the neural underpinnings of and new approaches to treating CAS. This bestselling guide includes:

  • Case vignettes and real-world examples to place topics in context
  • Expert essays by sixty distinguished contributors
  • A companion website for instructors and a range of supporting materials on the author’s own site at speech-language-therapy.com

Drawing on a range of theoretical, research and clinical perspectives and emphasising quality client care and evidence-based practice, Children’s Speech Sound Disorders is a comprehensive collection of clinical nuggets, hands-on strategies, and inspiration.

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The Cow Says Moo: Ten Tips to Teach Toddlers to Talk, an Early Intervention Guide. Vicky McErlean, with Madelyn Bythell, $25.95

Is my child a late talker or should I be concerned?  My child pulls me to what he wants instead of talks, should I be worried? Will sign language stop my child from talking?

Do these questions sound familiar? You are not alone. Millions of parents ask the same questions about their child’s speech every day! Empower yourself to help your child now with The Cow Says Moo, an early intervention guide that will teach you the best, easy-to-use, proven strategies for helping children learn to communicate. In 10 easy-to-follow tips, The Cow Says Moo provides the same proven, common sense strategies that are used by practitioners who provide direct home-based speech therapy to toddlers and their families. The Cow Says Moo delivers speech therapy at a level that the average parent can understand and implement.


Developmental Speech-Language Training through Music for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Theory and Clinical Application. Hayoung Lim, $47.95

This is a comprehensive guide to Dr. Hayoung Lim's highly effective approach of using music in speech-language training for children ASD. Part I provides a sound theoretical foundation and employs the most up-to-date research, including the author's own extensive study, to validate the use of music in speech and language training for children with ASD. Part II analyzes the clinical implications protocols, and explains in detail specific interventions that can be used with the approach. The practical application of DSLM to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Verbal Behavior (VB) approaches is also explored.

This is essential reading for music therapists, speech and language pathologists and other professionals working with children with autism, as well as researchers and academics in the field.


Enhancing Everyday Communication for Children with Disabilities. Jeff Sigafoos, Michael Arthur-Kelly & Nancy Butterfield, $34.50

Practical and concise, this introductory guide is filled with real-world tips and strategies for anyone working to improve the communication of children with moderate, severe, and multiple disabilities. Emphasizing the link between behavior and communication, three respected researchers transform up-to-date research and proven best practices into instructional procedures and interventions ready for use at home or in school.


50 Great Activities for Children Who Stutter: Lessons, Insights and Ideas for Therapy Success. Peter Reitzes, $68.95

50 GREAT ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN WHO STUTTER is a refreshing, practical manual for professionals working with school-age children who stutter. These fun activities make therapy both clear and successful. The presentation of the activities is down-to-earth, and includes step-by step directions, as well as delightful dialogue to use with the kids. You also get a number of activities specifically designed for therapy groups composed of children who stutter and children with language disorders.

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Functional Communication Training for Problem Behavior. John Reichle & David Wacker, $56.50

Children and adolescents with moderate and severe disabilities often have communication challenges that lead them to use problem behavior to convey their desires. This is the most comprehensive contemporary volume on functional communication training (FCT) — the individualized instructional approach that teaches a child socially acceptable communicative alternatives to aggression, tantrums, self-injury, and other unconventional behaviors. The expert authors provide accessible, empirically based guidelines for implementing FCT, and tips for overcoming obstacles. Grounded in the principles of applied behavior analysis, the book includes detailed strategies for developing a support plan, together with illustrative case examples.


Getting the Picture: Inference and Narrative Skills for Young People with Communication Difficulties. David Nash, Illustrated by Oliver Allchin, $35.95

Young people with communication difficulties often struggle in social situations. Without adequate inference, narrative and sequencing skills, correctly interpreting and responding to other people can be a real challenge. This fully photocopiable resource has been designed to improve these skills in the way this population can often learn best — visually. This book is brimming with thought-provoking illustrations of different people in different places, all of which are accompanied by a series of questions designed to encourage prediction and inference skills.

This book will be a valuable tool for speech and language therapists/pathologists, occupational therapists, special educators, parents and anybody else looking to help young people with communication difficulties to understand and connect with the world around them.


Helping Children to Improve their Communication Skills: Therapeutic Activities for Teachers, Parents and Therapists. Deborah Plummer, $39.95

For many children, the act of communication which most of us take for granted can be a struggle, and communicating with others can become something to fear rather than enjoy. This creative book is full of fun and imaginative ideas to help children aged 4-11 with a speech or language delay or disorder to develop their communication skills. It is packed with activities and games specifically tailored to help develop skills such as articulation, vocabulary development, breath control, conversation skills and non-verbal communication. Tips for personalizing and shaping the activities are also provided. A comprehensive theory section supports the ideas presented, and practical advice on working with groups and individuals and in different settings is also given.

This activity book will be an invaluable resource not only for speech and language therapists and students, but also for parents, teachers, carers and other support staff who are looking for creative ways to promote language development.

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Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism: Practical Steps to Overcoming a Fear of Speaking. Angela McHolm, Charles Cunningham & Melanie Vanier, $26.95

Three experts in treating selective mutism team up to provide parents with the first book to offer practical strategies for treating children with this potentially isolating anxiety disorder often referred to as "social phobia's cousin."


Introduction to Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities. James Partington, $83.95 DVD

This DVD provides an overview of B. F. Skinner’s functional analysis of language to parents, educators, and other practitioners. A review of the primary types of expressive language skills (verbal operants) is included along with video clip demonstrations of effective teaching methods. Viewers will learn how to assess a child’s language abilities, and how to design and implement an appropriate language intervention program. A major emphasis is placed on identifying methods to enhance and utilize motivational variables to teach language in both structured teaching sessions and in daily activities. Techniques for coordinating the ongoing decision making necessary for effective language intervention and methods of data collection and tracking are also presented.


It Takes Two to Talk: a Practical Guide for Parents of Children with Language Delays, 5th Edition. Elaine Weitzman, $54.00

If you're a parent concerned about your child's language development, the new fifth edition of Hanen's It Takes Two to Talk can support you in giving your child the extra help he needs. Designed specifically for parents of children with language delays, It Takes Two to Talk is based on the following important principles:

  • Learning happens naturally — Children learn language best during everyday routines and conversations with the important people in their lives
  • Parents are their child's most important language teachers
  • The earlier a child receives the extra help he needs, the more his language skills will improve

With the right skills and strategies, you can transform any moment of your child's life into fun and natural opportunities to build strong language skills.

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Late Talkers: Language Development, Interventions, and Outcomes. Leslie Rescorla & Philip Dale, $79.95

What does the research tell us about late talkers, and what are the key implications for clinical practice? Discover the latest findings in this important volume, a comprehensive survey of 30+ years of research about young children with delayed expressive language. More than 25 top researchers explore the causes and characteristics of late language emergence, long-term outcomes for late talkers, effective intervention approaches, and future directions for new research studies. Discover the latest findings on:

  • Effects of late language emergence on outcomes later in life
  • Accurate identification of late talkers among bilingual children
  • How to recognize when late talking indicates significant risk for developmental disability
  • Real-time spoken language understanding as an early predictor of later language outcomes
  • Evidence-based language intervention approaches for late-talking toddlers
  • The relationship between phonology and lexical development in late talkers
  • Prevalence, predictors, and causes of late language emergence
  • Parent-implemented language intervention programs
  • How to match interventions to a child's individual characteristics

The Late Talker: What to Do If Your Child Isn’t Talking Yet. Marilyn Agin et al, $18.99

Every parent eagerly awaits the day his or her child will speak for the first time. For millions of mothers and fathers, however, anticipation turns to anxiety when those initial, all-important words are a long time coming. Many worried parents are reassured that their child is "just a late talker," but unfortunately, all too often that is not the case. Nineteen million children in the United States have serious speech disorders, such as apraxia of speech. For these toddlers, early and intensive speech therapy is crucial if they are to stand a chance of ever speaking normally. This book was written to help the worried parent cut through the confusion and stress to determine if their child needs help.

The Late Talker provides effective, practical answers to the questions every concerned parent asks. Written by Marilyn C. Agin, a highly respected developmental pediatrician, and Lisa F. Geng, a mother of two late talkers, it is a tremendously useful handbook that includes:

  • Ways to identify the warning signs of a speech disorder
  • Information on how to get the right kind of evaluations and therapy
  • Ways to obtain appropriate services through the school system and health insurance
  • Fun at-home activities that parents can do with their child to stimulate speech
  • Groundbreaking evidence of the promising and dramatic benefits of nutritional supplementation
  • Advice from experienced parents who've been there on what to expect and what you can do to be

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Late-Talking Children: a Symptom or a Stage? Stephen Camarata, $22.95

When children are late in hitting developmental milestones, parents worry. And no delay causes more parental anxiety than late talking. Children’s speech expert Stephen Camarata points out in this enlightening book, children are late in beginning to talk for a wide variety of reasons. For some children, late talking may be a symptom of other, more serious, problems; for many others, however, it may simply be a stage with no long-term complications.

Camarata describes in accessible language what science knows about the characteristics and causes of late talking. He explains that today’s greater awareness of autism, as well as the expanded definition of autism as a “spectrum” of symptoms, has increased the chances that a late-talking child will be diagnosed — or misdiagnosed — with autism. But, he reminds us, late talking is only one of a constellation of autism symptoms. Although all autistic children are late talkers, not all late-talking children are autistic.

Camarata draws on more than twenty-five years of professional experience diagnosing and treating late talkers — and on his personal experience of being a late talker himself and having a late-talking son. Camarata offers parents valuable guidance on seeking treatment, advising them to get second and third opinions if necessary, and warning them against false diagnoses, unqualified practitioners, and ineffective therapies. He provides information that will help parents navigate the maze of doctors, speech therapists, early childhood services, and special education; and he describes the effect that late talking may have on children’s post-talking learning styles.


Learning Language and Loving It™ DVD: Promoting Children's Social, Language, and Literacy Development in Early Childhood Settings. The Hanen Centre, $65.00 DVD format

This easy to use DVD demonstrates the vital role of preschool teachers in facilitating children’s social, language and literacy development. As a companion to the LEARNING LANGUAGE AND LOVING IT guidebook and program, this DVD provides real life examples of teachers using strategies in play and daily activities to create enriched, interactive language-learning environments that include children who have special needs and language delays, who are second language learners, as well as those who are typically developing. User friendly menus provide quick access to everyday examples.


Leo's Words Disappeared. Elaheh Bos, $22.95

Lola's Words Disappeared. Elaheh Bos, $22.95

These colourful books introduce children to techniques for managing anxiety, and selective mutism.

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Magic with Music: Building Children’s Communication through Songs & Rhymes. Hanen Centre, $40.00 (DVD format, 46 minutes)

This delightful new DVD is a fun and practical resource for parents, caregivers and family support professionals. MAGIC WITH MUSIC clearly demonstrates how to enrich a child’s social, language and early literacy development using songs and rhymes. Suitable for use with babies, toddlers and preschoolers.


Maya's Voice. Wen-Wen Cheng, $14.50

Maya's Voice is a picture book about a little girl's journey to confront Selective Mutism. Maya is a bright-eyed, inquisitive little girl who loves to share her sweet voice. But when she starts school, she loses the confidence to use her voice and goes about her school day in silence. With time, patience, understanding, and love from all those around her, Maya discovers her sweet voice again.


More Than Words: Promoting the Communication Development of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Social Communication Challenges, DVD. The Hanen Centre, $55.00 DVD format (18 months to 5 years)

This easy-to-use DVD is an invaluable tool for both parents and professionals who support preschool children with social and communication challenges, such as autism spectrum disorder. A companion to Hanen’s popular MORE THAN WORDS guidebook, the DVD brings to life the research-based strategies parents can use in everyday activities to foster their children’s communication skills.

The book is also available: More Than Words: a Parent's Guide to Building Interaction and Language Skills for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Social Communication Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Fern Sussman, $54.00

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Mouth & Tongue Let’s Have Some Fun! Karina Hopper, $9.95

Moving the mouth and tongue in different ways is very effective for strengthening facial muscles and aiding speech development. This simple picture book is designed to help children with speech delays and speech-motor difficulties.


My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child's Language Development. Kimberly Scanlon, $30.95

My Toddler Talks is a must-have for anyone interested in developing language in young children. Learn how to model and elicit language in a fun, straightforward and practical manner from an experienced & licensed speech language pathologist. Textbook theory and evidenced-based speech therapy techniques are applied in an enjoyable and user-friendly way.

Whether you’re a parent or a professional, My Toddler Talks shows you how to engage toddlers with play routines that stimulate speech while having fun. The guide includes detailed steps, numerous examples, and play routine activities to facilitate learning and language development.


Neurogenetic Syndromes: Behavioral Issues and Their Treatment. Bruce Shapiro & Pasquale Accardo, $82.95

This cutting-edge volume sheds new light on neurogenetic syndromes using a promising clinical perspective: examining behavioral and psychological phenotypes, with a strong focus on the influence of genetics. Linking science with practice like no other current text on this topic, this comprehensive book combines the latest research of two dozen leading experts and shows how these advances in knowledge apply to treatment and therapy.

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Nurturing Narratives: Coaching Comprehension, Creating Conversation. Lauren Franke & Christine Durbin, $49.95

Story-based language intervention for children with language impairments that are complicated by other developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorders.


Oral Language Activities for Young Learners. Cindy Middendorf, $12.95

This 4-page, laminated reference guide provides background and strategies that will help early childhood professionals working with 3 to 5 year olds in building the foundation of oral language skills.


The Parent’s Guide to Speech and Language Problems. Debbie Feit, $23.95

This authoritative guide for helping the speech-impaired child is a one-stop resource, offering not only current medical information but also advice and encouragement from a mom who’s been there. Author Debbie Feit has two children with speech problems and understands what it takes to survive and thrive day-to-day as a family. THE PARENT'S GUIDE TO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROBLEMS offers a practical combination of clinical research and real-world, hands-on parenting solutions.

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Prosody Intervention for High-Functioning Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Enhancing Communication and Social Engagement through Voice, Rhythm, and Pitch. Michelle Dunn & Larry Harris, $39.95

When making the transition to adulthood, young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder can find their opportunities limited by their impaired prosody. Through a program of evidence-based lessons and resources, this book helps to develop verbal and nonverbal skills essential to adult life, particularly in the context of looking for a job or social situations. It is a complete curriculum, covering everything from self-calming to fluency and conversational skills, and includes lesson plans, handouts, and homework.

The program has been successfully used by the authors in their work with people on the autism spectrum and will be a life-changing resource for professionals as well as for parents and people on the autism spectrum wanting to improve their ability to communicate well.


Selective Mutism in Our Own Words: Experiences in Childhood and Adulthood. Carl Sutton & Cheryl Forrester, $29.95

Exploring all aspects of SM, from symptoms and diagnostic criteria, to triggers and the consequences of being psychologically unable to speak, the stories in this book dispel the myths around this often misunderstood condition. Far from refusing to talk, or choosing not to, the contributors offer genuine insights into why they simply cannot speak in certain situations or in front of certain people. Children, teens and adults from the UK and US share experiences of feeling isolated, struggling at school, and finding ways to communicate. Letting people with SM know that they are not alone with the condition, the book will also help family, friends and professionals to understand what it is like to live with SM.

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The Silent Child: Exploring the World of Children Who Do Not Speak. Laurent Danon-Boileau, $26.50

THE SILENT CHILD offers case-based analysis of how children with pathology ranging from autism to aphasia find their way towards speech. It includes narrated real-life treatment sessions and draws general conclusions from both a linguistic and a psychoanalytic perspective.


Speaking of Apraxia: a Parent's Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Leslie Lindsay, $33.95

Written in an empathic style by a parent who "has been there", SPEAKING OF APRAXIA offers hope and practical advice for parents of toddlers to teens with this neurologically-based motor speech disorder. Characterized by difficulties with planning and producing the complex set of movements necessary for intelligible speech, childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) can be a child's only diagnosis or can be accompanied by other special needs such as learning disabilities, Down syndrome, or autism. Parents and professionals will appreciate the author's clear explanations of everything from diagnosing CAS and working with speech-language pathologists (SLPs), to understanding how to distinguish it from other speech disorders, and getting appropriate early intervention and special education support.

SPEAKING OF APRAXIA is a comprehensive and authoritative resource any family, SLP, occupational therapist, or pediatric practice will be glad to own or recommend. 


Speech Development Guide for Children with Hearing Loss. Frederick Berg, $96.95

This 160 page guide is a handy resource for clinicians. Its contents include diagrams and descriptions, which blend pictures, words and sentences together; worksheets; lesson plans; sensory cues and aids for shaping speech; syllable drills; progress and final report forms; guidelines for parents; and a list of suggested reading to follow up on related subjects. This is a time-proven curriculum, which has resulted in a high rate of speech improvement in children with hearing loss.

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Speech in Action: Interactive Activities Combining Speech Language Pathology and Adoptive Physical Education. America Gonzalez, Lois Jean Brady & Jim Elliott, $43.95

Children, particularly those on the autism spectrum, are able to acquire communication skills much more easily when their learning incorporates movement. Even very simple actions such as tapping and hand clapping can have a noticeable impact on their speech and language development.

SPEECH IN ACTION is an innovative approach to learning that combines simple techniques from speech and language pathology with physical exercises that have been carefully designed to meet the individual child's particular needs and abilities. This practical workbook describes the approach, and how it works, and contains 90 fully-photocopiable lesson plans packed with fun and creative ideas for getting both mouth and body moving.

This will be a useful resource for teachers, occupational therapists, and other professionals who work with children with delayed communication skills, as well as parents and carers who would like to support their child's speech and language development at home.

Speech & Language Development in Down Syndrome & Fragile X Syndrome. Joanne Roberts, Robin Chapman $ Steven Warren, $59.50

Spotlighting two of the most prevalent and most researched genetically based disabilities — Down syndrome and Fragile X syndrome — this cutting-edge text clarifies the distinct speech and language issues associated with each disorder and helps readers conduct individualized assessment and intervention.


The Speech-Language Pathologist's Handbook for Inclusive School Practices. Julie Causton & Chelsea Tracy-Bronson, $41.50

Every inclusive school team needs a great SLP who supports communication skills where they’re needed most — in the classroom, as students with disabilities learn and participate alongside their peers. This is the practical, friendly guide SLPs need to go beyond pull-out services and deliver successful communication and language supports as part of an inclusive school team. Packed with immediately useful strategies, relatable examples, and invaluable insights from experienced SLPs, this guidebook is key to helping students with disabilities improve their communicative functioning so they can access the curriculum and fully participate in classroom routines and activities. New and seasoned SLPs will turn to this book again and again for clear guidance on succeeding in an inclusive classroom and helping all students reach their full potential.

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Supporting Children with Speech and Language Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Cathy Allenby, Judith Fearon-Wilson, Sally Merrison & Elizabeth Morling, $48.50

Completely revised and updated, this new edition describes the different types of difficulties experienced by pupils with speech, language and communication needs. It will help teachers and other professionals to feel more confident by providing expert guidance and practical strategies, and as a professional development tool, will also encourage outstanding practice by suggesting ideas and materials for in-house training sessions. The wide-ranging and accessible chapters explore topics including:

  • Listening skills
  • Phonological awareness
  • Comprehension of language
  • Activities for circle time
  • Working with parents

Featuring useful checklists, templates and photocopiable resources, this practical resource contains a wealth of valuable advice and tried-and-tested strategies for identifying children and young people with speech, language and communication needs, ensuring they have the support they need to make exceptional progress.


Talk to Me, Baby! How You Can Support Young Children's Language Development. Betty Bardige, $41.50

Playful, engaging talk with young children is much more than a social activity: it's the foundation of language, intellectual, and social-emotional development, and it's also the key to narrowing the achievement gap between children from different socioeconomic backgrounds. Now there's a practical, easy-to-read guidebook that shows professionals and parents how to talk to and play with young children in ways that directly support their emerging language skills.

With passion, warmth, and wisdom, early education expert Betty Bardige takes readers on a fascinating tour through six stages in a young child's language development — starting with the "baby babbles” of infancy and ending with the early literacy skills of the preschool and kindergarten years.


Talk to Me: Conversation Strategies for Parents of Children on the Autism Spectrum or with Speech Language Impairments. Heather Jones, $25.95

If your child finds talking to people a struggle, this is the book to get the conversation started. In this hands-on guide, Heather Jones offers practical advice, born of experience with her own son, which will help you teach your child the principles of communication. Full of strategies and examples, it shows how you can allay fears, build confidence and teach your child to enjoy conversation. Once a child gets used to talking with other people, many life skills can develop more easily as they grow up – from making friends and shopping for themselves, to being interviewed and eventually getting a job.

This handy book provides guidance and inspiration to parents, teachers and anyone else who cares for a child who finds language and comprehension difficult.

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Talking Is Hard for Me! Encouraging Communication in Children with Speech-Language Difficulties. Linda Reinert, illustrated by Emily Lynch. $26.50

Use this uniquely designed book to improve the communication skills of young children — ages 3 through 7 — who have delayed or ineffective speech due to autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, cleft lip/palate, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, hearing loss, or another condition.

TALKING IS HARD FOR ME features a lively, full-color illustrated children’s story that follows a child and his family as they challenge, prompt, and support his communication efforts. Adults can read the story on their own or with their child to empathize with his struggles to talk while learning practical ideas that help. The accompanying informational sections are full of accessible speech-language therapy strategies and instructions to improve communication and ease frustration. Readers will be empowered when they see how easy it is to apply these practices throughout everyday life!


Teaching Communication Skills to Children with Autism. Pat Crissey, $31.95 (Grades K-12)

TEACHING COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO CHILDREN WITH AUTISM offers a comprehensive overview of methods and strategies for developing functional communication in children with autism. It addresses the needs of non-verbal and beginning communicators, as well as verbal children with high functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome. Includes a license to reprint PDF forms and handouts.


Teaching Communication Skills to Students with Severe Disabilities, 3rd Edition. June Dowling, Amy Hanreddy & Kathryn Peckham-Hardin, $68.95

How can educators and therapists support effective communication for students with severe and multiple disabilities? Today’s best research and strategies are in the newest edition of this trusted textbook and teaching guide. Current and future education professionals will get up-to-date information and practical guidance on the entire process of supporting communication for students of all ages, from assessing their communication skills to involving peers and adults in intervention. An important textbook and professional reference, this comprehensive volume will help educators, paraprofessionals, SLPs, and other school staff skillfully support every student’s right to communicate.

TOPICS COVERED: communication assessment * intervention strategies * identification of natural opportunities to teach skills * augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) techniques * collaborative teaming * challenging behavior * Functional Communication Training * literacy instruction * peers as communication partners * teaching a wide range of skills that go beyond simple requesting, from commenting to gaining attention

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Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities. Mark Sundberg & James Partington, $61.95

Most children with autism or other developmental disabilities experience severe language delays or disorders. Teaching language to these children can be quite a challenge to parents and professionals. This book presents a state-of-the-art language assessment and intervention program based on B.F. Skinner's behavioral analysis of language, and the extensive body of empirical research that supports Skinner's analysis.

The first section of the book provides information regarding preparation for language intervention, including a brief language assessment and a system to interpret the assessment in order to determine the best place to start intervention for an individual child. Section One also contains a chapter on augmentative communication and information on how to decide if it is necessary; and if so, which type might be the best for an individual child. Section Two focuses on the development of initial communication skills for nonverbal children, and Section Three focuses on teaching more advanced language and social skills. Section Four presents issues relevant to the implementation of a language program in a child's natural and school environments. In addition, there are a variety of data sheets and skills tracking forms located throughout the book.


Taking Speech Disorders to School. $16.95 (ages 6-11)

This beautifully illustrated and fun-to-read storybook tells the story of Michael, a kid living with a speech disorder. Michael's story helps kids understand the cause and effects of his disorder and how speech therapy helps him communicate more clearly. In addition, children with a speech disorder or children who have conditions that set them apart as being different begin to feel accepted and safe. Book includes a Kid Quiz to reinforce new information and Ten Tips for Teachers to provide additional facts and ideas for teacher use.


Teach Me How to Say It Right: Helping Your Child with Articulation Problems. Dorothy Dougherty, $27.95

Articulation disorder, the most common speech communication problem, is identified in approximately 1 million preschool children each year. Research suggests that problems with articulation, if left unchecked, can lead to reading and spelling difficulties, social challenges, and self-esteem problems. The strongest resource a child with an articulation problem can have is a well-informed parent who knows which articulation behaviors are normal, which are not, and how best to guide his or her child through the process of speech therapy.

This book helps parents decide whether the sound errors their child is experiencing are developmental and within normal limits for their age. The book offers a range of strategies to employ when a child does need some extra help to work through a particular speech difficulty. The book also addresses the emotions parents deal with and devotes a chapter to signs and symptoms of other common communication problems that may co-exist.

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Time to Talk: What You Need to Know about Your Child's Speech and Language Development. Michelle MacRoy-Higgins & Carlyn Kolker, $27.50

Wondering when to expect baby’s first word? Want to get your toddler talking? Worried your child is not speaking as clearly as his peers? When it comes to language acquisition, all parents have questions…and Time to Talk has the answers. Written by an experienced speech-language pathologist and mom, this practical and proactive guide will help you:

Understand the building blocks of speech and language • Monitor progress against expected milestones • Enhance your child’s communication skills • Spot signs of potential problems with hearing, speech, or language development • Address common concerns, such as articulation, late talking, stuttering, dyslexia, and more • Get the best results from speech and language therapy • Foster literacy • Raise bilingual children successfully • And more

From baby’s first babbling to reading readiness, this speech-language booster and trouble-shooter covers it all.


Understanding Stammering or Stuttering: a Guide for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals. Elaine Kelman & Alison Whyte, $22.95

Parents and teachers of children who stammer (or stutter) may see their child suffering with embarrassment, frustration or anxiety but feel at a loss as to how best to help. This book explains the characteristics of stammering and uses illuminating first-hand accounts to demonstrate the common feelings of anguish experienced and provide clarity on what the child is likely to need in terms of support at home, school and in social situations. Packed with helpful advice for carers about how to build a child's confidence, it presents a variety of techniques and tips to alleviate the stammer and improve self-esteem and school performance. This accessible resource will shed light on the perplexing nature of stammers, enabling those who care for children affected to find answers and get the best possible help.      

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Unspoken Words: a Child's View of Selective Mutism. Sophia Blum, $21.00

Unspoken Words: a Child's View of Selective Mutism, was written by a teenager who suffered from Selective Mutism. Beautiful illustrations are included throughout to help 'see' what the child may be feeling. Sophia has written her story as a way of explaining her feelings while suffering in silence. Sophie's story is detailed, introspective, heartwarming and inspirational as she describes her personal journey to overcome Selective Mutism.


When the Brain Can’t Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder. Teri James Bellis, $20.00

Millions of Americans struggle silently with APD. For many of them, holding a simple conversation can be next to impossible. As sound travels through an imperfect auditory pathway, words become jumbled, distorted, and unintelligible. As Dr. Bellis notes, the most profound impact of this highly specific impediment to auditory comprehension may be on the young. Facing a severely reduced ability to read, spell, comprehend, and communicate, children with APD are subject to anxiety, academic failure, and a damaged sense of self. Often, they are misdiagnosed.

Discussing the latest and most promising clinical advances and treatment options, and providing a host of proven strategies for coping, Dr. Bellis takes much of the mystery out of APD. If you or anyone you know has difficulty comprehending spoken language, or if your child is struggling in school, this important book may have the answers you need.

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Resources for Teachers and Therapists

Apps for Autism: a Must-Have Resource for the Special Needs Community, Revised 2nd Edition. Lois Jean Brady, $56.50

The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills, Revised (ABLLS-R). James Partington, $89.95

Assessing and Developing Communication and Thinking Skills in People with Autism and Communication Difficulties: a Toolkit for Parents and Professionals. Kate Silver & Autism Initiatives, $40.95

Assistive Technology in Special Education: Resources for Education, Intervention, and Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition. Joan Green, $56.95

Attention and Listening in the Early Years. Sharon Garforth, $39.95

Augmentative & Alternative Communication: Supporting Children and Adults with Complex Communication Needs, 4th Edition. David Beukelman & Pat Mirenda. $117.50

Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 4-9. Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 10-12. Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Teens. Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems, a Pre-Vocational Training Manual for Ages 17+.  Jamie Torres-Feliciano, Pamela Wiley, Betholyn Gentry, $82.95

Autism Spectrum Disorders and AAC. Pat Mirenda & Teresa Iacono, $74.50

Becoming Verbal with Childhood Apraxia: New Insights on Piaget for Today's Therapy. Pam Marshalla, $24.95

The BIG Book of ABA Programs: an ABA Program and IEP Goal for Every Teachable Step in the ABLLS-R.  Michael Mueller & Ajamu Nkosi, $99.95

Children with Cleft Lip and Palate: a Parents' Guide to Early Speech-Language Development and Treatment. Mary Hardin-Jones, Kathy Chapman & Nancy Scherer, $30.50

Children's Speech Sound Disorders, 2nd Edition. Caroline Bowen, $94.00

The Cow Says Moo: Ten Tips to Teach Toddlers to Talk, an Early Intervention Guide. Vicky McErlean, with Madelyn Bythell, $25.95

Developmental Speech-Language Training through Music for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Theory and Clinical Application. Hayoung Lim, $47.95

Enhancing Everyday Communication for Children with Disabilities. Jeff Sigafoos, Michael Arthur-Kelly & Nancy Butterfield, $34.50

50 Great Activities for Children Who Stutter: Lessons, Insights and Ideas for Therapy Success. Peter Reitzes, $68.95

Functional Communication Training for Problem Behavior. John Reichle & David Wacker, $56.50

Getting the Picture: Inference and Narrative Skills for Young People with Communication Difficulties. David Nash, Illustrated by Oliver Allchin, $35.95

Helping Children to Improve their Communication Skills: Therapeutic Activities for Teachers, Parents and Therapists. Deborah Plummer, $39.95

Introduction to Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities. James Partington, $83.95 DVD

Late Talkers: Language Development, Interventions, and Outcomes. Leslie Rescorla & Philip Dale, $79.95

Late-Talking Children: a Symptom or a Stage? Stephen Camarata, $22.95

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Learning Language and Loving It™: a Guide to Promoting Children’s Social, Language & Literacy Development in Early Childhood Settings. Elaine Weitzman & Janice Greenberg, $54.00

Learning Language and Loving It™ DVD: Promoting Children's Social, Language, and Literacy Development in Early Childhood Settings. The Hanen Centre, $65.00 DVD format

Magic with Music: Building Children’s Communication through Songs & Rhymes DVD. Hanen Centre, $40.00

More than Words: a Parent's Guide to Building Interaction and Language Skills for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Social Communication Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Fern Sussman, $54.00

More than Words®: Promoting the Communication Development of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Social Communication Challenges, DVD. The Hanen Centre, $55.00 DVD format (18 months to 5 years)

Neurogenetic Syndromes: Behavioral Issues and Their Treatment. Bruce Shapiro & Pasquale Accardo, $82.95

Nurturing Narratives: Coaching Comprehension, Creating Conversation. Lauren Franke & Christine Durbin, $49.95

Oral Language Activities for Young Learners. Cindy Middendorf, $12.95

Prosody Intervention for High-Functioning Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Enhancing Communication and Social Engagement through Voice, Rhythm, and Pitch. Michelle Dunn & Larry Harris, $39.95

The Silent Child: Exploring the World of Children Who Do Not Speak. Laurent Danon-Boileau, $26.50

Speech Development Guide for Children with Hearing Loss. Frederick Berg, $96.95

Speech in Action: Interactive Activities Combining Speech Language Pathology and Adoptive Physical Education. America Gonzalez, Lois Jean Brady & Jim Elliott, $43.95

Speech & Language Development in Down Syndrome & Fragile X Syndrome. Joanne Roberts, Robin Chapman & Steven Warren, $59.50

The Speech-Language Pathologist's Handbook for Inclusive School Practices. Julie Causton & Chelsea Tracy-Bronson, $41.50

The Speech-Language Pathology Treatment Planner. Keith Landis et al, $60.99

Supporting Children with Speech and Language Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Cathy Allenby, Judith Fearon-Wilson, Sally Merrison & Elizabeth Morling, $48.50

Teach Me Language:  Language Manual for Children with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and Related Developmental Disorders. Sabrina Freeman & Lorelei Dake, $90.00

Teaching Communication Skills to Children with Autism. Pat Crissey, $31.95 (Grades K-12)

Teaching Communication Skills to Students with Severe Disabilities, 3rd Edition. June Dowling, Amy Hanreddy & Kathryn Peckham-Hardin, $68.95

Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities. Mark Sundberg & James Partington, $61.95

Time to Talk: What You Need to Know about Your Child's Speech and Language Development. Michelle MacRoy-Higgins & Carlyn Kolker, $27.50

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Resources for Families

Apps for Autism: a Must-Have Resource for the Special Needs Community, Revised 2nd Edition.Lois Jean Brady, $56.50

Beyond Baby Talk: from Sounds to Sentences — a Parent’s Complete Guide to Language Development. Ken Apel & Julie Masterson, $18.00

The Big Book of Exclamations. Teri Peterson, illustrated by Chris McAllister, $19.95 (ages 4-8)

Can I Tell You about Selective Mutism? A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals. Maggie Johnson & Alison Wintgens, $15.95 (ages 6-12)

Can I Tell You about Stammering? A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals. Sue Cottrell, $15.95

Challenge Me! ™ Speech and Communication Cards. Amanda Elliott, Illustrated by David Kemp, $37.95 (ages 3-12)

Childhood Speech, Language & Listening Problems, 3rd Edition: What Every Parent Should Know. Patricia McAleer Hamaguchi, $22.95

Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism: Practical Steps to Overcoming a Fear of Speaking. Angela McHolm, Charles Cunningham & Melanie Vanier, $26.95

It Takes Two to Talk: a Practical Guide for Parents of Children with Language Delays, 5th Edition. Elaine Weitzman, $54.00

The Late Talker: What to Do If Your Child Isn’t Talking Yet. Marilyn Agin et al, $18.99

Leo's Words Disappeared. Elaheh Bos, $22.95

Lola's Words Disappeared. Elaheh Bos, $22.95

Maya's Voice. Wen-Wen Cheng, $14.50

Mouth & Tongue Let’s Have Some Fun! Karina Hopper, $9.95

My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child's Language Development. Kimberly Scanlon, $30.95

The Parent’s Guide to Speech and Language Problems. Debbie Feit, $23.95

Selective Mutism in Our Own Words: Experiences in Childhood and Adulthood. Carl Sutton & Cheryl Forrester, $29.95

Speaking of Apraxia: a Parent's Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Leslie Lindsay, $33.95

Taking Speech Disorders to School. $16.95 (ages 6-11)

Talk to Me, Baby! How You Can Support Young Children's Language Development. Betty Bardige, $41.50

Talk to Me: Conversation Strategies for Parents of Children on the Autism Spectrum or with Speech Language Impairments. Heather Jones, $25.95

Talking Is Hard for Me! Encouraging Communication in Children with Speech-Language Difficulties. Linda Reinert, illustrated by Emily Lynch. $26.50

Teach Me How to Say It Right: Helping Your Child with Articulation Problems. Dorothy Dougherty, $27.95

Understanding Stammering or Stuttering: a Guide for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals. Elaine Kelman & Alison Whyte, $22.95

Unspoken Words: a Child's View of Selective Mutism. Sophia Blum, $21.00

When the Brain Can’t Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder. Teri James Bellis, $20.00

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