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The New Culture of Therapeutic Activity with Older People

Once viewed as entertainment, activity provision is increasingly being seen as of therapeutic value and an integral part of quality care practice. This change has been so rapid and far-reaching that many staff teams have been left behind, attempting to address new culture requirements with old culture knowledge. This book clarifies and illuminates the changes […]

Strength Cards for Kids (NEW Edition)

With 40 brand new illustrations and 14 new strengths statements, we hope the third edition of Strength Cards for Kids will bring delight to children and adults alike, and will help build a culture of strengths wherever they go. Strength Cards for Kids has a simple message: all children deserve to be recognised and celebrated […]

Talkabout (New Edition)

Talkabout 2nd Edition 60 activities and games for developing social skills By Alex Kelly Talkabout and Talkabout Activities has now been replaced by this massive 330 page Talkabout 2nd Edition which comes complete with additional online material, available to download to print out and use. This edition is specifically designed to develop the social skills […]

Sensitive New Age Cavepersons

Through the ages men have been called upon  to juggle an array of roles—partner, father, son,  brother, colleague, friend, confidant. The Sensitive  New Age Cavepersons card set invites reflection and discussion about the pressures and stresses faced by modern men as they undertake a myriad of roles and responsibilities. Each comical Neolithic character invites rich […]

Have I Got News for You! Postcards

Complete these charming postcards for your children to take home as an acknowledgement of their achievements in the classroom. Each postcard includes space for a personal message and there is a choice of four different slogans: • Good Effort! • Hard Work! • Well Done! • Excellent! Guaranteed to make their day! Size: A6

Stress Relief for Kids – Taming Your Dragon

Creative relaxation activities for home and school Stress Relief for Kids is a prescription for growth. Anyone who interacts with kids can find new ways to guide them through the maze of today’s heavy stress. Teachers: struggling with a classroom full of unruly kids? Therapists: looking for a way to teach relaxation skills to children? […]

See My Pain

This book provides a collection of strategies and activities to help children and adolescents who deliberately self-injure. A variety of hands-on creative arts approaches are featured that can be used in private practice and school settings. When working with youth who self-injure it is helpful to have a variety of creative approaches at your fingertips. […]

101 Do’s & Don’ts & Double Don’ts on Texting

For better or worse texting has now become a primary mode of communication for young people. As with other new technologies texting brings new wonderful opportunities for increased ease of communication and social networking. Unfortunately texting also brings with it a dark side filled with many inherent dangers. Texting has sometimes been used in very […]