BOOK - Coming Through the Fog-Together mother and daughter learned from this Occupational Therapist how a Sensory Diet, CranioSacral Therapy, and Bio-Medical Therapies can lead to Functioning Recovery.
BOOK - Everyone Communicates, Learn How to Talk to Me! The guidebook to communicating and socializing with nonverbal and limited communicators is for parents, educators, therapists or anyone needing guidance in communicating with a child, grandparent, parent, student with limited communication skills or traumatic brain injury/stroke impacted individual. Reader praise includes “I LOVED the book! It is so clear, inviting and engaging."
BOOK - Lee Nugan, author of The Song, has written a children’s book on grief titled: Gee Bear and the Journey through Sadness. Lee Nugan, a psychotherapist for over 30 years, wrote the book after working with many children and adults through the grieving process.
BOOK - Michele's writing style mixes imminence and retrospective to create a mixture of pathos and celebration that so rightly fits the life of a child with special needs and the family life (especially parental life) that is built around that child.
BOOK - Filled with insights from the author Sally Fryer Dietz's years of physical and sensory integration therapy that you can take from the school to your home, When Kids Fly is written in a conversational tone that makes it perfect for parents, friends, teachers, and medical professionals, alike. Starting from the moment that Dietz realized that something ''wasn't quite right'' with her son, and allowing us to follow them (and others) through to his adulthood, this one-of-a-kind book ties the practical to both the professional and the personal.