Non-Autism Books of Interest - General Disability

Functional Communication as a Replacement for Challenging Behaviors. by either Schopler or Gary Mesibov. [disability]
Toilet Training for Children with Severe Handicaps: A field Manual for Coordinating Training Procedures Across Multiple Community Settings (UCSB). [disability]
Pasquale J. Accardo, editor, Bruce K. Shapiro, editor & Arnold J. Capute.
Behavior Belongs in the Brain: Neurobehavioral Syndromes (York Press, 1997). ISBN: 0912752416 . [disability]
Todd Adelman & Jodi Behrend.
Special Foods for Special Kids: Practical Solutions & Great Recipes for Children With Food Allergies (Robert D. Reed). ISBN: 1885003382 (paperback, 160 pages). [disability,allergy]
Marilyn C. Agin, Lisa F. Geng & Malcolm Nicholl.
The Late Talker: What to Do If Your Child Isn't Talking Yet (St. Martins's Press, 2003). ISBN: 0312287542 (hardcover, 288 pages); ISBN: 0312309244 (paperback, 256 pages, Griffin, 2004). [disability]
Elizabeth Anderson & Pauline Emmons.
Unlocking the Mysteries of Sensory Dysfunction (Future Horizons, 1996). ISBN: 1885477252 . [disability]
Alfredo J. Artiles, editor, Alba A. Ortiz, editor & Jeffrey E. Griffin, editor.
English Language Learners With Special Education Needs: Identification, Assessment, and Instruction (Delta Systems Co, 2002). Part of the series Professional Practice Series, Center for Applied Linguistics. ISBN: 188774469X (paperback, 250 pages). [disability,se]
Bruce L. Baker, Alan J. Brightman, Jan B. Blacher & Louis J. Heifetz.
Steps to Independence: Teaching everyday skills to children with special needs, 3rd ed (Paul H. Brookes, 1997). Reader: helpful to us. ISBN: 1557662681 (400 pages). [disability,se,parent]
Bruce Baker & Alan Brightman.
Steps to Independence: A Skills Training Guide for Parents and Teachers of Children With Special Needs, 2nd ed (Paul H. Brookes, 1989). Revised and updated, Steps to Independence, Second Edition offers a step-by-step approach for teaching children with disabilities get ready, self-help, toilet training, play advanced self-care, home-care, and information skills needed to get along in the world. ISBN: 1557660069 . [disability,se,parent]
Jed E. Baker.
Social Skills Picture Book for High School and Beyond (Future Horizons, forthcoming). ISBN: 1932565353 (paperback, 250 pages, due November 1, 2006). [disability,social,adolescent]
James F. Balch & Phyllis A. Balch.
Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 2nd ed (Avery Pub Group, 1996). Third edition published in 2000. ISBN: 0895297272 (paperback, 600 pages). [disability,allergy]
James Balch & Phyllis Balch.
Prescription for Nutritional Healing. Parts are on autism. Second edition published in 1996. [disability,allergy]
Phyllis Balch & James Balch.
Prescription for Nutritional Healing: A Practical A-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, and Food Supplements, 3rd edition (Avery Penguin Putnam, 2000). ISBN: 1583330771 (paperback, 776 pages). [disability,allergy]
Barbara Bateman.
Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives (Paperback) (Attainment Co Inc, 2006). ISBN: 1578611490 (paperback, 136 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1578611492). [se,disability]
Ruth Weltmann Begun, editor.
Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities for Grades 4-6 (Jossey-Bass, 1996). ISBN: 0876288654 (spiral-bound, 280 pages); ISBN: 0876284748 (paperback, 240 pages, Jossey-Bass, 1998). [disability,social,se]
Ruth Weltmann Begun, editor.
Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities for Grades PreK-K (West Nyack, New York: The Center for Applied Research in Education, 1998). Published through Prentice-Hall. ISBN: 0876284721 (paperback, 240 pages); ISBN: 0876288638 (spiral-bound, Jossey Bass, 1995); ISBN: 078796638X (paperback, 29 pages, John Wiley 1995). [disability,social,se]
B. S. Bluma, M. Shearer, A. Frohman & J. Hillard.
Portage Guide to Early Education (Portage, WI: Co-operative Educational Service Agency, 1976). Guide to the "Portage" program for developmentally-disabled small children. [disability]
Berneen Bratt.
No Time for Jello: One Family's Experience with the Doman-Delacato Patterning Program (Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books, 1989). About a child with Cerebral Palsy, but of interest to anyone interested in using Doman-Delacato methodology in treating an autistic child. ISBN: 0914797565 (paperback, 201 pages). [disability,account,treatment]
Pearl S. Buck.
The Child Who Never Grew (Woodbine House, 1992). Reprint of book published in 1950. Account of child with PKU (a condition which sometimes includes autistic symptoms). ISBN: 0933149492 (paperback, 112 pages). [disability,account]
Robert Buist.
Food Chemical Sensitivity: What It Is and How to Cope With It (Avery Pub Group, 1986). ISBN: 0895293994 (paperback). [disability]
Celiac Sprue Association/United States of America.
Cooperative Gluten-Free Commercial Products Listing [disability,nutrition]
Jeanine G. Coleman.
The Early Intervention Dictionary: A Multidisciplinary Guide to Terminology (Woodbine House, 1993). ISBN: 093314962X (paperback, 337 pages). [disability,se]
Paul Cooper, editor.
Understanding and Supporting Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). ISBN: 1853026662 (paperback, 272 pages); ISBN: 1853026654 (hardcover). [disability]
Harris L. Coulter.
Vaccination, Social Violence, and Criminality: The Medical Assault on the American Brain. [disability,vaccine]
Harris L. Coulter & Barbara Loe Fisher.
A Shot in the Dark (1985). Discusses medical problems attributed to vaccinations/immunizations. ISBN: 089529463X (paperback, 246 pages, 1991). [disability]
William G. Crook.
Help for the Hyperactive Child: A Good-Sense Guide for Parents of Children with Hyperactivity, Attention Deficits and Other Behavior and Learning Problems (Professional Books, 1991). How-to book for elimination diets. ISBN: 0933478186 . [disability,parent]
William G. Crook.
The Yeast Connection Handbook (Professional Books, 1997). Illustrated by Cynthia Crook. ISBN: 0933478232 (273 pages). [disability,nutrition,treatment]
William G. Crook.
The Yeast Connection (Professional Books, 1989). Describes problems attributed to yeast imbalances in the body. ISBN: 0933478119 . [disability]
William G. Crook, Marjorie Hurt & R. N. Jones.
The Yeast Connection Cookbook: A Guide to Good Nutrition and Better Health (Nutri Books Corp, 1989). This book is recommended by many parents who are treating their autistic children for a possible yeast imbalance. The book describes people who have a variety of medical complaints (including many which can be viewed as characteristics of Autism) attributed to yeast imbalances in the body. There is a discussion in the book of a case of an Autistic child who measurably improved when treated for yeast. The book offers lists of what is OK to eat and what is not, and is full of delicious recipes for gluten free meals...waffles, pancakes, bread, cookies, etc. ISBN: 093347816X . [disability,nutrition]
William Crook, Laura Stevens & Cynthia P. Cook.
Solving the Puzzle of Your Hard to Raise Child (1987). 368 pages. Includes material on autism. ISBN: 039456054X . [disability]
Rosemary Crossley & Anne McDonald.
Annie's coming out (New York: Viking Penguin, 1984). Account of a child with cerebral palsy communicating through facilitated communication. Originally 1980, Penguin, London & Melbourne. ISBN: 0140056882 . [disability,fc,account]
Barbara Coyne Cutler.
Unraveling the Special Education Maze. ISBN: 0878222243 . [disability,se]
Barbara Coyne Cutler.
You, Your Child, and 'Special' Education: A Guide to Making the System Work (1983). ISBN: 1557661154 (paperback, 249 pages, reprint edition Paul H. Brookes, 1995). [disability,se]
Anthony Davids.
Child Personality and Psychopathology: current topics (1974). [disability]
Dennis Debbaudt.
Avoiding Unfortunate Situations. [disability]
Glenn Doman.
What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child (Doubleday, 1974). Explains Doman's patterning treatment of the brain. New edition was available in 1994 by Doman and Melton. ISBN: 0385021399 (hardcover, 312 pages); ISBN: 0224009346 (hardcover, 291 pages, Jonathan Cape, London, 1974); ISBN: 0944349242 (hardcover, Avery Pub Group, 1990); ISBN: 0871316293 (paperback, 291 pages, Gentle Revolution Press, 1991). [disability]
Glenn Doman & David Melton.
What to Do About Your Brain-Injured Child, New Edition (Avery Pub. Group, 1994). Update of Glenn Doman's book. The 2005 Square One editions are labeled "Revised and Updated", and the 2003 Gentle Revolution Press edition is labeled "30th Anniversary edition". I am presuming they are the 1994 version. ISBN: 0895295989 (294 pages); ISBN: 1591170222 (290 pages, hardcover, Gentle Revolution Press, 2003); ISBN: 1591170230 (318 pages, paperback, National Book Network, 2003); ISBN: 0757001874 (318 pages, hardcover, Square One Publishers, 2005); ISBN: 0757001866 (318 pages, paperback, Square One Publishers, 2005). [disability]
Anne M. Donnellan, Nanette Negri-Shoultz & Gary W. Lavigna.
Progress Without Punishment : Effective Approaches for Learners With Behavior Problems (Teachers College, 1988). Part of the series Special Education. ISBN: 0807729116 (paperback, 168 pages). [disability,se,behavioral]
Athena A. Drewes, editor, Lois J. Carey, editor & Charles E. Schaefer, editor.
School-Based Play Therapy (John Wiley & Sons, 2001). ISBN: 0471394025 . [disability,se,play]
Marshall Duke, Stephen Nowicki & Elisabeth Martin.
Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success (Peachtree Publishers, 1996). ISBN: 1561451266 (paperback, 181 pages). [disability,se,social]
V. Mark Durand.
Severe Behavior Problems: A Functional Communication Training Approach (The Guilford Press, 1990). Part of the series Treatment Manuals for Practitioners. ISBN: 0898622069 (hardcover, 183 pages); ISBN: 0898622174 (paperback, 183 pages, The Guilford Press, 2002). [disability,behavioral]
Lori Ernsperger & Tania Stegen-Hanson.
Just Take A Bite: Easy, Effective Answers to Food Aversions and Eating Challenges! (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 1932565124 (paperback, 236 pages). [general,nutrition,disability]
Cecilia A. Essau, editor & Franz Petermann, editor.
Developmental Psychopathology: Epidemiology, Diagnostics and Treatment (Routledge, 1997). ISBN: 9057021897 (hardcover, 496 pages); ISBN: 9057021900 (paperback, 496 pages, Routledge, 1997). [disability,medical]
Mary Falvey.
Community-Based Curriculum (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1989). [disability,se]
Helen Featherstone.
A Difference in the Family: Living with a Disabled Child (New York: Penguin, 1981). Covers the emotional issues facing a family with a child with any disability, but also deals specifically with autism at a number of points. Reader: thoughtful and moving. [disability]
Ronald S. Federici.
Help for the Hopeless Child (Dr. Ronald Federici & Associates, 1998). ISBN: 096671010X (212 pages). [disability]
Lydia Fegan, Anne Rauch & Wendy McCarthy.
Sexuality and People with Intellectual Disability (1993). ISBN: 1557661405 (hardcover, Paul H. Brooks, 1997). [disability]
Ben Feingold.
The Feingold Cookbook (New York: Random House, 1979). [disability,nutrition]
Richard M. Foxx & Nathan H. Azrin.
Toilet Training Persons with Developmental Disabilities: A Rapid Program for Day and Nighttime Independent Toileting (Research Press, 1993). ISBN: 0878220259 ; ISBN: 9995355620 (paperback). [disability,mr]
Lori A. Frost & Andrew S. Bondy.
The Picture Exchange Communication System Training Manual (Cherry Hill, NJ: Pyramid Educational Consultants, 1994). About PECS. See second edition. ISBN: 1928598013 (hardcover, 75 pages, 1996). [disability,se]
Lori Frost & Andrew Bondy.
PECS: The Picture Exchange Communication System, 2nd edition (Cherry Hill, NJ: Pyramid Educational Consultants, 2002). ISBN: 1928598056 (ring-bound, 396 pages [disability,se]
Allan Gardyne.
50 Fabulous Gluten-Free Recipes Electronic recipe book. [disability,nutrition]
Barbara Gill.
Changed by a Child: companion notes for parents of a child with a disability (Doubleday, 1997). The mother of a Down Syndrome reports her feelings for the benefit of other parents of children with disabilities. ISBN: 0385482426 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0385482434 (paperback, 336 pages, Doubleday, 1998). [disability,parent,account]
Timothy M. Gilmour, Paul Madaule & Billie Thompson, ed.
About the Tomatis Method (Toronto, Ontario: The Listening Centre Press, 1988). Series of articles. ISBN: 0921568002 . [disability,treatment,ait]
Arnold P. Goldstein & Ellen McGinnis.
Skillstreaming the Adolescent: New Strategies and Perspectives for Teaching Prosocial Skills (Research Press, 1997). Revised edition. ISBN: 0878223711 (paperback); ISBN: 087822369X (paperback). [disability,social,se]
Arnold P. Goldstein, Robert P. Sprafkin, N. Jane Gershaw & Paul Klein.
Skillstreaming the Adolescent: A Structured Learning Approach to Teaching Prosocial Skills (1980). ISBN: 0878222057 . [disability,social,se]
Joan F. Goodman & Robert Coles.
When Slow is Fast Enough: Educating the Delayed Preschool Child (Guilford Press, 1992). About early intervention programs for developmentally disabled children, including autistic children. ISBN: 0898627931 (hardcover, 306 pages); ISBN: 0898624916 (paperback, 306 pages, 1993). [disability,se,preschool]
Ross W. Greene.
The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, 'Chronically Inflexible' Children (NY: HarperCollins, 1998). Cites examples from Tourette's & ADHD, but mentions PDD, but should apply to children with autism or Asperger's Syndrome. Reader: Very highly recommended. ISBN: 0060175346 (hardcover, 342 pages); ISBN: 0060931027 (paperback, 336 pages, HarperCollins, 2001); ISBN: 0694521906 (abridged audio cassette, HarperCollins, 1999). [disability,parent]
Stanley I. Greenspan.
Infancy and Early Childhood: The Practice of Clinical Assessment and Intervention with Emotional and Developmental Challenges (Madison, CT: International University Press, 1992). ISBN: 0823626334 (hardcover). [disability]
Stanley I. Greenspan & Beryl Lieff Benderly.
The Growth of the Mind: And the Endangered Origins of Intelligence (Addison-Wesley, 1997). First sentence is "Perhaps the most vivid understanding of the fundamental way emotions influence cognitive growth comes from observing autistic children." ISBN: 0201483025 (paperback, 384 pages, HarperCollins, 1998); ISBN: 0738200263 (paperback, 384 pages, Perseus Publishing, 1998). [disability,se]
Stanley I. Greenspan & Jacqueline Salmon.
The Challenging Child: Understanding, Raising, and Enjoying the Five "Difficult" Types of Children (Addison-Wesley, 1995). Describes the self-absorbed or inattentive child. ISBN: 0201441934 (paperback, Perseus Press, 1996). [disability,se]
Jane Gregory.
Bringing Up a Challenging Child at Home: When Love is Not Enough (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2000). ISBN: 1853028746 (paperback, 192 pages). [disability,account]
Bette Hagman.
The Gluten Free Gourmet Cooks Fast and Healthy: Wheat Free with Less Fuss and Fat (Henry Holt, 1996). ISBN: 0805039805 ; ISBN: 0805039813 (paperback, 396 pages, Henry Holt, 1997); ISBN: 0805065253 (paperback, due June 2000). [disability,nutrition]
Bette Hagman.
The Gluten-Free Gourmet: Living Well without Wheat (Henry Holt, 1990). Cookbook for preparing meals that avoid gluten. New edition coming out in 2000. ISBN: 0805012109 (hardcover, 235 pages); ISBN: 0805018352 (paperback, Henry Holt, 1991). [disability,nutrition]
Bette Hagman.
The Gluten-Free Gourmet: Living Well without Wheat, 2nd ed (Henry Holt, 2000). New edition. ISBN: 0805064842 (paperback, 272 pages). [disability,nutrition]
Bette Hagman.
More from the Gluten-Free Gourmet: Delicious Dining Without Wheat (Henry Holt, 1993). Companion to The Gluten-Free Gourment. ISBN: 0805023240 ; ISBN: 0805023232 (paperback, 396 pages, 1994); ISBN: 0805065245 (paperback, due June 2000). [disability,nutrition]
Bette Hagman & Peter H. R. Green.
The Gluten-Free Gourmet Bakes Bread: More than 200 Wheat-Free Recipes (Henry Holt, 1999). ISBN: 0805060774 (hardcover, 284 pages); ISBN: 0805060782 (paperback, 284 pages, Owl Books, 2000). [disability,nutrition]
Nancy Hallaway & Zigurts Strauts.
Turning Lead into Gold: How Heavy Metal Poising Can Affect Your Child and How to Prevent and Treat It (New Star Books, 1996). Discusses medical problems attributed to poisoning from lead and other heavy metals along with prevention and treatment. ISBN: 0921586515 (paperback, 216 pages). [disability]
Susan Hartley & John Stewart.
The Professional's Guide to Estate Planning for Families of Individuals with Disabilities (1993). [disability]
Susan Hartley, John Stewart & Margo Tesch.
Estate Planning for Families of Persons with Disabilities (Life Plan Trust). [disability]
Sharon Heller.
Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do If You Are Sensory Defensive in an Overstiumulating World (HarperCollins, 2002). ISBN: 0060195207 (hardcover, 380 pages); ISBN: 0060932929 (paperback, 384 pages, Quill, 2003). [disability]
David Hewett.
Challenging Behaviour: Principles and Practice (London: David Fulton, 1998). Based on the principle that it should be possible to respond to the most challenging behaviour in a way which is still positive and respectful. Includes case histories and examples. Detailed practical advice and tips, including advice on issues like how to keep calm and control one's own behaviour in frightening, frustrating or explosive situations. Reader: superb. ISBN: 1853464511 (paperback). [disability]
Meme Hieneman, Karen Childs & Jane Sergay.
Parenting with Positive Behavior Support: A Practical Guide to Resolving Your Child's Difficult Behavior (Brookes Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1557668655 (paperback, 192 pages). [disability,parent,behavioral]
Camilla K. Hileman.
Point... Click... & Learn. Guide to educational software programs for individuals with developmental disabilities. Available from Future Horizons. [disability]
Hal Huggins.
It's All In Your Head: The Link Between Mercury Amalgams and Illness (Avery Pub Group, 1993). About to mercury/amalgam fillings. ISBN: 0895295504 (paperback, 194 pages). [disability]
Helen Irlen.
Reading by the colors: Overcoming Dyslexia and Other Reading Disabilities Through the Irlen Method (New York: Avery Pub Group, 1991). Not particularly geared toward autism and asperger's. ISBN: 0895294826 (paperback, 195). [disability]
Brian A. Iwata, ed..
Behavior Analysis in Development Disabilities, 3rd Edition (Journal of Applied Behavior, 1997). ISBN: 1882018036 (paperback, 900 pages). [disability,behavioral]
Hillary Johnson.
Osler's Web: Inside the Labyrinth of The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Epidemic (Crown, 1996). An investigative report. ISBN: 051770353X (hardcover); ISBN: 0140263470 (paperback, 736 pages, Penguin, 1997). [disability]
Nancy M. Johnson-Martin, Bonnie Hacker & Susan M. Attermeier.
The Carolina Curriculum for Preschoolers with Special Needs (Paul H. Brookes, 1990). ISBN: 9992609206 ; ISBN: 1557660328 (paperback, 334 pages). [se,disability]
Marjorie Hurt Jones.
The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook: Over 325 Natural Food Recipes, Free of Wheat, Milk, Eggs, Corn, Yeast, Sugar and Other Common Food Allergens. Gives over 300 recipes free of all the most common allergens. ISBN: 0875961096 (paperback, Rodale Press, 1992); ISBN: 051712002X (Outlet, 1994). [disability,nutrition]
Susan L. Kasser.
Inclusive Games (Human Kinetics). ISBN: 0873226399 (paperback, 120 pages). [disability,se]
James M. Kauffman.
Characteristics of emotional and behavioral disorders of children and youth, 6th ed. (New York: Macmillan, 1996). ISBN: 0135159741 (hardcover, 612 pages). [disability]
Stanley D. Klein, editor & John D. Kemp, editor.
Reflections from a Different Journey: What Adults with Disabilities Wish All Parents Knew (McGraw-Hill, 2004). ISBN: 0071422692 (hardcover, 224 pages). [disability,general]
Lynn Kern Koegel, Robert L. Koegel & Glen Dunlap, ed..
Positive Behavioral Support: Including People with Difficult Behavior in the Community (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1996). Includes material on autism. ISBN: 1557662282 (paperback, 582 pages). [disability,behavioral]
Carol Stock Kranowitz.
The Out-Of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids With Sensory Integration Dysfunction (Perigee, 2003). ISBN: 0399528431 (paperback, 352 pages). [disability,si]
Carol Stock Kranowitz.
The Out-Of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping With Sensory Integration Dysfunction (Perigee, 1998). Forward by Larry B. Silver. Reader: best book on sensory integration. ISBN: 0399523863 (paperback, 322 pages). [disability,si]
Carol Stock Kranowitz, Stacey Szklut, Elizabeth Haber, Lynn Balzer-Martin & Deanna Iris Sava.
Answers to Questions Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration (Sensory Resources, 2001). ISBN: 1931615039 (paperback, 63 pages). [disability,si,se]
Roy B. Kupsinel.
A Patient's Guide to Mercury-Amalgam Toxicity. paperback, 75 pages. [disability,general]
Jackie Lewis & Debbie Wilson.
Pathways to Learning in Rett Syndrome (London: David Fulton, 1998). A guide to the educational needs of people with Rett syndrome. ISBN: 185346533X (paperback, 144 pages). [disability,se]
Barbro Lindberg.
Understanding Rett Syndrome: A Practical Guide for Parents, Teachers and Therapists (Hogrefe and Huber Publishers, 1990). With a foreword by Andreas Rett. Reader: The sort of book that should be a model for any writing about severely disabled people - thoughtful and full of sensitivity. ISBN: 3456818688 (hardcover); ISBN: 0889370338 (hardcover, 184 pages, 1994). [disability,parent,se]
Barbro Lindberg.
Understanding Rett Syndrome: A Practical Guide for Parents, Teachers, And Therapists, 2nd Rev edition (Hogrefe & Huber Publishing). ISBN: 088937306X (hardcover, 187 pages, 2006). [disability]
Deborah J. Lobato.
Brothers, Sisters and Special Needs: Information and Activities for Helping Young Siblings of Children With Chronic Illnesses and Developmental Disabilities (Paul H. Brookes, 1990). ISBN: 1557660433 (paperback, 213 pages). [disability,family]
G. Reid Lyon, ed. & Judith M. Rumsey, ed..
Neuroimaging: A Window to the Foundations of Learning and Behavior in Children (Paul H. Brookes, 1996). Chapter 6 is on autism. ISBN: 1557662568 (hardcover). [disability]
Zoe Mailloux, ed.
Sensory Integrative Approaches In Occupational Therapy (New York: Haworth Press, 1987). ISBN: 0866566651 (hardcover, 179 pages). [disability,ot]
Darlene Mannix.
Life Skills Activities for Special Children (Jossey-Bass, 2002). ISBN: 0876285477 (paperback, 368 pages). [disability]
Darlene Mannix.
Social Skills Activities for Special Children (Jossey-Bass, 2002). ISBN: 0876288689 (paperback, 416 pages). [disability,social]
Darlene Mannix.
Social Skills Activities: for Secondary Students with Special Needs (Center for Applied Research in Education, 1997). ISBN: 0876288964 (spiral-bound, 352 pages); ISBN: 0130429066 (paperback, 262 pages, Jossey-Bass, 2002). [disability,social]
Garry Martin & Joseph Pear.
Behavior Modification: What it is and how to do it, 6th edition (Prentice-Hall, 1998). Textbook. ISBN: 0130807427 (paperback, 444 pages). [behavioral,disability]
Eric J. Mash, editor & Russell A. Barkely, editor.
Treatment of Childhood Disorders, 2nd edition (New York: Guilford Press, 1998). ISBN: 1572302763 (hardcover, 771 pages). [disability]
Kim Mataya.
AAC Activities for Those with Moderate to Severe Disabilities 98-1 [disability]
John J. McGee & Frank J. Menolascino.
Beyond Gentle Teaching: A Nonaversive Approach to Helping Those in Need (Plenum Pub Corp, 1991). ISBN: 0306438569 (hardcover). [disability]
Ellen McGinnis & Arnold P. Goldstein.
Skillstreaming in Early Childhood: Teaching Prosocial Skills to the Preschool and Kindergarten Child (Champaign, Illinois: Research Press, 1990). Step by step instructions for carrying out various social activities. Includes simple drawings. ISBN: 0878223207 (paperback); ISBN: 0878223215 (paperback). [disability,social,se]
Ellen McGinnis & Arnold P. Goldstein.
Skillstreaming the Elementary School Child: A Guide for Teaching Prosocial Skills (Research Pr. Co., 1984). 246 pages. Also: Pro-Ed. Aimed at grades 1-5. Reader: excellent book for social skills. ISBN: 0878222359 . [disability,social,se]
Ellen McGinnis & Arnold P. Goldstein.
Skillstreaming the Elementary School Child: New Strategies and Perspectives for Teaching Prosocial Skills (Research Press, 1997). New edition of the 1984 work. ISBN: 087822372X (paperback). [disability,social,se]
David Melton.
Todd: The Story of a Brain-Injured Child (Frewin, 1969). Part of the series Gentle Revolution. It is a Father's story about his son who underwent Doman-Delacato treatment for sensory problems. ISBN: 0090963504 (208 pages); ISBN: 0936676523 (hardcover, Better Baby Press, 1985); ISBN: 093667654X (hardcover, revised). [disability,account]
Donald J. Meyer, Patricia F. Vadasy & Cary Pillo, illustrator.
Sibshops: Workshops for Siblings of Children with Special Needs (Paul H. Brookes, 1994). Description & guide for a type of siblings support program. ISBN: 1557661693 (paperback, 237 pages). [disability,family]
Alice Miller.
Banished Knowledge: Facing Childhood Injuries, rev. ed. (London: Virago). Includes short section claiming that autism is the fault of abusive and unloving parents. Reader's comment: poisonous. ISBN: 1860493483 (paperback, 186 pages, 1997). [disability]
Susan Martins Miller.
Reading Too Soon (Elmhurst, Illinois: Center for Speech and Language Disorders, 1993). About hyperlexia. ISBN: 0963792105 (paperback). [disability]
Jonathan Mooney & David Cole.
Learning Outside the Lines: Two Ivy League Students With Learning Disabilities and ADHD Give You the Tools for Academic Success and Educational Revolution (Fireside, 2000). The authors, who have ADHD, writes about their own experience. ISBN: 068486598X (paperback, 288 pages). [disability,account]
David A. Morton III.
How to Qualify for Social Security Disability (Fine Books, 1992). ISBN: 0963446401 . [disability]
Christopher Nolan.
Under the eye of the clock. About using facilitated communication with cerebral palsy. ISBN: 1559705124 (paperback, 176 pages, due March 2000); ISBN: 1850897875 (audio cassette, 1994). [disability,fc,account]
Stephen Nowicki, Jr. & Marshall Duke.
Will I Ever Fit In? The Breakthrough Program for Conquering Adult Dyssemia (Free Press, 2002). ISBN: 0743202597 (hardcover, 256 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0743202596). [disability,social,adult]
Stephen Nowicki & Marshall P. Duke.
Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit in (Peachtree Publishers, 1992). ISBN: 1561450251 (paperback, 178 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1561450251). [disability,se,social]
Kevin J. O'Connor.
The Play Therapy Primer (John Wiley & Sons, 2000). ISBN: 0471248738 . [disability,se,play]
Robert E. O'Neill, Robert H. Horner, Richard A. Albin, Keith Storey & Jeffrey R. Sprague.
Functional Assessment and Program Development for Problem Behavior: A Practical Handbook, 2nd edition (Wadsworth Publishing, 1996). Perhaps the 2nd edition of the 1990 book by the same authors that had a different title. ISBN: 0534260225 (paperback, 123 pages). [disability]
Robert E. O'Neill, Robert H. Horner, Richard W. Albin, Keith Storey & Jeffrey R. Sprague.
Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior: A Practical Assessment Guide (Sycamore, IL.: Sycamore Publishing Company, 1990). ISBN: 0962523321 (paperback). [disability]
Nathan E. Ory.
Working with People with Challenging Behavior: A guide for caregivers and educators. ISBN: 0968456502 (spiral-bound, 268 pages, CBAC, 1995). [disability]
Bruce F. Pennington.
Diagnosing Learning Disorders: A Neuropsychological Framework (The Guilford Press, 1991). ISBN: 0898625637 (hardcover, 224 pages.). [disability,se]
Robert Perske & Martha Perske, illustrator.
Circles of Friends: People With Disabilities and Their Friends Enrich the Lives of One Another (Abingdon Press, 1988). ISBN: 0687083907 (paperback, 94 pages). [disability]
Benjamin Polis.
Only a Mother Could Love Him: Attention Deficit Disorder (Hats Off Books, 2002). The author, who has ADD, writes about his own experience. ISBN: 1587360950 (paperback, 180 pages); ISBN: 1740081692 (paperback, 167 pages, Add Help Guide, 2003). [disability,account]
Thomas H. Powell & Peggy Ahrenhold Gallagher.
Brothers and Sisters: A Special Part of Exceptional Families (Baltimore, Maryland: Paul H. Brookes, 1993). ISBN: 1557661103 (paperback, 291 pages, 2nd edition). [disability]
Sally Ramsey.
The Cheerful Chemist's No Casein, No Gluten, Sugar Optional Cookbook. paperback, 51 pages. [disability,allergy]
Judith Rapoport.
The Boy Who Couldn't Stop Washing: The Experience and Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (Plume, 1991). ISBN: 0452263654 (paperback, 272 pages); ISBN: 0451172027 (paperback, New American Library, 1997). [disability]
Doris Rapp.
Is This Your Child's World? How You Can Fix the Schools and Homes That Are Making Your Children Sick. (Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1996). 635 pages. ISBN: 0553105132 ; ISBN: 1880509059 ; ISBN: 0553378678 (paperback, 656 pages, 1997). [disability,allergy]
Doris Rapp.
Is This Your Child? Discovering and treating unrecognized allergies (New York: William Morrow, 1991). Discusses behavior attributed to allergies. ISBN: 0688086233 ; ISBN: 0688119077 (paperback, 626 pages). [disability,allergy]
Mark A. Reinecke, editor, Frank M. Dattilio, editor & Arthur Freeman, editor.
Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents: A Casebook for Clinical Practice. See 2nd edition. ISBN: 1572300221 (hardcover, 416 pages, Guilford Press, 1996). [disability]
Mark A. Reinecke, editor, Frank M. Dattilio, editor & Arthur Freeman, editor.
Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents: A Casebook for Clinical Practice, 2nd edition (Guilford Press, 2003). ISBN: 1572308532 (hardcover, 475 pages). [disability]
Laurence R. Sargent.
Social Skills for School and Community: Systematic Instruction for Children and Youth With Cognitive Delays (Des Moines, Iowa: The Division on Mental Retardation of the Council for Exceptional Children, 1991). ISBN: 0685520870 (paperback); ISBN: 086586313X (paperback, 1998, revised edition). [mr,disability,se]
Catherine Chemin Schneider.
Sensory Secrets: How to Jump-Start Learning in Children (Concerned Communications). ISBN: 0936785950 (paperback, 160 pages). [disability,si]
Sue Schwartz.
The New Language of Toys: Teaching Communication Skills to Children With Special Needs, a Guide for Parents and Teachers (Woodbine House, 2004). ISBN: 1890627488 (paperback, 249 pages). [disability,se]
Naomi Scott.
Special Needs, Special Horses: A Guide To The Benefits Of Therapeutic Riding (University of North Texas Press, 2005). Part of the series Practical Guide Series. Volume 4 of the series. ISBN: 157441190X (hardcover, 224 pages); ISBN: 1574411926 (paperback, 224 pages). [disability]
Bruce Semon & Lori Kornbloom.
Feast Without Yeast: Four Stages to Better Health (Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition, 1999). ISBN: 0967005701 (paperback, 400 pages, 2002). [disability,allergy]
Jack P. Shonkoff, editor & Samuel J. Meisels, editor.
Handbook of Early Childhood Intervention, 2nd edition (Cambridge University Press, 2000). ISBN: 052158471X (hardcover, 734 pages); ISBN: 0521585732 (paperback, 733 pages, Cambridge University Press, 2000). [disability]
Laurence M. Siegel.
The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child, 3rd Edition (Nolo Press, 2004). ISBN: 1413300170 (paperback, 300 pages). [se,disability,parent,advocacy]
Lawrence M. Siegel.
The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child (Nolo Press, 2001). See newer edition. ISBN: 0873376072 (paperback, 300 pages). [se,disability,parent,advocacy]
Robin Simons.
After the Tears: Parents Talk About Raising a Child with a Disability (Harcourt Brace, 1987). ISBN: 0156029006 (paperback, 89 pages); ISBN: 0151039631 (hardcover, 89 pages). [disability,parent,account]
Patricia L. Sitlington & Gary M. Clark.
Transition Education and Services for Students with Disabilities, 4th Edition (Allyn & Bacon, 2005). ISBN: 020541642X (hardcover, 432 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0205416424). [disability]
Karen A. Smith & Karen R. Gouze.
The Sensory-Sensitive Child: Practical Solutions for Out-of-Bound Behavior (HarperResource, 2004). ISBN: 006052717X (hardcover, 304 pages); ISBN: 0060527188 (paperback, 304 pages, HarperResource, due May 1, 2005). [disability]
Thomas Sowell.
The Einstein Syndrome: Bright Children Who Talk Late (Basic Books, 2001). ISBN: 0465081401 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 046508141X (paperback, 256 pages, Basic Books, 2002). [general,disability]
Thomas Sowell.
Late-Talking Children (HarperCollins, 1997). ISBN: 0465038344 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0465038352 (paperback, 224 pages, Basic Books, 1998). [general,disability,account]
Herman Spitz.
Nonconscious Movements: From Mystical Messages to Facilitated Communication (Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1997). Skeptical of FC. 202 pages. ISBN: 0805825649 (paperback, 202 pages); ISBN: 0805825630 (hardcover). [fc,disability]
Susan Strauss.
Is it Well With the Child? A Parent's Guide to Raising a Mentally Handicapped Child (1975). ISBN: 0385053002 . [disability,parent]
Sue Thompson.
The Source for Nonverbal Learning Disorders (LinguiSystems, Inc., 1997). Formerly known as I Shouldn't Have To Tell You: A Guide to Understanding Nonverbal Learning Disorders ISBN: 0760601631 (spiral bound, 182 pages). [disability,se]
Janet Tod & Mike Blamires.
Speech and Language (David Fulton, 1999). Part of the series Individual Education Plans. ISBN: 1853465224 (paperback, 112 pages). [disability,se]
Boys Town.
Basic Social Skills for Youth: A Handbook from Boys Town (Boys Town Press, 1997). Outlines eight social skills. Reader: real basic steps. ISBN: 0938510398 (paperback, 38 pages). [disability,social,se]
Edmond L. Truelove & Doris J. Stiefel.
Dental treatment of the patient with a developmental disability (University of Washington, School of Dentistry, 1985). Four units include one on autism. [disability]
Henry Turkel.
Medical Treatment of Downs Syndrome and Genetic Diseases (1985). 402 pages. [medical,disability]
H. Rutherford Turnbull, Ann P. Turnbull, G. J. Bronicki, Jean Ann Summers & Constance Roeder-Gordon.
Disability and the Family (Paul H. Brookes, 1989). 405 pages. [disability]
Diane Twachtman-Cullen & Jennifer Twachtman-Reilly.
How Well Does Your IEP Measure Up? (Starfish Specialty Press, 2002). ISBN: 0966652924 (paperback, 250 pages). [disability,se]
Nancy B. Tyler, ed.
Sensory Integration Topics: faculty reviews (Pasadena, Calif.: Center for the Study of Sensory Integrative Dysfunction, 1980). 70 pages. [disability,ot]
Martha Welch.
Holding Time: How to Eliminate Conflict, Temper Tantrums, & Sibling Rivalry (Fireside, 1989). A book on holding therapy ISBN: 0671688782 (paperback). [disability]
Louise Wilson.
This Stranger, My Son; A Mother's Story (Putnam, 1968). This book is about a child with schizophrenia. At one time, autism was often labeled "childhood schizophrenia", but this story does not report about an autistic child. ISBN: 0451113012 ; ISBN: 9998449456 ; ISBN: 0719518717 ; ISBN: 0399107975 . [disability,account]
D. L. Wodrich & S. A. Kush.
Children's Psychological Testing: A Guide for Nonpsychologists, 2nd ed (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1990). Third edition is available (below). [disability]
David L. Wodrich.
Children's Psychological Testing: A Guide for Nonpsychologists, 3rd ed (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1997). ISBN: 1557662770 (paperback, 400 pages). [disability]
Joseph Wolpe.
Behavior Therapy in Psychiatric Practice. ISBN: 008021147X . [disability,behavioral]
Joseph Wolpe.
The Practice of Behavior Therapy (Allyn & Bacon, 1990). Part of the series Pergamon General Psychology. ISBN: 0205145140 . [disability,behavioral]
Joseph Wolpe.
Theme and Variations: A Behavior Therapy Casebook. ISBN: 0080204228 . [disability,behavioral]
Peter W. D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright.
From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide (Harbor House Law Press, 2001). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320088 (paperback, 400 pages). [disability,se,advocacy]
Peter W. D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright.
From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide, 2nd Edition (Harbor House Law Press, 2006). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320096 (paperback, 311 pages). [disability,se,advocacy]
Peter W. D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright.
Special Education Law (Harbor House Law Press, 1999). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320037 (paperback, 386 pages). [disability,se,law]
Peter W. D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright.
Special Education Law, 2nd Edition (Harbor House Law Press, 2007). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320169 (paperback, 446 pages). [disability,se,law]
Susan Zimmermann.
Grief Dancers: a journey into the depths of the soul (Colorado: Nemo Press, 1996). An account by a mother of coming to terms with her daughter's Rett syndrome. ISBN: 0965269523 (paperback, 245 pages). [disability,account]