Jun 14

Sarah Ismail’s little PDF e-book of disability poetry, collected from her writings from college courses and her personal blog, was inspired and informed by her experiences as well as those of her disabled friends. In it we learn of her struggle for inclusion in a “regular” classroom, her longing to wear high heels, and how the occasional careless comment propels her forward on her rubber wheels. Of the collection, Sarah says:

I hope that DisAbled readers will be able to see parts of their lives, and their own thoughts, feelings and opinions, in this book, and that mainstream readers might learn something from these poems about our lives, thoughts and feelings.

Listen To The Silence is available to download exclusively from Same Difference, for £2.

Jun 08

This book provides pre- and in-service teachers with information on the ability of schools to include and treat students with speech, language, and hearing problems, and on the role the teacher should play in this process. The newest edition of Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders provides information regarding speech, language, and hearing disorders that is essential knowledge for both future and in-service teachers. This book provides answer… More >>

Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders: A Guide for the Teacher

Jun 07

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Speaking, Reading, and Writing in Children with Language Learning Disabilities: New Paradigms in Research and Practice

May 31

Sharing the experience of bringing up a child with non verbal learning disability (NLD), this warm and accessible book offers advice on subjects ranging across diagnosis and therapy, children’s interaction with each other, suitable activities for a child with and how to discuss NLD with children. An essential guide, this book will reassure, advise and inform parents and professionals who work with children with NLD…. More >>

A Special Kind Of Brain: Living With Nonverbal Learning Disability

May 26

This program reports on creative technologies that are being used to help people with autism, traumatic brain injuries, and learning and speech disabilities. Temple Grandin, the autistic woman with a Ph.D. in animal science, explains her “squeeze machine” which uses deep pressure therapy to help ease the hyperacute sensory dysfunction that often accompanies autism. Renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks shares his views on how people with autism can find meaning in their… More >>

Breaking the Silence Barrier – Technologies to Help Autism, Traumatic Brain Injuries and Learning and Speech Disabilities

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