This book is aimed at parents and professionals who support and care for children and adults with autism.This lite edition contains approximately 40% of the full edition. Despite being a lighter read, this is a powerful book that is packed with ideas and information, potentially transforming the quality of an autistic persons life and those that support them.
Staff Training and Special Educational Needs (Routledge Library Editions: Special Educational Needs) (Volume 56)
First published in 1991. This work is about training and special education needs in the international arena. The book was commissioned as a result of the 1990 International Special Education Conference in Cardiff. The contributors, from the USA, Canada, Africa and the United Kingdom, have focused on innovative approaches to staff training. The identification of a contribution as innovatory has been done on the basis of either the description of an alternative method of planning or delivery, a focus of a frequently ignored client group or in relation to the existence of specific problems which affect the provision of training.
Why should the rich have all the wealth? From London to Monte Carlo to San Remo to Shanghai, lady's maid Jane Hoskins (Greer Garson) is out to grab her share of the good life. Passing herself off as noblewoman Lady Loverly and teaming with an accomplice (Michael Wilding) who sometimes poses as a butler, she uses beauty and guile to fleece the well-to-do. But during a stay at the home of prominent San Francisco doyenne (Marjorie Main), the lady's feelings for a Spanish royal (Fernando Lama) may cause her scheme's silken strings to unravel. The Law and the Lady brings a light-fingered, lighthearted touch to Frederick Lonsdale's famed drawing-room comedy The Lady of Mrs. Cheyney, adapted earlier for the screen in 1929 with Norma Shearer and in 1937 with Joan Crawford. Packed with wit and charm, it is rare (with Garson in an atypical comic role) treat.When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
The Remaking of Social Contracts: Feminists in a Fierce New World
Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN) argues that social contracts must be recreated if they are to fulfil the promise of human rights. In The Remaking of Social Contracts, leading thinkers and activists address a wide range of concerns - global economic governance, militarism, ecological tipping points, the nation state, movement-building, sexuality and reproduction, and religious fundamentalism. These themes are of wide-ranging importance for the survival and well-being of us all, and reflect the many dimensions and inter-connectedness of our lives. Using feminist lenses, the book puts forward a holistic and radical understanding of the synergies, tensions and contradictions between social movements and global, regional and local power structures and processes, and it points to other alternatives and possibilities for this fierce new world.
Special Education in Britain after Warnock (Routledge Library Editions: Special Educational Needs) (Volume 57)
First published in 1988. With the Education Reform Act 1988 firmly in place and impacting upon the education of children and young people with Special Educational Needs, this book examines the issues that arose from its implementation. It aims to promote debate as well as providing a record of the achievements in practice, policy and provision in Britain since the Warnock Committee reported. The challenges which remain or have been created since the introduction of the Education Act 1981 are also discussed.
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