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17/11/2010
Creating Non-Aggressive School Cultures - Includes CD-Rom Elizabeth Smith, Jan Sargeant & Tina Rae - Published October 2010 Both research and anecdotal evidence tell us that bullying affects the lives of many of our children and young people. Working together in partnership to reduce bullying in our schools and communities is crucial. The difference it could make to just one child or young person’s life is a difference worth making.
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17/11/2010
A Practical Workbook Martin Simmons & Peter Daw - Published October 2010 This book contains a selection of comprehensive self-help programmes for people who suffer from anxiety, depression and the effects of stress. This book is written in the belief that all human beings possess the capacity to influence and change their lives. Moreover, solving peronsal problems is a skill and like any other skill must be learned and mastered through experience. It teaches the reader the necessary skills and then guides the use of those skills through organised action plans and practical self help programs. Allows clients to work on their own problems and at their own pace. Solving personal problems is a skill to be learnt just like any other. Recognising this, Martin Simmons and Peter Daw have outlined a series of practical self-help programmes proven to help people who suffer from stress, anxiety or depression.
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17/11/2010
A Guide for Students with Disabilities and Their Families Susan Yellin and Christina Cacioppo Bertsch - Published October 2010 Graduating high school and moving on to further education or the workplace brings with it a whole new set of challenges, and this is especially true for students with disabilities. This useful book provides a complete overview of the issues such students and their families will need to consider, and outlines the key skills they will need in order to succeed once they get there. The authors describe the legal landscape as it applies to students with disabilities, and how to obtain the proper disability documentation to ensure that the student receives the right support and accommodations in college.
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17/11/2010
How People with Autism Learn Wendy Lawson Foreword by Rita Jordan & Lisa Simone - Published October 2010 In entirely accessible terms, Wendy Lawson lays out her groundbreaking theory of Single Attention and Associated Cognition in Autism (SAACA), an approach that explains autism in terms of the unique learning style of individuals on the autism spectrum.
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17/11/2010
The Quiet Mind- Photo-Based Therapeutic Activities for Anxiety, ADD/ADHD and more: • For Children, Teens and Adults • Easy and Ready To Use Activities • Includes Book and CD • Scientifically Developed and Tested Price: AUD - $76.95AUD - (Includes GST, postage & handling) NZ - $78.87 AUD - approx. $102.53 NZD (includes postage & handling)
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07/10/2010
If you are a girl, aged between 10 -16 come along and get involved in some of these activites.
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30/08/2010
LOW COST HEALTH CARE SERVICES
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03/05/2010
The Big Issue is a not-for profit organisation that publishes a magazine sold by marginalized or disadvantaged people known as ‘vendors’. Authorised vendors purchase the magazine for $2.50 and sell it for $5.00, making a clear 100 % profit. Selling the magazine also boosts vendors’ self-esteem and independence. It has a positive effect on their lives and is reflected in The Big Issue motto: “helping people help themselves”. For purchasers of the magazine it really is a good read for a good deed.
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22/04/2010
We provide free legal advice to people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. PILCH - Homeless persons legal clinic 92 Cox Road, Corio
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02/09/2009
Headroom contains information for young people between the ages of six to eighteen years, their parents and friends, health and youth professionals, or anyone who works with young people. It includes lots of information to promote the positive mental health of children and young people.
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02/09/2009
If you have come to the headspace website looking for advice and information to help you with issues that you or a friend might be facing - you are not alone. Did you know that 20% of young people turn to the internet as their first step on the pathway to getting help? That's why we at headspace have put a lot of time and effort into making sure the information we provide is trustworthy, reliable and accurate. Our materials are regularly checked by health professionals.
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