Possessing the Secret of Joy – novel by Alice Walker dedicated 'with tenderness and respect to the blameless vulva'

Possessing the Secret of Joy – novel by Alice Walker dedicated 'with tenderness and respect to the blameless vulva'

Publisher: When Alice Walker finished writing The Color Purple she realised that she needed to tell the story of Tashi, a minor character, who had 'left Africa but had taken her wound with her to America'.

This is Tashi's story, told in her words and the voices of the people who loved her. This ext

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International review of literature about disabled children's need for stability and permanence when removed from parents

Children who have been removed from their parents need stability and permanence; this is as true for disabled children as it is for others. Yet many children are subject to extended periods of uncertainty and instability. Growing attention has been paid to the need to achieve permanence within a tim

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Positive Behavior Supports for Adults with Disabilities in Employment, Community, and Residential Settings: Practical Strategies that Work. Book by Keith Storey and Michal Post

Professor Keith Storey writes: We have tried to make this a practical how-to text for service providers.  The format, readability, and detailed descriptions make it a resource for those responsible for providing positive behavior supports in employment, community, and residential settings.

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Wired Child: Debunking Popular Technology Myths – new book by Dr Richard Freed and including common-sense tools to protect children

Wired Child: Debunking Popular Technology Myths – new book by Dr Richard Freed and including common-sense tools to protect children

Amazon: Claims that technology brings families closer together seem out of sync with kids who retreat to their mobile devices for hours at a time. Assurances of amazing technology learning opportunities are contradicted by kids' obsessive use of entertainment technologies—video games, social network

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Health Promotion For People With Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities - book by Laurence Taggart and other contributors

Amazon: This book offers a wide range of health and social care professionals the knowledge and strategies to address key issues, enabling and empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to enjoy healthier lives.

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