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Contents include: What's inside you? Why do people eat? What makes you ill? Where do babies come from? Why are people different?
A colourful book answering questions about the body such as: How do fingers work? Where does food go? How many bones do we have? And what holds the skeleton together? Includes a glossary of 'Body Words'.
The complexity of the human brain is presented in a way that is precise, accurate and easily understood.
This book introduces the digestive system and shows how food slips and slides through the body.
An illustrated flip flap book explaining how we see, hear, taste, smell and touch.
Written and illustrated specifically to teach adolescent children about G-CSF (Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor) therapy, why it is necessary, how it works in the body, how it is given, and how he/she will be able to participate in giving their own G-CSF therapy.
Describes the activities and changes involved in having a new baby in the house and the feelings experienced by the older brothers and sisters.
This book provides strategies for parents to help their child deal with anger. Drawing on true-life examples the author helps parents to zero in on the sources of rage and to anticipate and defuse the situations that can awaken it. Among the 'dragon-slaying' techniques are: how to keep sibling riv…
This kit includes: ; A video and booklet for parents that presents information about the importance of an infant's relationship with caregivers with examples of when and how to respond to an infant's distress in order to promote a baby's trust and confidence to explore the world.
Includes: 1 breast model; 1 booklet titled "Guide to breast health care : how to examine your breasts". Information handouts titled: Canadian guidelines for mammography.
When children (under age 12) engage in sexual behaviours it is sometimes difficult to decide when the behaviour is natural and healthy, and when it may be an indication of some distress or disturbance.
Creative, fun-to-play format that focuses on skills needed to assist individuals move toward independence. Game 5 teaches grooming and personal hygiene (body and hair), and clothing needs.
This kit features instruction in the Braille alphabet and numbers, introduction to the use of contractions in Braille, and training in the use of the slate and stylus and Braille writer. It is a tutorial for parents and teachers to get started in using Braille with their children who are blind and…
This kit includes: ; 1. A video that presents information about the importance of an infant's relationship with caregivers with examples of when and how to respond to an infant's distress in order to promote a baby's trust and confidence to explore the world.
; 2. A booklet for professionals that …
Looks at emotional responses to breast cancer treatments, reconstruction, body image and sexuality, and life after treatment. Includes exercises in relaxation, imagery, and inner child work.