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Presents signs, sentences, and information to help communicate with the hearing impaired.
Introduction ; Guided imagery ; Music
The author describes the dying process and provides practical, concrete suggestions for bringing a degree of comfort to the dying individual. His advice is illustrated with many brief, descriptive vignettes of actual cases covering a wide spectrum of ages, personalities, family situations, and resp…
A cooperative game that teaches and reinforces behaviours that help people build lasting friendships with others. As they play the game, players learn they must make choices about their behaviour and that these choices will influence their success in making and keeping friends.
Introduction ; Guided imagery ; Affirmations
This book suggests that breast cancer may be avoided by dietary intervention. As this is unproven, the book has not received full recommendations.
Includes dealing with the emotional pain of a mate's diagnosis; helping the patient cope; talking with the children; understanding treatment options; insurance and financial issues; what to say about the scar and body image; dealing with side-effects; protecting the sexual relationship; monitoring …
Written for parents diagnosed with any life-threatening or serious illness about addressing preschool, school-age, and adolescent children’s needs.
Urologist explains how almost all childhood bedwetting can be cured or controlled. Reveals many different factors behind bedwetting, how to determine root cause of problem and what to do about it. Also contains a full range of tested strategies and recommendations.
When a great-aunt dies, a young child finds comfort in being held and in holding too
Contents include: What's inside you? Why do people eat? What makes you ill? Where do babies come from? Why are people different?
This book focuses on the masculine side of healing from loss.
Chinese herbal remedy information and other plant information is useful
Material presented is based in part on the book "Beauty and cancer" written by Diane Noyes and Peggy Mellody
This book speaks to teens in a way that acknowledges their feelings, promotes discussion and offers hope
Discusses problems women face after treatment ends, including side effects, health insurance, fears of recurrence, ongoing relationships with healthcare professionals, how to find support, how to become as healthy as possible, how to deal with recurrence, job issues, health insurance, lymphedema, a…