A New Plan: Renew the Promise of Person Centered Planning
“It is said that a goal without a plan, is just a wish. Through their engaging book, A New Plan, Dykstra and Dykstra provide a practical method to support people in identifying their goals and recognizing ways to move forward and achieve their best possible life – one in which they flourish! This book is a must-read for anyone involved in person-centered planning.”
– Mary Kay Rizzolo, President and CEO, CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership –
Sex & Relationship Conversation Cards
It is often assumed that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are not only incapable of having sexual relationships but also not interested in doing so. This is simply not true – people with intellectual and developmental disabilities have the same wants and needs when it comes to sex and relationships as nondisabled people.
Getting IT Done Right
“This book challenges Human Service Professionals to fully realize their commitment to high-quality services by dedicating themselves to learning essential management skills.”
Making Sense of ADHD
Why are so many children and adolescents who have ADHD falling through the cracks? Parents feel guilty and powerless. Their children struggle with diminished self-esteem. According to Dr. James Lewis, the answer is that it’s never just ADHD!
Rights, Responsibilities & Supports
Rights conversation cards help spark discussion about a variety of rights involving decision making, due process, privacy, voting, healthcare, finances, accessibility, and so much more!
Making the Shift to Proactive Behavior Management. Help the people you serve develop successful relationships and improve skills, self-esteem, personal productivity, and work pride. Includes activities, examples, and ideas for helping staff shift from reactive to proactive thinking. George Seuss.
From Inquiry to Insight: Preventing Abuse, Neglect and ExploitationAdd
Intellectual Disabilities at Your FingertipsAdd