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SRPMIC Special Needs Resources Program


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Lending Library

These books can be checked out from the Special Needs Resources Program located in Human Resources Community Employment building #61.
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Real Families
by Diana Terrell Culver, M. Ed.

Ms. Culver is a single parent who shares her knowledge, experience, and problem solving skills related to any family unit.
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Changed by a Child
by Barbara Gill

Mainly one-page thought provoking stories on loving and raising our children with all kinds of simple and complex needs.
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Different Like Me: My Book of Autism Heroes
by Jennifer Elder

This 42-page easy read book celebrates the positive traits of persons who did not "fit in" with the typical beliefs of those around them. This wonderful and inspirational book also lists further reading on the famous and historical figures in the book. Suggested for 3rd-6th grade readers.
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I Know You Won't Forget
by Truly Blessed Ink

This short story was written and illustrated by survivors of traumatic brain injury. In this story, we see that Joey is sad about how he and his mother and others are affected by his mother's brain injury. Read or have the story read to any age to see how he helped his mother and reduced his sadness.
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Living with Brain Injury: A Guide for Families
by Richard Senelick, M.D. and Karla Dougherty
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Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives
by Barbara D. Bateman and Cynthia M. Herr