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Are You Feeling Cold, Yuki?

A Story to Help Build Interoception and Internal Body Awareness for Children with Special Needs, including those with ASD, PDA, SPD, ADHD and DCD

«A fun and enlightening book to explain interoception to children. Often such a misunderstood fundamental cause of many 'out of sorts' behaviours. Beautifully explained and Illustrated book to help everyone understand this vital concept.»

Sue Larkey, teacher, educator and author

Therapeutic picture book for children ages 3-11 about a Snow Monkey who learns about his interoception issues, from bestselling author K.I. Al-Ghani Les mer

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Therapeutic picture book for children ages 3-11 about a Snow Monkey who learns about his interoception issues, from bestselling author K.I. Al-Ghani

Detaljer

Forlag
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
48
ISBN
9781787756922
Utgivelsesår
2021
Format
23 x 28 cm

Om forfatteren

K.I. Al-Ghani is a specialist advisory teacher, university lecturer and international author. She is currently a part time lecturer at the University of Brighton - delivering their Post Graduate Certificate in Autism. Her career in Education spans over forty years, and as well as working in both mainstream and special schools, she has trained professionals, parents & caregivers, in all aspects of ASD. As an author and the mother of a son with ASD, she has spent over 30 years researching the enigma that is Autism.


Haitham Al-Ghani is a talented book illustrator and cartoon animator. He graduated with Triple Distinction in Multi Media Studies and was nominated for and won the Vincent Lines Award for creative excellence.

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«A fun and enlightening book to explain interoception to children. Often such a misunderstood fundamental cause of many 'out of sorts' behaviours. Beautifully explained and Illustrated book to help everyone understand this vital concept.»

Sue Larkey, teacher, educator and author

«Yuki the snow monkey doesn't notice his hunger, being cold or in need of the bathroom. This very accessible helps us understand our 8th sense, so we can notice and self-regulate. Told with honesty, acceptance and humour, this very useful book helps demonstrate what interoception is and how to connect to it.»

Wenn B. Lawson (PhD) CPsychol

«This book is brilliant in its simplicity. It teaches lessons in self-awareness in such practical, personal and respectful ways. I could see each of my boys in Yuki. Each struggled with interoception in his own way. What I love most is that intimate experiences of the human body (dealing with not making it to the bathroom) are discussed without shame. This is critical for our children growing up with neurodiverse minds. This book is instructional, insightful and compassionate.»

Brian R. King, MSW, Founder of WAITT Village and author of Strategies for Building Successful Relat

«Increasingly, we are recognizing that children with a range of developmental disorders can have considerable difficulty perceiving their internal sensory and emotional experiences, due to impaired interoception. This contributes to many difficulties in their everyday life, from recognizing when they need to go to the toilet, to becoming aware of rising levels of distress and agitation. Parents, teachers and therapists need resources that explain interoception to a child in a clear, and accessible way: this delightful story about the experiences of Yuki, the snow monkey provides exactly that explanation.»

Professor Tony Attwood

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