Clicking on the book covers will take you to the publisher's websites where the books are available for purchase. You can also purchase them directly from me for the prices indicated.
Note: Postage to UK addresses only. International purchasers please order from the publishers directly. Thank you.
The Subtle Spectrum (£15)
A raw and exposing exploration of the journey to discovering autistic identity, mapping the post-late-diagnosis landscape. Foreword by Steve Silberman, author of Neurotribes, who described the book as "wise and compassionate" as well as "engaging and uplifting".
Multiple Multi-Sensory Rooms: Myth Busting the Magic (£25)
A book founded in research calling for reflective multi-sensory room practice. A photo album of alternative sensory spaces to accompany the book can be viewed here.
My Mummy is Autistic (£12)
Written and illustrated by my son shortly after his 5th birthday. Chris Packham kindly wrote a foreword for the book, saying within it:
"There is a remarkable tenderness here, between mother and child, an acceptance which is both beautiful and charming and heart-warming. The drawings offer a clarity, the voice of the child a purity, uncomplicated and direct. But what seals its success is the equally honest replies from the adult".
Children's picture books (£12)
These children's books are sensory stories with full colour page illustrations.
(The protagonist in Voyage to Arghan happens to have Downs Syndrome, and the protagonist in Ernest and I is Autistic.)
Voyage to Arghan tells of a girl who wins a competition to be the first child in space. It has a particular focus on wellbeing and resilience. Click here to see pictures and videos of this story being shared.
Spike and Mole: Spike lives alone in the garden until one day the actions of a tenacious little Mole tempt him out of his hiding place. When disaster strikes Spike and Mole work together to save the day.
Sensory-Being for Sensory Beings: Creating Entrancing Sensory Experiences (£25)
This practitioner manual explores the development of seven sensory systems and looks at how we can use our knowledge of the senses to create entrancing sensory experiences to engage and delight everyone.
Sensory Stories for Children and Teens with Special Educational Needs
This practitioner manual explores the research behind sensory stories and shows you how to use a story as the basis of activities over a prolonged period of time. The book contains five stories with the accompanying activities as well as advice on how to assess responses to a sensory story.
Sharing Sensory Stories and Conversations with People with Dementia (£20)
This practitioner manual shows you how simple sensory conversations and sensory stories can be used therapeutically with people with Dementia to support their wellbeing and engagement with life. It also explores how we can use sensory communication to help people when they become frustrated and also to help people maintain independence as far as is possible.