This book shows that with appropriate lifelong care, it is possible for those with neurodevelopmental disabilities to achieve supported independence and fulfilling adult lives. It provides a guide for parents on how to prepare their children for adulthood, and describes in detail the kinds of services people with ASDs need to live independently.
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The accurately presented setting of this narrative gives reason for the agitation experienced by a sea bird when its nesting environment is threatened. Understanding the effect of setting is an essential feature of narrative texts.
She was very blurry, not at all human-looking. There were huge dark eyes, and a kind of mane made of light, and when she spoke, I couldn't see a mouth moving, but I felt her words, like a breeze against my face, and I understood her completely. "We've come because of the baby," she said. "We've come to help." All Steve has to do is say, "Yes." But "yes" is a powerful word. It is also a dangerous one. And once it is uttered, can it be taken back?
The author did happen upon some robins that were in similar circumstances but two were dead already and one was so weak that I could not save it. I cleared the debris off the floor of the forest until I reached red earth, then I got a stick, I made a shallow grave and put the baby robins in it. I have wondered about those robins and how they fit in nature. Was it chance or grand design witch made me go down this particular path?
See the intimate lives of birds as never before! Laura Erikson and Marie Read document the family lives of more than 50 common North American birds through breathtaking close-up photography. Stunning images of hummingbirds, owls, tanagers, and more showcase different stages of avian development and capture the loving bond that exists within each bird family. Bird enthusiasts of all feathers will cherish these beautiful images of courting, nest construction, eggs, nestlings, feeding time, and much more.
The Author: "My grandchildren's excitement in watching animals and the sheer appreciation for all animal life around them rekindled the happiness I felt and the attention the animal world held for me when I was a child." The birds, dogs, pigs, and other animals, as seen from the eyes of the author's grandchildren populate the stories by the author for the enjoyment of all children and their parents. The stories are filled with life's lessons and warmth making them perfect bedtime stories for all ages.
In today's rapidly changing world and challenging economy, young adults increasingly find themselves at a crossroads between financial and emotional dependence and autonomy. Drawing on Dr. Sachs' extensive clinical experience and his illuminating discussion of the latest psychological research, Emptying the Nest will support parents in their efforts to cultivate their young adult's success and self-reliance while simultaneously maintaining healthy family relationships. Parents will: - understand the family dynamics that either impede or nurture self-sufficiency; - foster a higher degree of academic, professional, and fiscal responsibility; - effectively encourage young adults to establish realistic goals and create a meaningful vision for their future; - learn how to gradually let go, so that young adults discover how to resolve their own problems.
Book two of the "McKay McDaniel" pathfinder trilogy. After safely guiding the husband and wife to the meadowlands, pathfinder McKay McDaniel enters the forest to return to his home when he hears a cry for help. He knows it is dangerous to leave the path, but there is something familiar about the faint cry he hears coming from deep within the forest. He then does something a pathfinder never does. McKay McDaniel leaves the path and follows the cry for help, deep into the very nest of the Natrass!
Move the Nest is a compassionate and supportive companion that provides practical advice, valuable instruction, and realistic coping tips for parents who are preparing to send a child off to college.Letting go isn't easy, and Catherine Harris's experience was no exception. While preparing her only child to leave the nest for college, she felt like she was sending him to the moon. Plain and simple, she knew her relationship with him would change forever. Harris shares her humorous and heartwarming account of her attempt to hang on to her college-bound son as she details her personal experiences and incorporates valuable insight as to what parents can expect during the transition from high school to college. She includes action plans, timelines, and a packing list while providing guidance on topics such as: What to do with their empty room The greatest gift you can give before they leave When to never call your college student How to prepare for their first visit home Parents everywhere will appreciate Catherine Harris's conversational style as they learn to let go and, along with their college-bound teen, begin a new chapter in their lives.