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Storytelling, Special Needs and Disabilities: Practical Approaches for Children and Adults

 New,Storytelling, Special Needs and Disabilities: Practical Approaches for Children and Adults

  • Editor: Grove, Nicola



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  • Forward
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Introduction - Nicola Grove
  • Chapter 1: Therapeutic Storytelling with Children in Need - Janet Dowling
  • Chapter 2: Feelings are Funny Things: Using Storytelling with Children Looked After and their Carers - Steve Killick
  • Chapter 3: Healing Stories with Children at Risk: The Storybuilding (TM) Approach - Sue Jennings
  • Chapter 4: What Can Teachers Learn from the Stories Children Tell? - Beth McCaffrey
  • Chapter 5: Lis'n Tell: Live Inclusive Storytelling: Therapeutic Education Motivating Children and Adults to Listen and Tell - Louise Coigley
  • Chapter 6: Interactive Storytelling - Keith Park
  • Chapter 7: Speaking and Listening through Narrative - Bec Shanks
  • Chapter 8: Using Narratives to Enhance the Language, Communication and Social Participation of Children and Young People with Speech, Language, and Communication Needs - Victoria Joffe
  • Chapter 9: Creative Use of Digital Storytelling - David Messer and Valerie Critten
  • Chapter 10: Storytelling in Sign Language for Deaf Children - Rachel Sutton-Spence
  • Chapter 11: Literature and Legends: Working with Diverse Abilities - Nicola Grove and Maureen Phillip
  • Chapter 12: Storytelling with All Our Senses: Mehr-Sinn (R) Geschichten - Barbara Fornefeld
  • Chapter 13: Multisensory Stories in Story Packs - Chris Fuller
  • Chapter 14: Storytelling with Nurturing Touch: The Story Massage Programme - Mary Atkinson
  • Chapter 15: Rich Inclusion through Sensory Stories: Stories from Science - Joanna Grace
  • Chapter 16: Describing and Evaluating the Storytelling Experience: A Conceptual Framework - Tuula Pulli
  • Chapter 17: Sensitive Stories: Tackling Challenges for People with Profound Intellectual Disabilities Through Multi-Sensory Storytelling - Loretto Lambe, Jenny Miller and Maureen Phillip
  • Chapter 18: Social Stories (TM) - Carol Gray
  • Chapter 19: Storysharing (R) Personal Narratives for Identity and Community - Nicola Grove and Jane Harwood
  • Chapter 20: Personal Storytelling with Deaf Blind Individuals - Gunnar Vege and Anne Nafstadt
  • Chapter 21: Personal Storytelling for Children who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication - Annalu Waller and Rolf Black
  • Chapter 22: Self-created Film & AAC Technology for Daily Storytelling - Mascha Legel and Chris Norrie
  • Chapter 23: Learning to Tell: Teaching Skills for Community Storytelling - Nicola Grove and Jem Dick
  • Chapter 24: The Autistic Storyteller: Sharing the Experience of Otherness - Justine de Mierre
  • Chapter 25: Tales from the Heart: Testimony from Storytellers with Learning Disabilities - Sayaka Kobayashi, The Arts end of Somewhere, and Openstorytellers
  • Appendix: Storytelling Organisations for Resources and Information
  • Index