- ADHD Living Without Brakes by Martin Kutscher
- Surviving Your Adolescents : How to manage and let go of your 13-18 year olds by Glen Ellyn
- Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents – Jessica Kingsly Publications
- Dyslexia and Parents by Margaret Malpas
- Taking the Hell Out of Homework by Neil Mackay
Social, Emotional and Mental Health.
- Positive Parenting. Managing your 13-16 year old - Sharon Lissaman, easy to read strategies.
- Starving the Anxiety Gremlin by Kate Collins-Donnelly
- Starving the Exam Stress Gremlin by Kate Collins-Donnelly
- The Truth About Children and Divorce: Dealing with emotions so you and your children can thrive by Robert Emery
- Young People and Loss by Robin Cooper
- Grief in Children by Atte Dyregrov
- But What About Me? - by Wendy Mollah
- Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? - The Atlantic a research article about shifts in teenagers behaviours post phone technology.
- Dyspraxia Foundation – provides useful information and contacts
- iANSYST – provides accessible resource and guides about technology for dyslexic type differences.
- British Dyslexia Foundation – advice, information and help to families
- Text Help – assistive technology for reading, writing and researching.
- Tony Attwood’s website – very useful articles about ASD
- Sensory Integration Dysfunction – understandable and complete information about this broad topic
- TED Talks – 15 minute online talks from experts on a variety of subjects including plenty on learning differences and adolescents.
Social, Emotional and Mental Health:
- Action for Children – National Charity to support families
- Divorce Aid UK – Independent. They have links to professionals and literature on their web site
- Family Lives – Confidential help line we well as live on line chat and forums
- Relate – strategies and tools for relationships
- The Children’s Society – on line resources and articles
- Young Minds – national charity committed to improving mental health
- Kidscape- Bullying Helpline (for parents )
- The Explosive Child - a must read for parents of inflexible-explosive children who do not respond well to typical reward systems. Very empathetically written.