What Living with the Coronavirus Means to Me
WHAT LIVING WITH THE CORONAVIRUS MEANS TO ME by Jean Maye
What Living with Coronavirus Means to Me is an interactive workbook designed to help children and young adults come to terms with their experiences of coping with the virus.
It encourages talking to trusted adults about their feelings and to seek further help if needed.
The book provides an opportunity to explore their thoughts, feelings and anxieties but also to record some of the positives of their experiences plus creative and physical ways to maintain their well-being.
Me & My Family
ME & MY FAMILY by Jean Maye
Me and my family is a colourful book designed to help adopted children and their families to get to know each other, just before adoption, in the early stages and later on. Through writing, drawing and other activities, children are drawn into exploring and recording the changes in their lives as they move to their new family.
My Life & Me
MY LIFE & ME by Jean Camis (Maye)
The book is colourful, well-illustrated and appealing. It covers the whole spectrum of a child’s life, The sections are well thought out and fun to fill in.
We are Fostering
WE ARE FOSTERING By Jean Camis (Maye)
This easy to use and imaginative resource is ideal to help birth children in families who will be fostering to understand themselves and their place in their family, along with what it means to be adopted or fostered.
When I’m Away From Home
WHEN I’M AWAY FROM HOME By Jean Camis (Maye)
When I’m Away From Home is a workbook designed to provide specific information about the individual care requirements of a disabled child for anyone responsible for their care. It includes the child’s medical and physical needs, their daily routine and a section which they can fill in themselves about their personality, preferences and habits.