'Caring For My New Best Friend A Puppy' has been accepted for our 'Books4Kids' program. The Books 4 Kids Program is a non-profit corporation which builds children's character through books. The programme includes author readings that are done live or via Skype. After the book reading, the author leads a discussion with the children about the lessons learned. The children are also encouraged to present their own experiences relating to the story. At the end of the discussion, each child is gifted a copy of the book.
Princess Caddy Finds a Home By: Anne Higgins M.S. CCC Princess Caddy Finds a Home tells the adventure of a small cat named Caddy, who searches for a home and people to love her. As a speech pathologist for many years, it has been the author’s experience that using animals to teach articulation and language skills is highly successful. This story promotes vocabulary development (over 100 words from simple to complex), basic concepts, and answering who, what, where, when, and why questions. Not only is Princess Caddy Finds a Home educational, it’s entertaining and funny as well!
Written by Lynette Cusack and Morgan Smith, this fourth edition will help you understand the drivers and benefits of portfolios and how to design and evaluate a quality portfolio in order to meet the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) annual registration requirements.Clearly outlines what a portfolio is, how it is used and why different types of portfolios are required for different purposesSupports understanding of the relationship between portfolios and the AHPRA regulatory requirements of self-declaration and practising in accordance with professional practice standardsAssists in understanding and applying reflection techniques in professional development, learning and portfolio use.An increased focus on how portfolios relate to career planning and achieving professional goalsHighlights different ways of demonstrating evidence of achievementsAn increased emphasis on demonstrating safety and quality in healthcare and person-centred practice