Hole in One – A children’s book dealing with anxiety disorder

A young boy named Teeman can’t seem to relax. He gets so nervous sometimes that his heart beats very fast, he feels nauseous, dizzy, or often gets a bad headache. Teeman meets Iris the Dragon and learns techniques like Dragon Breathing to relax. This is a…


Lucky Horseshoes – A children’s book dealing with ADHD

A young girl named Skippy finds it very hard to concentrate at school. Loud sounds and even lights are distracting. She finds that daydreaming or getting up and moving helps her control the distractions – but doing that disrupts the class. Skippy meets Iris the…


Mighty Moe: An Anxiety Workbook for Children

This 79-pages book includes a story which explains in an aged-appropriate way what anxiety is and how it affects one’s life, and a workbook which provides a child with various techniques how to relax, think positively and solve problems.


Home Conditions – Assessment Tool

This is a short assessment of the home conditions and their impact on the children who live there.  It considers 20 aspects of home conditions such as odour, cleanliness and home maintenance.  It concludes with a decision about the level of concern, what actions need…


Home Conditions Assessment

Home Conditions Assessment is an 11-item tool which was recommended by the Department of Health in the Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and their Families document. It addresses various aspects of the home environment (for example, smell, stated of surfaces in house, floors)….


Keeping it Together: A Parent’s Guide to Coping with Child Sexual Exploitation

This booklet is written for parents whose children are being sexually exploited by an individual or group of adults outside of the family unit. It was written in consultation with parents who have witnessed the sexual exploitation of their own daughters or sons. Although every parent’s situation is unique, it…


Face Emotions Sheet

Social workers may use this sheet to identify various emotions a child may be feeling. They can also use it to ask a child when was the last time they felt a particular emotion or what usually makes them feel that way. This will give them a…


DAST: Drug Abuse Screening Test

The Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST-10) is a 10-item brief screening tool that can be administered by a clinician or self-administered. Each question requires a yes or no response, and the tool can be completed in less than 8 minutes. This tool assesses drug use,…


The Truth about Drugs booklet by Frank

The Truth about Drugs A-Z booklet gives the lowdown on lots of legal and illegal drugs. Give it to your service user or discuss the topics with them – the discussion will enable you to assess their understanding of drugs and drug related problems.


The Truth about Drugs booklet by Drug Free World

The Truth about Drugs is a visually catching booklet which talks about the basic facts about commonly abused drugs (description, street names and short/long term effects). Great for handing out to your service user or discussing the topic with them. 


Dealing with Psychosis: A Toolkit for Moving Forward with Your Life

This toolkit is meant to help service users learn skills they can use to: 1. Manage symptomps of psychosis 2. Move forwards and enjoy their lives It has lot of information as well as variety of activity worksheets. The toolkit contains several topics including: Psychosis…


Healthy Body Image: Information & Interactive Activities

This 107-page resource aims to provide information and interactive activities to promote the development of a healthy body image. Table of Contents: Activity 1: Scavenger Hunt (Icebreaker) Activity 2: How’s Your Body Image? Activity 3: Body expression! Activity 4: What Makes an Ideal Body? Activity…


Digiduck’s Big Decision – Storybook about Friendship and Responsibility Online

A beautifully illustrated storybook for children about friendship and responsibility online. Learning how to be a good friend online is now a key part of a young person’s development. Parents play an important role in teaching kids how to safely navigate the many positive opportunities the Internet and new technologies…


Locksy and Bubbly Plan and Fun Surprise: “Say NO to Secrets”

A storybook helping children differentiate between positive secrets (birthday party) and negative secrets (physical abuse, stealing). Read the story and talk with a child about other scenarios and their own experience of being told to keep a secret.


Feelings Board Game

A printable board game. The game enables social workers and other practitioners to gain good insight into a child’s feelings and life while having a lot of fun playing the game.


My Family’s Changing Activity Book for Teens (Dealing with divorce)

This pdf activity book is colourfully illustrated and offers older kids and teens activities to complete in addition to answering questions they might have about their parents’ divorce. This pamphlet offers very basic information to educate and help older kids and teens dealing with these…