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You need to keep them failry light - with little info in them - depends on your child's reading ability and understanding of course. If un-able to read make it in pictorial form.
My offer of writing one stands - but as I say it will be in a few weeks before I have time to do it.
Worth while getting SLT back involved - I have never heard of him getting put off their books due to too many other agencies involved with him. That is shocking. God most kids in our school have SLT physio, OT, social worker, Bobath(a physio designed programme for cerebal palsy) play therapists, plus many many more and have never been refused by an agency for them seeing too many others.
Silly question - Is he mainstream or in a specialised school / unit? Either way he MUST ahve an IEP set up for him. Speak to his school about this. This is a set of targets that he will be expected to achieve by the end of the year. I would ask his school to include something about improved behaviour in this - as it is something you both need to be working together on!
As for the Cancer book - make sure you read it thoroughly before showing it to him. His understanding is much lower than other kids, and the book may actually confuse him more.
I would speak to his school and SLT if you can and get boardmaker involved with him. You can buy it yourself - but very expensive. Make him symbols showing what is happening next. This will often alieviate some of the difficult behaviours as he knows what to expect next.
Not quite boardmaker but same idea http://www
you can buy piles of symbols pre-made from Ebay as well.
Hope this all helps some. If you need any more pm me, or email me (one in my details) and I will help if I can