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Books to Purchase

Sweet without Sugar is s children’s book that explores life through the eyes of a child with autism, by a student and self-published author, Tamika Reid.

Tamika’s Book is available for purchase at the AANM office for $15.

 

 


 

Darla-Jean O’Rourke is a rural author. To learn more about Lil Irish Book Beat in your Lil Irish community, visit us at www.lilirish.com

Darla’s book !mY imaginatioN worlD is available for purchase at the AANM office for $23

 

 

 

 

 


 

We have created a children’s book that allows children and youth to talk about their own neurological or psychological differences, things such as ADHD, anxiety, autism, or PTSD. The book’s tone is positive, communicating that minds being different is ok, even good for ourselves and our communities.

The book is full of statements in the youth’s own words. Ex. “My mind can sometimes get stuck on things. It’s great when I get stuck on things I LOVE!”

The book’s intended audience will be children under the age of 8, as well as their educators and caregivers. Profits from sales will allow schools and non-profits to receive books at no cost.

All Kinds of Minds can be purchased here!  $20 for the soft cover and $30 for the hardcover. All of the proceeds are being donated to the Board of Education. Copies of these books will be purchased for school libraries.

About Inspire

At Inspire Community Outreach, we support youth and families with unique challenges and celebrate strengths. We provide evidence informed, culturally safe, family-centered education and programming, designed to meet the needs of those living with mental health issues or neurological/cognitive differences.

Education. Inclusion. Compassion.

Inspire’s support is created by the community; from children who grew up with differences, families that include children with differences, and evidence from a clinical perspective.

Our mission at Inspire Community Outreach Inc. is to support the mental health of children, youth, and families. Our vision is the development of a community that supports children, youth and families to recognize and celebrate their strengths and potential, and that puts them in touch with resources that benefit their overall well being.

Angela Taylor, Inspire’s Executive Director and Founder

Angela has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, a Post Bacc in Education, focusing on inclusion, and is completing a Masters Degree in Disability Studies. Certified as a Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting facilitator, and as a yoga instructor, she provides therapy through Aulneau Renewal Centre to support diverse community members. She has been providing support for nearly 20 years within mental health and social services, here in Winnipeg.

Contact us at Info@inspirecommunityoutreach.ca or 204-996-1547

Learn more at www.inspirecommunityoutreach.ca

Angela Taylor, B.A., PBED, Masters of Disability Student
CEO (Founder)
Inspire Community Outreach
P: 204-996-1547
E: Angela@Inspirecommunityoutreach.ca

Supporting youth and families with unique challenges. Celebrating strength.

 

Miranda Kudajczyk is a Polish/Metis artist. The book is a compilation of poems and paintings inspired by nature.

Miranda’s Book is available for purchase at the AANM office for $20.

 

 

 

The Mountain Within by Frances Kaspick

Her Book is available for purchase for $25.

 

 

 

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