The Homeschooler's Guide To Attentional Difficulties approaches the subject of ADHD from the homeschooler's standpoint, offering helpful guidelines for school work and specific subjects, as well as outside activities. It takes a non-medication approach to solving attentional difficulties, though it does not reject the idea of medication. What is often most helpful is an informed, nurturing and specifically structured environment. Focusing on environmental factors and teaching techniques that are under the direct control of the teaching parent this provides options that do not include medication.
Format: Other Number of Pages: 24 Vendor: Diagnostic Prescriptive
Publication Date: 1999 Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 (inches) Availability: In Stock