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Taking Charge of ADHD, Third Edition: The Complete, Authoritative Guide for ParentsRussell A. BarkleyGuilford Press / 2013 / Trade Paperback$12.49 Retail:
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Updated with current research and resources, this third edition of Taking Charge of ADHD is the complete, authoritative guide that should be read by all parents of children with ADHD. It provides you with science-based information about the disorder and a lot of practical tips and tools that can help you restore harmony to your home.
How to Reach & Teach Teenagers with ADHD: A Step-by-Step Guide to Overcoming Difficult Behaviors at School and at HomeGrad L. FlickWiley / Trade Paperback$39.60 Retail:
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If you are parenting or teaching older kids with ADHD, you will want this resource close at hand. Dr. Flick discusses the causes and developmental characteristics of ADHD up to adolescence, and offers a plan for therapeutic intervention.
In 428 pages, the author explores behaviors and offers specific treatment plans, a 12-step program for parents and teachers of ADHD teens, and a reproducible checklist and organizer. Take advantage of this comprehensive resource, both for your benefit and that of your child or student.
Turbo Charged Childhood: Fresh Hope For Raising Children With Attention DisordersM. Russell ThomasXulon Press / 2008 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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To medicate or not to medicate, this is the question! The past two decades has seen an enormous increase in the number of children diagnosed with attention disorders. This book explores non-pharmacological interventions to manage and improve attention deficits using behavioral and nutritional interventions. It is a must read for any parent raising a child with an attention disorder. They have changed the definition of science and applied that false definition to deny the rights to Christians of free speech in public institutions, believing they can produce a superior people and society.
Empower ADHD Kids! will guide the regular classroom teacher or parent in a step-by-step plan for teaching these children practical strategies for learning who they are, how they can belong, and how to master learning and social competencies. When they complete the activities, they will gain a strong working knowledge of ADHD and its characteristics.
With this fully realized second edition of the classic guide, Dr. Larry Silver addresses the subjects all parents wonder about when they susupect their child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: What causes ADHD? What signs should I look for?/How can I make sure my child is diagnosed correctly?/ Could my child have a learning disability, too?/What's the latest information on medications and other treatments?/What controversial treatments should I watch for? and more...
The ADHD Autism Connection : A Step Toward More Accurate Diagnosis and Effective TreatmentDiane M. KennedyWaterBrook / 2002 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most rapidly growing diagnosis of our generation. Often the diagnosis fails to provide real help, leaving patients, doctors, and families at a loss. For the first time ever, new insights into the overwhelming number of similarities between autism and ADHD are giving those with ADHD real hope. For years, the label of autism has carried a negative connotation. Parents have been afraid to admit the diagnosis and banished the term from discussion. Finally, this guide for parents and professionals provides a reason to embrace autism with a new sense of hope and understanding.
What is ADD? What are the strengths and weaknesses of ADD children? What can be done about this puzzling disorder? Nothing both the challenges and responsibilities of ADD children, Edward T. Welcch clarifies the physical and spiritual dimensions of ADD. He offers parents-as well as adults who fit the profile-help, encouragement, and biblical wisdom on how to handle this condition.
An estimated 20 percent of boys and up to 8 percent of girls have attention deficit disorder--a condition marked by distractibility, short attention span, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. Many physicians routinely prescribe Ritalin, an amphetamine-like drug, to modify the behavior of ADD children. But as Dr. William Sears and child psychologist Lynda Thompson explain, drug therapy is not the only way to approach A.D.D. Drawing on the latest research findings and their own experiences with ADD children, Sears and Thompson show that these kids actually possess certain real advantages: tenacity, energy, creativity, spontaneity, and the ability to hyperfocus. They offer a state-of-the-art self-help approach to ADD that will help parents reduce or eliminate the need for drugs--including cutting-edge neurofeedback techniques and learning strategies that empower ADD children and teach them how to cope. Full of real-life case histories, this landmark guide is an indispensable resource for every parent with an ADD child--and the only book available that focuses on the positive side of ADD.
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder (A.D.D.) need a special kind of care and understanding. Written by a teacher and a pediatrician, this insightful book gives you advice so you can diagnose A.D.D., understand the A.D.D. child, find treatment options, and lessen its effects on the child and those around him or her. Paperback.
Ever stop to wonder why children can't concentrate like they used to . . . or why record numbers of today's kids are being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder? Dr. Healy blends scientific knowledge with professional insight and common sense as she examines how contemporary practices (especially TV-watching) can affect children's brain development. 384 pages, softcover from Simon & Schuster.
When Too Much Isn't Enough: Ending the Destructive Cycle of ADHD and Addictive BehaviorWendy RichardsonNavPress / 2005 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:
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ADHD and addiction are a common yet disastrous combination, each one insatiably feeding the other. It's imperative to treat both issues to unsure a successful recovery. Author Wendy Richardson, a licensed counselor who battles ADHD herself, compassionately speaks to those with ADHD who overindulge in food, drugs, alcohol, gambling, spending, and sex. She explains the scientific data and provides clear answers for those desperately trying to figure out why they (or their loved ones) cannot overcome substance or behavioral additions. Don't let ADHD and addiction destroy your life. Open up a window to recovery by understanding how addictions are used to self-medicate ADHD. Discover a new vitality as you learn to manage both sides of the ADHD/addiction challenge.
Poor grades and low self-esteem are not your child's destiny. In this easy-to-read book you'll discover information that will help you understand ADD and ADHD. This book contains findings that your doctor may not have told you. Learn about:
Heads Up Helping! Teaching Tips and Techniques for Working with ADD, ADHD & Other Children with ChallengesMelinda L. BoringHeads Up / 2002 / Trade Paperback$16.65 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Be encouraged by someone who understands. Written by a homeschooling mom of two ADHD kids, you'll be encouraged as you read of her struggles in understanding her children's development, learning how to cope, analyzing treatments and living and loving the homeschool life even with ADD/ADHD! Tips for dealing with auditory distractibility, visual distractibility, sensory issues, daydreaming, social skills, memorization, modifying curriculum and the various other challenges that come with parenting and homeschooling a hyperactive child are included in this conversational book. 173 pages, softcover.
How to Get Your Child off the Refrigerator and on to LearningCarol BarnierEmerald Books / 2000 / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Carol Barnier knows all about the "gift" of an ADHD child. Freeing parents of the expectation to "normalize" their child, she offers a wealth of idea to work within your child's best learning style in school, life, and public spheres. Practical ideas for teaching, keeping your child listening (and quiet!) in church, a number of active games, and information on really understanding what your child is experiencing is all wrapped up in this encouraging and uplifting guide to life & homeschooling with an ADHD/ADD child. 112 pages, softcover.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for ADHD in Adolescents and Adults: A Psychological Guide to PracticeSusan Young, Jessica BramhamWiley-Blackwell / 2012 / Trade Paperback$65.20Availability: In StockStock No: WW960737
Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World: Unlocking the Potential of Your ADD Child - eBookJeffrey Freed, Laurie ParsonsSimon & Schuster / 2012 / ePub$11.995 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
The Science of ADHD: A Guide for Parents and Professionals - eBookChris ChandlerWiley-Blackwell / 2011 / ePub$20.99
Classroom Strategies for Children with ADHD, Autism & Sensory Processing DisordersKaren Hyche OTD, OTR, Vickie Maertz OTD, OTRPESI Publishing & Media / 2014 / ePub$8.89 Retail:
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No Easy Answer: The Learning Disabled Child at Home and at School - eBookSally SmithBantam / 2012 / ePub$5.99