Right-brained Children in A Left-brained World
Unlocking the Potential of your ADD ChildBook - 1997
For the more than 2.5 million American children estimated to have Attention Deficit Disorder, life can be a dizzying kaleidoscope of thoughts, sights, and sounds that make it impossible to sit quietly, focus on a task, work with others, or master basic skills such as reading and arithmetic. In working with hundreds of ADD kids, however, Jeffrey Freed discovered that they share not only the same frustrations but the same highly visual "right-brained" learning style that is also typical of gifted children.
Right-brained Children in a Left-brained World offers a step-by-step program that works with, not against, the special abilities of the ADD child. In as little as ten minutes a day, parents can help ADD kids learn to harness their powerful visual memory and heightened perceptions, enabling them notonly to hold their own but to excel -- even in a classroom situation that is less than ideal.
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