Helping your ADD Child

Helping your ADD Child

Hundreds of Practical Solutions for Parents and Teachers of ADD Children and Teens (with or Without Hyperactivity)

Book - 2001
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New Hope for Children and Teens with ADD For the millions who have attention deficit disorder (ADD) and for those who are impacted by a resulting behavior, this comprehensive guide to understanding and treating ADD (with or without hyperactivity) offers exciting new hope. Written by a nationally known psychologist and father of ADD children, this groundbreaking book is a lifesaver for kids, parents, and teachers alike. Inside you will find step-by-step tools for helping your ADD or ADHD child--from an extensive screening for spotting the initial signs of ADD and making a proper diagnosis to the pros and cons of nutritional, psychological, and drug treatments. This is by far the most up-to-date and compassionate book on ADD and it will make a profound difference for both you and your child. "I have never been so impressed with a book. This is, without a doubt, the most constructive, informative, and honest writing I have ever read about ADD."-- Candy Woodson, past president of a national organization for parents of ADD/ADHD children "Informed, compassionate, eminently successful."-- Journal of Nursing Care "Filled with warmth and useful suggestions. Parents of Hyperactive children will want to use this book as a continual source of help and encouragement."-- G. Hugh Allred, Ed.D., professor, Brigham Young University
Publisher: Roseville, Calif. : Prima Pub., c2001.
Edition: Rev. 3rd ed. --
ISBN: 9780761527565
0761527567
Branch Call Number: 618/.92/8589/Tay/2001 3588mb 1
Characteristics: xiv, 400 p. : ill.

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