Attention Deficit Disorder

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Attention Deficit Disorder


ALL ABOUT ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER

Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment: Children and Adults

THOMAS W. PHELAN, PH.D.

This comprehensive guide, available in book, video set, or audio tape format, gives parents and professionals the information and resources they need to effectively deal with ADD. Includes the most recent developments in ADD research regarding: basic symptoms; effects on school, work, home social life; seven indicators to predict the future; how to treat through counseling, school intervention, behavior management and much more.

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MEDICATION FOR ADD

An Up To Date Practical Resource for Parents, Adults, and Professionals THOMAS W. PHEW, PH.D. This video answers some of the pressing questions everyone with ADD must face from what medication to use, to what will the side effects be.

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THE ATTENTION DEFICIT ANSWER BOOK

The Best Medications and Parenting Strategies for Your Child

ALAN WACHTEL, MD WITH MICHAEL BOYETTE

This text, written in question and answer format, suggests behavioral techniques, psychological interventions, and school modifications that treat the medical condition as well as the personal, emotional, and social issues arising due to ADHD.

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WILLIE

Raising and Loving a Child with Attention Deficit Disorder

ANN COLIN

A candid, compelling story of one child, one family, living day to day with ADD, even as they learn to recognize and understand it. Written from a mother's perspective, this uplifting story will surely give hope to many parents who are trying to help their children.

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NO ONE TO PLAY WITH

Social Problems of LD and ADD Children

BETTY B. OSMAN, PH.D.

One of the first books that recognizes and provides advice on how to cope with the social difficulties encountered on an everyday basis by those with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders.

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ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER

What Every Parent Wants to Know

D.L. WOODRICH, PH.D., ABPP

This exciting new edition breaks down the complex issues surrounding ADHD today into easy to understand, non technical terms. Now parents and educators can quickly get the information they need to without taking the time to wade through, heavy research. Includes: symptoms, diagnosis, medical interventions, instructional strategies and much more.

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ADHD AND THE NATURE OF SELF-CONTROL

RUSSELL A. BARKLEY, PH.D.

A radical shift of perspective on ADHD, arguing that the disorder is a developmental problem, or self-control, and that a deficit in attention is secondary and not a universal characteristic. New direction for thinking about and treating this disorder.

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HELP! THIS KID'S DRIVING ME CRAZY!

The Young Child with Attention Deficit Disorder

L. ADKINS & J. CADY

Information about typical behavior characteristics; offers suggestions on how to foster the development of appropriate behavior.

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ADHD HANDBOOK FOR FAMILIES

A Guide to Communicating With Professionals

PAUL L. WEINGARTNER

This empowering book gives families practical concrete know how. …

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