A Parent's Guide to Attention Deficit Disorders
|Rating||:||4.63 (668 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||216 Pages|
With an examination of possible influences from genetics to diet and medication plus a step-by-step explanation of how the problem is identified, this invaluable guide helps parents understand their child with ADD and find the appropriate treatment, therapy and support.
As a parent resource, Bain's book is especially thorough and well balanced in its approach, and a superb value. . She writes in clear, understandable prose, resulting in a comprehensive study of ADHD, its diagnosis, history, possible causes, methods for management, and issues of family stress and school-home relationships. Recommended for all public and most undergraduate (especially community college) libraries.- Kay Brodie, Chesapeake Coll., Wye Mills, Md.Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. Bain addresses the controversies surrounding not only ADHD treatment, but also the arguments regarding its definition. From Library Journal This is the first in a new series sponsored by the Children's Hospit
A GREAT BOOK TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND AND COPE AND TRULY HELP! A Customer THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE BOOKS ON THIS DISORDER AND IT OFFERS MANY HELPFUL WAYS TO HELP THE CHILD. IT EXPLAINS THE NECESSITY OF FIGHTING THE SCHOOL SYSTEM IF NECESSARY ON THE CHILD'S BEHALF. IT IS FULL OF WHAT WORKS. I HAVE RAISED TWO ADHD CHILDREN AND KNOW WHEREOF I SPEAK.. A Customer said A Book You've got to read. If you have a child with ADD, you must read this book. I've read many books on ADD, and this is the one helped me the most.