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Attention Deficit Disorder
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Does your child have attention deficit disorder? Maybe he or she just has a different learning style. If your child does have attention deficit disorder, how can you best help her or him? How can you best work with teachers and school administrators to help your ADD child? If you are a teacher or school psychologist or administrator, how can you ensure proper diagnoses of attention deficit disorder? This section provides information on all these areas to help children who have attention deficit disorder.

The books are presented in the order that you should consider reading, from basic to most advanced. At the end is included information on helping adults with attention deficit. Just click on the titles of the books/information below to investigate ordering it and having it delivered to your home.
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The Learning Differences Sourcebook
By Nancy S. Boyles, Med Boyles et al
PROBLEM: Your child possibly has a learning disability, attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

“The Learning Differences Sourcebook” helps you to distinguish between a learning disability and a learning difference. It does this by giving a complete overview of child development and what your child should be capable of doing at a given age. It then provides a simple understanding of Howard Garner’s theory of learning differences and helps you understand how YOUR child learns. This information will help your child’s schoolteacher and will help you teach your child at home. This book also includes resources and a listing of support agencies so that you can become your child’s advocate.

This book is an excellent one for parents who have children with a learning problem.
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Helping your Hyperactive Attention Deficit Child
By John F. Taylor
Problem: Your child may have attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

If you think your child might have attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) this book is for you. In his book John F. Taylor provides a very informative checklist to screen your child for ADD or ADHD. The book then provides multiple techniques for treatment including getting the best professional help, obtaining the best schooling and ensuring the best teaching for your child.

This book goes beyond helping your hyperactive child, to helping yours whole family. It helps you to develop better interpersonal relationships, understand your own feelings and cope with marital stress.

The book is practical as it gives ideas for teachers and parents in applying what you have learned. Finally, “Helping your Hyperactive Attention Deficit Child” gives you information on how you can start your own local support group. This book is a must for parents who want to have an Individual Educational Program (IEP) set up for their child at school.
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Taking Charge Of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder by Russell A. Barkley
Problem: Your child has been diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). What do you do?

“Taking Charge Of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder” is a complete authoritative guide for parents with ADD or ADHD children. This book helps you understand what ADD is and how the brain functions. It helps parents by giving an example evaluation.

Furthermore, Russell Barkley provides coping skills for parents with ADD children. He also helps you improve your child’s behavior. Finally, “Taking Charge Of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder” gives organization techniques for your child both at home and at school.

This book is a great one for parents who have children with attention deficit disorder or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
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The Great Misdiagnosis
By Julian Stuart Haber M.D.
Problem: Attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have often been misdiagnosed as the cause of problems with children within the school setting.

This book presents, thirty years of research. Included in this comprehensive study is an analysis of case studies from the fields of education and alternative medication. Revealing information is given on how mass media and drug manufacturers push only drug-based treatments for children with learning disorders.

“The Great Misdiagnosis” gives a realistic view on learning disabilities and medical disabilities and how some teachers and parents often misdiagnose them as ADD and ADHD.

This is a great book for school counselors, psychiatrists, administrators and parents who are knowledgeable about ADD.

RELATED BOOKS: Parents may want to consider reading "Helping your Hyperactive Attention Deficit Child" or the “The Learning Differences Sourcebook” first.
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The Attention Deficit Disorder In Adults Workbook
By Dr. Lynn Weiss
PROBLEM: You or another adult you know has attention deficit or symptoms of it.

This book can help you cope with attention deficit. First, the book contains an assessment for attention deficit. It then deals with coping with the emotions brought on by attention deficit, and what those emotions mean. This book then helps you to live up to your potential. It presents some skills to help you improve and become effective in your work and personal life. If you have attention deficit, or think you might have it, this book will be a valuable resource for you.
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