Why Adhd Doesn't Mean Disaster
Parents of kids with A.D.H.D. (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) have been taught that the disorder is a serious handicap—that it will make raising their child difficult, and that the child will continually struggle to succeed in school and throughout life. Parents are looking for hope, encouragement, and answers to their questions. Why A.D.H.D. Doesn't Mean Disaster gives parents of children with A.D.H.D. just what they need: a strong dose of encouragement from fellow parents who have children with A.D.H.D., support for valuing the benefits of having a child with an attention disorder, and just the right amount of practical medical advice needed for understanding.
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Review: Why ADHD Doesn't Mean DisasterUser Review - Christina Blanton - Christianbook.com
This book should be read by anyone who is an influence in your childs life. I would love to give a copy of this each year to my son's teachers. This gives a whole new perspective of how to ... Read full review
Review: Why ADHD Doesn't Mean DisasterUser Review - Christianbook.com
This book is wonderful! It gave me hope and a new perspective on ADHD. I now approach ADHD like a personality type and a gift in many ways, and that has opened my daughters' world up so much. A must have for any parent with an ADHD or an adult who struggles with themselves because they have it.
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