Creating Kids Who Can Concentrate: Proven strategies for beating A.D.D. without drugs

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Hachette Australia, Oct 1, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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This book is about success and transformation. It shows how, with patience and energy, parents and teachers can turn a child who is noisy, clumsy and forgetful into a child who is calm, careful and attentive.

Creating Kids Who Can Concentrate is a practical and realistic book that shows how parents and professionals can naturally and effectively develop a child's potential to become responsible and thoughtful in a remarkably short time. The authors provide expert guidance on:

* proven techiques and strategies for overcoming barriers to learning
* developing every child's innate skills
* how a child is labelled as having A.D.D.
* dealing with disruptive or bizarre behaviour, tantrums and children who won't listen

JEAN ROBB and HILARY LETTS are teachers and therapists as well as the founders of Successful Learning, a British education centre dedicated to helping children to fulfil their potential. Their first book is CREATING KIDS WHO CAN.

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Jean Robb is the co-founder of Successful Learning, an education foundation in Merseyside, UK. As a teacher for over forty years Jean has taught all ages from preschool to university level. Her passion is turning children who think they can't do something into children who know they can.

Hilary Letts is the co-founder of Successful Learning, an education foundation in Merseyside, UK. Hilary was a children's librarian before qualifying as a teacher. Her interest is in developing children's language and curiosity while encouraging them to set and achieve goals.

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