Success at last!: helping students with attention deficit (hyperactivity) disorders achieve their potential
Heinemann, 1994 - Education - 290 pages
This book on helping students with AD(H)D is like none other. Success at Last! focuses not on controlling students' behavior, but on supporting them in becoming involved, active, and successful learners.
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ADHD from the Perspective of Young Adults
What Ive Learned as an ADHDer About the Problems and Needs of
Understanding and Appreciating the ADHD Child in the Classroom
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