The Hyperactive Child Book: Treating, Educating & Living With An Adhd Child - Strategies That Really Work, From An Award-Winning Team Of Experts
Macmillan, Aug 15, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
Every parent of a child with ADHD (Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder) needs to know: How can I help my child, myself and my whole family not only cope but thrive?
The Hyperactive Child Book has the answers. Hailed by Child magazine as one of the ten best parenting books of 1993, this is the only book that offers the invaluable advice of an entire team of experts--a monther and the pediatrician and child psychologist she turned to when her son was diagnosed with ADHD--on every aspect of raising a hyperactive child, including:
Why it is essential to have your child evaluated by an expert diagnostic team--and how to go about finding more
Detailed compassionate and endlessly useful, here at last is a book that goes beyond the myths and fads about hyperactivity to help your entire family live happily with an ADHD child.
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Exactly What Is Attention DeficitHyperactivity Disorder?
What Causes ADHD or Is It My Fault?
Who Should Evaluate Your Child? Working with Professionals
The Use of Ritalin and Other Medications in the Treatment of ADHD
Living With ADHD in the Home
Organizing the Environment
Discipline There Is a Difference
Siblings and Family and Friends
ADHD Young Adults
Outcome What Happens to Our ADHD Children When They Grow Up?
Just For Parents
Parental Survival How to Relieve Stress
Conners Rating Scales
How To Advocate For Your Child
Dealing with the Schools
The IEP What Every Parent Should Know
Learning Disability and Hyperactivity Uncertain Connections
Adolescence and Early Adulthood
Attention Deficit/hyperactivity Disorder: A Multidisciplinary Approach
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