The Pocket Guide to Understanding A.D.H.D.: Practical Tips for Parents

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Vermilion, 2004 - Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder - 176 pages
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The Pocket Guide to Understanding A. D. H. D. offers authoritative but instant, practical and commonsense advice for parents, including the latest research on this distressing and misunderstood condition.

In his typically friendly and direct style, Dr Chris Green, with Dr Kit Chee, explains the causes and effects of A. D. H. D. and provides quick, practical strategies to help cope with common problems such as inattention, impulsiveness and underachievement and includes advice on:
- how to identify A. D. H. D. in your child
- medication and alternative therapies
- where to get support
- improving behaviour at school and home
And much more!

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Dr Christopher Green is one of Britain's best-known parenting authors. For more than 25 years he has helped parents with his advice on babies, toddlers and young children. His humorous, common sense approach has preserved the sanity of many mums and dads. A paediatrician and honorary consultant to the Children's Hospital, Sydney, Dr Green's legendary sleep technique is now used worldwide. His bestselling books include New Toddler Taming and Beyond Toddlerdom.

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