Best Resources on Parenting ADHD Children
List of the best resources for Family Members/Parents/Care givers about ADHD.
Books for Guidance during the diagnostic process of ADD/ADHDChildren with Starving Brains is a very informative book about the diagnostic process of ADHD. It throws insight on what it is and what it isn't. This book gives lot of information on the symptoms that look like ADHD but are not due to which many are misdiagnosed as ADHD.
Medical Treatment Guide for ADD/ADHDChildren with Starving Brains is the best medical Treatment Guide for ADD/ADHD and Autism. This resource describes important diagnostic tools needed to select appropriate treatment programs. This book explains major therapies newly available and identifies safe and effective options for parents and physicians working together to improve the health of these special children.
Understanding ADHD From the perspective of the ChildHow Difficult Can This Be is an excellent resource for parents and teachers of children with Learning Disabilities and other difficulties that affect education in the classroom.
The Little Monster presents ADHD from the view of the child who actually has it and illustrates how constant academic and social failures can gradually wear away the child's self-esteem and feelings of self-worth. The Little Monster is a valuable tool for any parent, professional, or individual who is touched by ADHD or similar conditions.
All Dogs Have ADHD describes ADHD in a positive fashion. This book provides an encouragement to anyone who has ADHD. Instead of focusing on all of the negatives of ADHD the book finishes with saying that an individual who has ADHD has unlimited potential.
Guide on Mind Body connection and excercises for ADD/ADHDSmart Moves: Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head includes recent research on the brain and a new emphasis on the importance of the emotional environment for learning. It throws light on the educational practices for homes and schools including: a more holistic view of each learner; less emphasis on rote learning; more experiential, active instruction; less labeling of learning disabilities; more physical movement; more personal expression through arts, sports and music. This book shows how Brain Gym, a system of physical movements and exercises are used to enhance brain functions, and are based on scientifically established neurophysiological functions and how it can be used by both children and adults to both overcome learning difficulties and improve general brain functions related to learning, coordination, communication and physical performance.
Brain Gym references recent research in the field of neuroplasticity as it shows how learners can master the physical skills required for development of academic abilities. The 26 activities explained here, each taking just a minute or so to do, help learners to develop skills of stability, locomotion, and sensorimotor coordination, as well as providing effective tools for self-calming and self-management. When a student can respond to the stress that inhibits the flow of learning, he or she can better access the joy, creativity, and expression inherent in the learning process.
Guide on the Challenges faced by ADHD in the Spiritual and Moral realmImpulse a Handbook for the Moral and Spiritual Challenges of ADHD. This is a ground-breaking handbook for those of us who want and need to hear from professionals who understand the challenges faced by children and adults in religious environments.
Treating ADHD in the Family ContextFamily Therapy for ADHD presents an innovative approach of assessing and treating ADHD in the family context. Family therapy for ADHD is the best resource of strategies for diagnosing the disorder and evaluating its impact not only on affected young persons but also on their parents and siblings. It outlines how professionals can help families mobilize their resources to manage ADHD symptoms; enhance parent-child and marital relationships, improve functioning in school and work settings; and develop more effective coping strategies. Session-by-session intervention plans for clients at different developmental stages are accompanied by a wealth of illustrative case material
Raising a very young child with ADHDRaising Your Spirited Child is a guide for Parents Whose Child Is More intense, sensitive, perceptive, persistent, and uncomfortable with change than the average child.. It offers parents emotional support and proven strategies for handling their spirited child.
Raising Your Spirited Child Workbook includes clues to help you identify the little things that can make or break a day, tips for profiling your child's temperament and your own, cues that indicate intensity is rising, successful strategies for reducing and eliminating power struggles.
Parenting a Teeneger with ADHDTeenagers with ADD and ADHD gives parents insight on everything from understanding the diagnosis to treatment options, and from behavioral and academic issues, to parent involvement and self-advocacy.
Practical Advice from parents of ADHD on ADHDThe ADHD Parenting Handbook provides guidelines, suggestions, and advice to help parents interact with their children who have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The major focus of this book is on preventing (or managing) misbehavior, working with teachers, and providing a stable and nurturing family atmosphere for the family of the ADHD child-both parents and siblings.
Understanding girls with ADHDUnderstanding Girls With AD/HD is about the needs and issues of girls with attentional problems. This book address the special needs of girls in school, in their social world and at home. It provides age-related checklists from pre-school to high school to help parents and professionals better identify and help girls with AD/HD.
Understanding boys with ADHDRaising Boys With ADHD empowers parents to help their sons with ADHD find success in school and beyond. The book covers topics not often found in other parenting guides such as the preschool years and early diagnosis and strategies for teens transitioning to work and college
Strategies to help ADHD child achieve social successIt's So Much Work to Be Your Friend is an excellent book for teaching smart kids social skills. This book offers definite plans and solutions for tackling the unwritten rules of non-verbal language so that parents and educators can assist children/teens in figuring out important skills such as how far away to stand when speaking, how to join in when others are playing a game, etc.
Ready to use Strategies for Changing ADHD BehaviorADD/ADHD Behavior-Change Resource Kit provides practical strategies to help kids with attention deficits learn to control and change their own behaviors and build the academic, social, and personal skills necessary for success in school and in life.
Ready to use Strategies for Changing ADD BehaviorThe Myth of the A.D.D Child provides strategies to improve Child's Behavior and Attention Span Without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion.
Helpful Guide for Family at Home, School and WorkHelp for Your Family at Home, School and Work is a complete guide to ADHD with a positive perspective. This resource explains the biology, anthropology and politics of ADHD better and also makes us aware of other, non-drug options.
Homework Intervention Approach for Families coping with ADHDHomework Success for Children with ADHD provides a practical road map for anyone wishing to implement a successful homework program for children and their families. It is designed for students with ADHD, but its applications are not limited to this group alone. The ideas and procedures could be used with just about any student having homework problems. The book is a treasure trove of practical ideas, covering everything from implementing positive motivational strategies, to assessing problems, to troubleshooting, follow-up, and family support.
Guide for Helping Children with Executive FunctioningSmart but Scattered is a revolutionary approach for helping kids with executive skills to reach their potential.
ADHD WorkbooksThe ADHD Workbook for Kids offers a simple way to help children with ADHD learn the critical skills required to manage their ADHD symptoms in order to get along better with others, build confidence, and succeed in school in just ten minutes a day.
The ADHD Workbook for Teens helps you find out who you really are through a series of exercises and worksheets that focus on identifying your strengths and interests and there by using those strengths to create strategies for overcoming the ADHD-related issues you struggle with.
ADD/ADHD question and answer resourcesThe ADD & ADHD Answer Book is a reassuring, authoritative reference for you and your family, providing sound advice and immediate answers to your most pressing questions. The book also includes questionnaires and checklists to help you get the most out of your child's evaluation.
ADHD - Gifted KidsBright Not Broken sheds new light on the vibrant population of ADHD and Autism by identifying who twice-exceptional children are and taking an unflinching look at why they're stuck. The book guides us to first work to boldly examine the widespread misdiagnosis and controversies that arise from our current diagnostic system, it serves as a wake-up call for parents and professionals to question why our mental health and education systems are failing our brightest children. Most important, the authors show what we can do to help these children, providing a whole child model for parents and educators to strengthen and develop a child's innate gifts while also intervening to support the deficits. Drawing on painstaking research and personal experience, Bright Not Broken offers groundbreaking insight and practical strategies to those seeking to help these kids achieve their full potential.
Optimizing ADHD TreatmentOptimizing ADHD Treatment throws insight on the most common comorbid disorders that co-exist with ADHD, their association, effects and impact on the treatment planning so as to optimize the treatment.
Alphabet Kids is the best guide to Developmental, Neurobiological and Psychological Disorders for Parents and Professionals. This comprehensive, easy-to-read go-to guide will help parents to sort through all the interconnected childhood developmental, neurobiological and psychological disorders and serve as a roadmap to help start the families' journey for correct diagnoses, effective treatment and better understanding of their Alphabet Kids
The Nurtured Heart Approach for positive behaviorTransforming the Difficult Child brings to life a new way of shifting intense children to a solid life of success. The Nurtured Heart Approach puts a refreshing spin on both parenting and teaching and reveals new techniques and strategies that create thoroughly positive behaviors.
Transforming The Difficult Child Workbook will walk you through the process of the Nurtured Heart Approach, fully then it will introduce the strategies and will encourage and support you every step of the way. It is enormously gratifying to experience the turn around to having your child be thoughtful, considerate, respectful and responsible.