This book contains IEP goal and objectives that are specific to Executive Functions and related skills. Author Chris de Feyter follows the classification presented in the book “Smart but Scattered” by Dawson and Guare and includes goals and objectives to address challenges in the following areas of focus: building response inhibition, improving emotional control, strengthening… More 101+ Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives for Smart but Scattered Students
Parker talks about being diagnosed with “80HD” when he was in kindergarten. There were just so many things to look at, so many exciting things he wanted to tell people about, that it was hard to do his work. 80HD summarizes the thoughts and experiences of Parker, a child with ADHD. Written from the perspective… More 80HD: A Child’s Perspective On ADHD
Written by twelve teens and a young adult. This book is full of advice on managing school, homework, asking for and accepting help, medication issues. Appendix contains helpful info on executive function, a graphic organizer for writing an essay.
Lucy is making her way down a rainy sidewalk when she spies, of all things, a brain — Manfred, called Fred — sitting forlornly in a puddle. The courtly cerebrum asks Lucy for help getting home, and as they walk along she worries that she’s not smart enough. “Everyone’s smart!” explains Fred. “You just need… More A Walk In The Rain With A Brain
Written for children ages 5-9, this book shows Mr. Jugardor, a teacher, showing Jimmy Jumpingbean’s classmates what it is like to be in Jimmy’s shoes. Cute story.
Blake Taylor’s mother first suspected he had ADHD when he, at only three years of age, tried to push his infant sister in her carrier off the kitchen table. As time went by, Blake developed a reputation for being hyperactive and impulsive. He launched rockets (accidentally) into neighbor’s swimming pools and set off alarms in… More ADHD & Me: What I Learned About Lighting Fires At The Dinner Table
Now, most people have heard of ADHD and know someone who may have it. But lost in the discussion of both childhood and adult diagnosis of ADHD is the potential upside: Many hugely successful entrepreneurs and highly creative people attribute their achievements to ADHD. Also unknown to most are the recent research developments, including innovations… More ADHD 2.0: New Science and Essential Strategies for Thriving with Distraction–from Childhood through Adulthood
This empowering book gives families practical, concrete know-how. The ADHD Handbook is packed with proven, real-life strategies and techniques that can be put to use immediately, including how to develop behavior modification plans by accurately observing, recording, and reporting behavior; how to decide if and when to use medication; how to work with clinical and… More ADHD A Guide For Families
This book is intended to provide parents and caregivers of children with ADHD with an overview of the challenges they face. It seeks to present families and their loved ones with ADHD a primer–broad in scope but not too detailed–in the hope that it will enable these families to communicate more effectively and easily with… More ADHD And The Family: A Blueprint For Success
Do you experience difficulty in focusing? Are you tired of overseeing time and want solution? Does being late, forgetful and overwhelmed by your responsibilities sound familiar? This book is for anyone that’s Struggling with ADHD or ADD ADHD is one of the most common neuropsychological disorder in the modern era. It covers all aspect of… More ADHD Diet The Cure is Nutrition Not Drugs
From an early age, Jonathan knew he had a special brain. He also knew that if he learned how to manage it, he could help others with special brains learn how to harness theirs.
Released by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) this newly revised medication guide gives information for parents and clinicians on treating Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Updates include the addition of new research about children with ADHD in school, the transition of adolescents with ADHD into college and adulthood, and more effective treatments. Available… More ADHD Parents Medication Guide
This book was written with parents of children with ADHD and professionals working with ADHD children in mind. The book is intended to be practical and encouraging. ADHD may not go away, but managing the effects of this disorder is possible. Our “management” book emphasizes two keys. First, the adults (parents and educators) learn how… More ADHD: 102 Practical Strategies For “Reducing The Deficit” (2nd Edition)
Designed for the clinician, this kit includes practical tools such as symptom checklist (for parent and school), guidance in choosing therapy, examples of written management plans.
Realistic and optimistic information about ADHD, and four basic rules to help families find solutions to problems they often face. Rule #1 – Keep it positive. Rule #2- Keep it calm. Rule #3 – Keep it organized. Rule #4 – keep doing rules #1-3.
This guide to attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) offers parents balanced, reassuring, and authoritative information to help them understand and manage this challenging and often misunderstood condition. Based on the American Academy of Pediatrics’ own clinical practice guidelines for ADHD and written in clear, accessible language, this book answers the common questions: How is ADHD diagnosed?… More ADHD: What Every Parent Needs to Know (2nd Edition)
Offers a new view of ADD- by comparing persons with ADD to “hunters” and non- ADD as “farmers”. Includes a survival guide for adults with ADD, practical advice for teachers and parents. Very positive and empowering.
Suitable for ‘tween’ girls (ages 7-11) who have ADD/ADHD, this title offers girls, their parents, and professionals practical tips and techniques for managing attention disorders and the many aspects of life that these disorders can affect. Dr. Quinn has created fictional AD/HD girls with various problems and situations that readers might face and then provides… More Attention, Girls! A Guide to Learn All About Your AD/HD
Penny Williams openly shares the peaks and valleys of parenting a son with ADHD. She writes her unfiltered thoughts and emotions during her progression from a grief-stricken momma obsessed-with-ADHD control-freak and helicopter mom to an optimistic and (mostly) confident parent of a child who happens to have ADHD. It validates grief and guilt, yet reveals… More Boy Without Instructions: Surviving the Learning Curve of Parenting a Child With ADHD
Bright Not Broken identifies who twice exceptional children are and why they’re stuck. It contains what we can do to help , providing a whole child model for parents and educators to strengthen and develop a child’s innate gifts while also intervening to support the deficit. Bright Not Broken offers insight and practical strategies to… More Bright Not Broken: Gifted Kids, ADHD, and Autism