The Survival Guide for Kids with Add or ADHD by John F. Taylor
  

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The Survival Guide for Kids with Add or ADHD by John F. Taylor

Do you have a hard time paying attention or staying still? Do you sometimes get yelled at for talking in class or moving around? Do you often zone out? Lose assignments? Fall behind in school? Have trouble controlling your behavior? Maybe you have ADD or ADHD. These are labels grown-ups use to understand and help kids with these types of challenges. If you've been labeled ADD or ADHD, this book is for you. Look inside to find: What ADD and ADHD mean - and don't mean. Ways to make each day go better at home, at school, and with friends. How to deal with strong feelings like anger, worry, and sadness. The lowdown on medicine many kids take for ADD or ADHD. The dish on foods that can help you manage your ADD or ADHD. Fun quizzes that will help you remember what you're learning. And much more This book was written especially for you. But you might want to share it with a parent or another caring adult. Talk it over together and try some of the activities. Meanwhile, know you're not alone. Lots of kids have ADD or ADHD. With a little effort, they have learned to succeed. So can you!...John F. Taylor, Ph.D., has created many materials for young people with ADD and ADHD and their families. He is the founder and president of ADD Plus and the father of three children with ADD.

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Format

Paperback
198 pages

Author

John F. Taylor
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Publisher

ReadHowYouWant.com Ltd

Publication date

17th July 2009

ISBN

9781442996823


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