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Teenagers With ADD: A Parents' Guide (The Special-Needs Collection)

by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy

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Parents, educators, and health professionals rely on this best selling guide to understand and cope with teenagers with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). With a positive outlook, this book covers symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, accommodations, advocacy, legal rights, family & school life, and options after high school. Appropriate interventions are discussed for troubling behaviors such as sleep disturbances, learning problems, depression, and driving problems. Abundant anecdotal information provide insight and advice to successfully navigate the teenage years. This book discusses typical troubling behaviours, provides perspectives for parents of diagnosed teens, and assists other parents in determining whether ADD is affecting their child. Hallmark characteristics of the disorder and methods for overcoming these difficulties are described. Throughout are the voices of teens, parents, educators and professionals who describe the peaks and valleys of life with ADD, providing insight, hope, support, and advice for successfully navigating the teenage years.
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This book discusses typical troubling behaviours, provides perspectives for parents of diagnosed teens, and assists other parents in determining whether ADD is affecting their child. Hallmark characteristics of the disorder and methods for overcoming these difficulties are described. Throughout are the voices of teens, parents, educators and professionals who describe the peaks and valleys of life with ADD, providing insight, hope, support, and advice for successfully navigating the teenage years.

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