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How to Reach and Teach Children with ADD/ADHD
If I could only have one book in my library about Attention Deficit Disorder, it would be Sandra F. Rief’s comprehensive book, How to Reach and Teach Children with ADD/ADHD. This book is a complete reference for parents and educators. My review tells about the content in each section.
Improving Concentration for ADD
Having better focus at school with Attention Deficit Disorder is not just a matter of sitting at a desk, staring at the teacher, and repeating in your head, "Focus, focus, gotta concentrate on this." It's a process that starts in the home, and then continues at the school. Here are some strategies!
Impulsive Behaviors and Danger for Kids with ADD
Kids with ADD are impulsive, creative, energetic, and will persist in trying to solve puzzles that they are interested in. This can be a good thing, unless they are putting themselves in danger. Limit the dangerous situations that your child can find himself in.
Informational Sites for Attention Deficit Disorder
Where do you get your information about Attention Deficit Disorder? A lot of information on the internet can be unreliable. Here is an annotated list of some of my favorite informational websites about ADD. They provide authoritative information that you can count on to be accurate.
Insomnia with ADD
People with Attention Deficit Disorder may have a lot of problems getting to sleep. Find out about insomnia and what can be done about it.
Integrative Pediatrics and ADD
Many parents appreciate having alternatives to medication for their children who have Attention Deficit Disorder. This article tells how integrative pediatrics can help. It also offers resources to help find out more about this branch of pediatric medicine and alternative treatments for ADD.
Internet Safety and Kids with ADD
Many parents are uncomfortable about limiting their child’s computer freedoms. Hopefully, you already have computer rules in place to protect your child with ADD. Here are a group of policies that I feel are important to help keep your child internet-safe.
Involuntary Tics with ADD
Involuntary tics, also just known as tics, occur with a number of conditions, including Attention Deficit Disorder. Tics are repetitive in nature. Who gets tics and how are they caused? When do people have tics? What types of tics are there? People have these and many more questions about tics.
Is ADD Over or Under Diagnosed?
A ten-year study funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked whether Attention Deficit Disorder was over-diagnosed or under-diagnosed. What do you think? Here's what the study found!
Journal Writing and Attention Deficit Disorder
Writing a journal is a worthwhile activity in itself. As a tool for helping me live a good life with Attention Deficit Disorder, it is valuable.
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