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Late, Lost, and Unprepared

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Late, Lost, and Unprepared: A Parents' Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning

 

by Joyce Cooper-Kahn, Ph.D. & Laurie Dietzel, Ph,D.

$19.95

Every child and adult with ADHD has weak executive skills. This book provides proven solutions based on the authors' extensive experience working with children and adults. Readers learn what works and what doesn't, how to help a child or a student be more organized and in control, and to avoid meltdowns and power struggles.

ISBN: 978-1-890627-84-3
217 pages
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Homework Made Simple

Tips, Tools, and Solutions for Stree-Free Homework

by Ann K. Dolin

$14.95

This book is for any parent who has ever experienced stress, self-doubt, and anxiety over their child's homework. In Homework Made Simple, Dolin, an educator with over 20 years of teaching and tutoring experience, reveals the core problems that lead to homework conflicts. She identifies six key student profiles that lead to homework struggles: Disorganization, Rushing, Procrastination, Avoidance, Inattention, and Frustration. The reader will find over 100 solutions to tackle these difficulties and other common, but challenging homework issues.

 
272 pages
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The Family ADHD Solution

by Mark Bertin, MD

$17.00

In this accessible guide, developmental pediatrician, Mark Bertin, demystifies ADHD and provides parents with:

  • clear explanations of the biological causes of ADHD
  • behavioral and medical solutions to academic and social problems
  • research-proven, mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques that benefit the whole family
  • advice to help your child build healthy relationships with peers and with you.
SBN:978-0-230-10505-8
230 pages
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Transitioning to College

 

Ready for Take-Off: Preparing Your Teen with ADHD or LD for College

by Theresa L. Maitland, Ph.D. and Patricia Quinn, MD

$19.95

In today's world, getting accepted to college is only half of the battle. Staying in there is another matter altogether. And for students with ADHD or learning disabilities, staying, thriving, and graduating from college can be very challenging even for the most academically prepared students.
Ready for Take-Off lays out a plan to keep students with ADHD or LD in college by first teaching parents to prepare their teen for take-off and their first solo flight away from the home.


This essential resource encourages parents to adopt a unique "coaching-style" approach in their parenting and urges parents to stop micromanaging their teen's day-to-day life. Using college readiness surveys and handy worksheets, parents can objectively determine if they are playing a productive or nonproductive role in their teenager's life and learn ways to promote self-determination, daily living and academic skills by using the time in high school to help their teen be ready for take-off.

 
208 pages
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Transitioning to College

 

Transiton to College - Is Your Teen Ready?

New downloadable booklet edited by Patricia Quinn, MD

$8.95

Packed with information for parents and teens to use during high school to get ready for college. In addition, to readiness surveys, this booklet also contains articles on preparing for independence, choosing a college, assessing services on campus, hiring a coach, managing ADHD meds, and handling stress.

"A real 'gem' that every parent of an ADHD teen should read and share with their teen."

 
46 pages
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Outnumbered, Not Outsmarted

Outnumbered, Not Outsmarted! An A to Z Guide for Working with Kids

by Cathi Cohen, LCSW

$14.95

Whether you are a teacher, a coach, a Scout leader, or a camp counselor, working with children in groups is both rewarding and challenging. One-on-one, children may be a delight to work with, but put them in groups with other children and chaos ensues! Outnumbered, Not Outsmarted! An A to Z Guide for Working with Kids and Teens in Groups is filled with practical strategies and techniques to address common childhood group problems, this book will teach adult leaders how to handle issues for every letter of the alphabet!

ISBN13: 9780971460942  
248 pages
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School Strategies for ADD Teens - Downloadable PDF

by Kathleen G. Nadeau, Ellen B. Dixon, and Sue Biggs

$6.95

Guidelines for Schools, Parents and Students. Grades 6-12.

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Focus Series - Social Skills

Social Skills Help for Girls and Women with ADHD

$3.95

Downloadable file (contains the following articles)

  • Are Girls with AD/HD Socially Adept?
  • What Does Everyone Else Know That I Don’t?
  • Listening Bloopers
  • Raise Your Child’s Social IQ
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Understanding Women with AD/HD
AD/HD & Driving
Written by J. Marlene Snyder, Ph.D.
$17.00
Written in a friendly, yet straight forward manner, this book makes parents aware of the main decisions they must make before putting their child in the driver’s seat. Practical checklists, worksheets, and sample contracts are provided to assist the parent in encouraging safe driving behaviors.
ISBN 0-9708813-0-4
147 pages
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Understanding Women with AD/HD
When Moms and Kids Have ADD: Expanded Version
Written by Patricia Quinn, M.D. and Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D.
$5.95
“How am I supposed to help my kids when I can’t manage my own ADD?” Unlike many other parenting books, When Moms and Kids have ADD recognizes that ADD is a family affair. Rather than offering parenting advice that may be highly unrealistic, this book starts by addressing a mother’s needs, helping her to understand the importance of getting help for herself before she can succeed in helping her kids.
ISBN 0-9714609-1-4
80 pages
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SocialIQ

UPDATED AND REVISED 2014!!

Raise Your Child's Social IQ: Stepping Stones to People Skills for Kids
By Cathi Cohen, LCSW
$16.95
Parents, this book offers direct, sense-making, step-by-step exercises that parents can do with their children to increase their social skills and awareness. Based on the highly successful social skills training groups that have been directed by Cathi Cohen for many years, Raise Your Child's Social I.Q. provides parents with the structure to work on skills at home - how to join a group, how to choose friends, how to notice what people around you are feeling, how to handle angry feelings, and much, much more.
ISBN 0-96660366-8-9
264 pages
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SECOND EDITION

COMING OCTOBER 2014!

Understanding Girls with AD/HD SECOND EDITION
By Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D., Ellen Littman, Ph.D., & Patricia Quinn, M.D.
$21.95

A ground-breaking book on the needs and issues of girls with attentional problems: why they are often undiagnosed, how they are different from boys, and what their special needs are in school, in their social world and at home. Age-related checklists from pre-school to high school AND a Girl's Self-report Scale to help parents and professionals better identify and help girls with AD/HD.

 

ISBN 0-9660366-5-4
296 pages
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Understanding Girls with AD/HD

 

 

100 Questions & Answers About Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Women and Girls

by Patricia O. Quinn, MD

$19.95

If you are a woman who has been diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or the parent of a girl with the condition, this book offers you help and a better understanding of the issues.

100 Questions & Answers About Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Women and Girls provides practical answers to common questions about this disorder and important information about unique symptoms, the diagnosis process, management, and sources of support for women and girls with ADHD.


"An invaluable resource, that provides the necessary tools for anyone coping with the emotional turmoil caused by ADHD."

Table of Contents:

Part  1  ADHD in Women and Girls: What are the Differences?
Part  2  ADHD and Coexisting Conditions Commonly Seen in Girls and Women
Part  3  Treatment of ADHD in Girls and Women
Part  4  Other Issues Faced by Girls and Women with ADHD
Part  5  Getting More Help for ADHD

ISBN: 978-0-7637-8452-2
242 pages
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Academics and Kids with ADD

 

School Issues When Kids Have ADD (ADHD)
$2.95

(contains the following articles)

  • Some Advice for the New School Year
  • Home-schooling Experience
  • Moms, Kids and Homework
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Moms with ADD

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Moms with ADD
By Christine A. Adamec
$14.95
This refreshing and easy-to-navigate book offers tips, strategies, and guidelines for the reader. For moms with ADD, it's full of helpful and specific suggestions as well as being emotionally validating and guilt reducing!
ISBN 0-87833-175-1
224 pages
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