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Written in English


  • Coping with personal problems,
  • Teaching of those with special educational needs,
  • Special Education - General,
  • Attention-deficit-disordered children,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • United States,
  • Special Education - Learning Disabled,
  • Special Education - Socially Handicapped,
  • Education / Special Education / Learning Disabled,
  • Attention-deficit-disordered c,
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivit,
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages168
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9646099M
ISBN 100810843196
ISBN 109780810843196

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In the second edition of The Gift of ADHD, Lara Honos-Webb offers strategies for shifting parents' understanding of their child's attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to focus on the positive traits of this diagnosis. The book also provides step-by-step cognitive behavioral exercises for helping children function effectively and Cited by: 8. In The Gift of Adult ADD, Lara Honos-Webb adapts the revolutionary approach first introduced in the parenting book The Gift of ADHD to the lives of adults with ADD. Instead of focusing on your weaknesses, this book shows you how to transform symptoms into strengths to improve your relationships, job performance, parenting skills, and overall quality of life/5(74).   In fact, Shankman calls ADHD a “gift” in his eye-opening new book with a mouthful of a title, Faster Than Normal: Turbocharge Your Focus, Productivity, and Success With the Secrets of the ADHD. Kids with ADHD have "gifts" -- and by helping them develop these gifts, parents can give their children more control over problem behaviors, a child psychologist argues in her popular book. In The Author: Daniel J. Denoon.

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  If you want to get him or her a gift that will be appreciated, you will need to think outside the box. The problem is usually that people with ADHD have, in general, slightly different needs when it comes to gifts. To help you pick out a great present, I have made a list of a few great gift ideas for adults with : Jon Sigurdsson. ADDitude's Favorite Products The Holiday Gift Guide for Adults with ADHD. What is the best holiday gift for an adult with ADHD? One that delivers order, peace, focus, inspiration, or self-care — a tall order that members of the ADDitude community delivered in spades with these recommendations for ADD-friendly presents that keep on giving. Lara Honos-Webb, Ph.D., is the author most recently of The Gift of ADHD Activity Book: Ways to Turn Your Child's Problems into Strengths. She is a licensed clinical psychologist, author of four books, and is considered one of the world's leading authorities on attention deficit disorder (ADD /5. In this book, she develops the ideas from The Gift of ADHD into simple and engaging activities you can use to develop your child’s unique strengths. The chapters of the book explore ways you can shift your thinking about different aspects of ADHD.4/5(1).