Children diagnosed with ADHD may have difficulties with self-confidence and making friends, and most of these children have problems getting along with parents, teachers, and other authority figures. Left untreated, these problems can become very distressing for children with ADHD and their parents and siblings.
The ADHD Workbook for Kids is the first ADHD book in New Harbinger's Instant Help series and is written by internationally-recognized child psychologist Lawrence Shapiro. Over forty simple and short activities in this workbook help children with ADHD build confidence and manage their symptoms in order to get along better with others and handle everyday tasks such as getting ready for school. Children can do one activity each day, by themselves or with the help of a parent, to develop new lifetime skills for managing ADHD symptoms and related issues. The book includes age-appropriate information on medication, the importance of sleep and diet, and asking for help from adults when it's needed. Parents can use these effective activities to help guide children with ADHD through the process of learning to manage their behavior.
|Paperback Book, 173 pages||English|
|Instant Help Books (May. 1st, 2010)||Unknown|
|9781572247666||8.02 x 9.98 x 0.43 inches|
|Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD-ADHD)|