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15 Books About ADHD
People who have ADHD and their families always want to know everything that there is to know about this disorder. They want to understand it and be able to live the happiest, healthiest life that they possibly can. These books on our list do just that for parents and anyone who may know someone who has this disorder. These books range from guides with parents who have children who have ADHD , to experts who have specifically studied this subject. Whatever book you choose they are packed with information regarding signs and symptoms, tips and suggestions and even possible treatments on how to handle something like this. For this update, we focused on rewriting our introduction section in order to correct various spelling and grammatical errors.
And no child is happy when a teacher becomes frustrated with his behavior and sends notes home to his parents. Fortunately, there are many great books written for both kids and parents on managing ADHD, each one offering a different opinion of what ADHD is and how best to help a distracted or overactive child. Some authors emphasize medication, but there are many other perspectives. Others advise that kids spend less time in front of electronic screens and more time outdoors in physical activities. There is no dispute, however, that reading books — whether alone or with a parent — has a calming effect on children and may be especially helpful to kids with ADHD. Here are five books meant to inspire and empower young readers who are overactive or inattentive — and three informative reads for parents.
10 Best Books on ADHD
Parents are sent out into the world with a prescription and maybe a fact sheet or two when their child is diagnosed with ADHD. When my son was diagnosed , there was no manual or guidebook for this special parenthood so I wrote one. Most parents are still thrust into it blind, and usually take a beating before you get this special parenthood figured out. This is a good starter book if your child was recently diagnosed with ADHD. The Out of Sync Child explains this disorder and how to help your child appropriately manage sensory input and needs.