Peoplemaking. Personal and Professional Development Books and Training Resources.

50 Activities and Games for Kids with ADHD

Patricia Quinn , Judith Stern, illus Kate Sternberg

Formerly titled The Best of "Brakes": An Activity Books for Kids with ADD, this activity book contains games, activities, and resources to help make life more manageable and fun for kids with ADHD. In its pages kids will find practical advice from teachers, counselors, and other kids just like themselves for increasing success in school, making and keeping friends, understanding feelings, and dealing with siblings and parents.

28x22cm  94 pages  $29.95  

ADD/ADHD Behaviour-Change Resource Kit

Ready-To-Use Strategies & Activities for Helping Children with Attention Deficit Disorder

Grad L Flick

For teachers, counselors and parents, this comprehensive new resource is filled with up-to-date information and practical strategies to help kids with attention deficits learn to control and change their own behaviors and build the academic, social, and personal skills necessary for success in school and in life. The Kit first explains ADD/ADHD behavior, its biological bases and basic characteristics and describes procedures used for diagnosis and various treatment options. It then details a proven set of training exercises and programs in which teachers, counselors and parents work together to monitor and manage the child's behavior to achieve the desired results.

28x22cm  416 pages  $60.00  

ADHD Workbook for Kids

Helping Children Gain Self-Confidence, Social Skills, & Self-Control

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.
(New Harbinger Instant Help Series)

25x20cm  174 pages  $35.00  

ADHD Workbook for Teens

Activities to Help You Gain Motivation and Confidence
Instant Help Series

Lara Honos-Webb

With the "ADHD Workbook for Teens," readers will learn simple skills they can use to confidently handle school, make and keep friends, and organize and finish every project they start. Includes worksheets and exercised focusing on identifying strengths and interests.

26x20cm  132 pages  $35.95  

All Dogs Have ADHD

Kathy Hoopman

Taking an inspiring and affectionate look at Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), this delightful book combines humor with understanding to reflect the difficulties and joys of raising a child with ADHD, and celebrates what it means to be considered different.

22x22cm  64 pages  $24.00  

Alphabet Kids From ADD to Zellweger Syndrome:

A Guide to Developmental, Neurobiological and Psychological Disorders for Parents and Professionals New ed.

Robbie Woliver

From ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) to ZS (Zellweger Syndrome)-there seems to be an alphabet disorder for almost every behavior, from those caused by serious, rare genetic diseases to more common learning disabilities that hinder children's academic and social progress.
Alphabet Kids have disorders that are often concurrent, interconnected or mistaken for one another: for example, the frequent combination of ASD, OCD, SID and ADHD. If a doctor only diagnoses one condition, he or she may have missed others. As the rates of these disorders dramatically rise, Alphabet Kids explains it all. Covers 70 childhood disorders, providing information on causes, cures, treatments and prognoses. Chapters include a comprehensive list of signs and symptoms, and the disorders are illustrated with often heartbreaking, but always inspirational true-life stories of a child with the particular disorder.
This comprehensive, easy-to-read go-to guide will help parents to sort through all the interconnected childhood developmental, neurobiological and psychological disorders and serve as a roadmap to help start the families' journey for correct diagnoses, effective treatment and better understanding of their Alphabet Kids.

24x18cm  478 pages  $39.95  

Attention, Girls!

A Guide to Learn All About Your AD/HD

Patricia O Quinn, illus Carl Pearce

Meet Maddie. She sometimes forgets her homework, and she daydreams in class. She's smart and helpful. She doesn't bother other kids and she never ever gets into trouble! So, could she really have AD/HD?
With Attention, Girls! you'll meet other girls with AD/HD just like you and you'll learn lots of ways to take charge of your life. This book has tons of strategies and tips for you to:
Learn all about AD/HD
Get organized
Pay attention
Make and keep friends
Deal with your emotions
Understand medication
And so much more! So get reading and soon you'll get back to the business of being you.

23x18cm  128 pages  $25.00  

Can I tell you about ADHD?

A guide for friends, family and professionals

Susan Yarney

Meet Ben - a young boy with ADHD. Ben invites readers to learn about ADHD from his perspective. He helps children understand what it means to have ADHD and describes what it is and how it feels. Ben explains how he was diagnosed and what he has learnt about ways to relieve his ADHD symptoms, and how friends and adults can help at home and school.
This illustrated book is full of useful information and will be an ideal introduction for young people, aged 7 upwards, as well as parents, friends, teachers and professionals working with children with ADHD. It is also an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions. This series of books on a range of issues are like frequently asked questions, with straightforward and direct answers.

23x15cm  64 pages  $22.95  

CBT Toolbox for Children and Adolescents

Over 220 Worksheets & Exercises for Trauma, ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Depression & Conduct Disorders

Lisa Phifer, and others

The CBT Toolbox for Children and Adolescents gives you the resources to help the children in your life handle their daily obstacles with ease. Inside this workbook you'll find hundreds of worksheets, exercises, and activities to help treat: - Trauma - ADHD - Autism - Anxiety - Depression - Conduct Disorders Written by clinicians and teachers with decades of experience working with kids, these practical and easy-to-use therapy tools are vital to teaching children how to cope with and overcome their deepest struggles. Step-by-step, you'll see how the best strategies from cognitive behavioral therapy are adapted for children.

28x23cm  $70.00  

Cory Stories

A Kid's Book About Living with ADHD

Jeanne Kraus

In short statements and vignettes, Cory describes what it's like to have ADHD: how it affects his relationships with friends and family, his school performance, and his overall functioning. He also describes many ways of coping with ADHD: medication, therapy/counseling, and practical tips for school, home, and friendships.

25x20cm  32 pages  $19.95  

Driven to Distraction

Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder (Revised)

Edward Hallowell, John Ratey

Through vivid stories and case histories of patients--both adults and children ... [the authors] explore the varied forms ADHD takes, from hyperactivity to daydreaming. They dispel common myths, offer practical coping tools, and give a thorough accounting of all treatment options as well as tips for helping a diagnosed child, partner, or family member. But most importantly, they focus on the positives that can come with this 'disorder'--including high energy, intuitiveness, creativity, and enthusiasm

20x13cm  400 pages  $28.95  

Executive Functioning Workbook for Teens

Help for Unprepared, Late, and Scattered Teens
Instant Help Series

Sharon Hansen

Disorganized, chronically late, forgetful, or impulsivethese are words commonly used to describe teens with executive functioning disorder (EFD), an attention disorder marked by an inability to stay on task. In this easy-to-use, practical workbook, a licensed school counselor provides teens suffering from EFD the skills needed to get organized, retain information, communicate effectively, and perform well in school and everyday life. From handling frustration to taking notes in class, this book will help teens with EFD hone the skills they need to succeed.
Instant Help Series

25x20cm  144 pages  $33.95  

Help is on the Way

A Child's book about ADD

Marc Nemifoff, Jane Annunziata, illus Margaret Scott

Children with ADD don't have to go it alone -- help is on the way! That's the message of this warm, reassuring book. It describes how children might experience the symptoms of ADD, using simple and upbeat language and cheerful, vibrant illustrations that move the text dynamically along. The book tells them how they can cope with it, and what kind of help is available. An extensive resource guide for parents and guardians outlines the symptoms and diagnosis of attention deficit disorders, provides suggestions for living with ADD children, and touches on the use of medications, play therapy, occupational therapy, and tutors.

29x22cm  59 pages  $27.00  

Helping Kids and Teens with ADHD in School

A Workbook for Teachers and Parents on Classroom Support and Managing Transitions

Joanne Steer, Kate Horstmann

This fun and interactive workbook is aimed at actively engaging young people with ADHD and supporting them as they negotiate the pitfalls of growing-up, and the transition to secondary or high school.
Each chapter focuses on a different key issue affecting children with ADHD around the time of school transition, such as organization, friendships and stress. If left unaddressed, these difficulties can contribute to low self-esteem, behavioural problems and poor academic achievement. Using tried-and-tested strategies and top tips, this fully-photocopiable workbook will help adults to work collaboratively with young people to learn, test strategies, set goals and develop comprehensive support plans around individual needs.

28x22cm  208 pages  $45.00  

Helping Students Take Control of Everyday Executive Functions

The Attention Fix

Paula Moraine

This book presents an innovative model for supporting executive function in students with attention, memory, organization, planning, inhibition, initiative, and flexibility difficulties, including those with ADHD, ADD, autism spectrum disorders and related The author advocates a student-centred approach in which educators first explore 8 key 'ingredients' with the student: relationships; strengths and weaknesses; self-advocacy and responsibility; review and preview; motivation and incentive; synthesis and analysis; rhythm and routine; and practice and repetition. She provides a step-by-step explanation of how these 'ingredients' can then be used in different ways and in different combinations to successfully address particular areas of difficulty.conditions.

23x16cm  208 pages  $47.00  

It's Hard to Be a Verb!

Julia Cook, Carie Hartman

Being a verb is hard...especialy for Louis, who can't seem to control himself when he gets the urge to move at the wrong time and situation. Louis' mum comes to the rescue by teaching him techniques to help keep his inner itching, twitching and jumping to be a verb in check.
A positive resource for anyone dealing with ADHD or challenged by someone who has ADHD.

20x22cm  32 pages  $19.95  

Kids in the Syndrome Mix

Of ADHD, LD, Autism Spectrum, Tourette's, Anxiety and More!: The One Stop Guide for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals Revised ed

Martin Kutscher

The completely updated and expanded new edition of this well-established text incorporates DSM-5 changes as well as other new developments. The all-in-one guide covers the whole range of often co-existing neuro-behavioral disorders in children from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety, to autism spectrum disorders, nonverbal learning disabilities, Tourette's, sensory integration problems, and executive dysfunction.

256 pages  $42.95  

Learning to Be Kind and Understand Differences

Empathy Skills for Kids with AD/HD

Judith Glasser, Jill Kushner, Charles Beyl, illus

Everyday you are learning all kinds of new skills and one that helps you get along better with other people is empathy - understanding how other people think and feel. Having empathy lets you see different points of view, understand that everyone shows their feelings differently. This book also helps you to pay attention to your feelings and learn the connection between thoughts and feelings.
This book is meant to be used by kids with parents or other caring adults. It includes a note and additional resources that adults might find especially helpful.

23x15cm  96 pages  $28.95  

Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool

Emotional Regulation Tools for Kids With AD/HD

Judith M Glasser and Kathleen G Nadeau

Packed with practical advice and fun activities, this book will show you how to:
Understand your emotions
Practice healthy habits to stay in your Feel Good Zone
Know the warning signs that you are heading into your Upset Zone
Feel better when you get upset
Problem-solve so upsets come less often
And much more! Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool also includes a note and resources for parents.
Get ready to take charge of your emotions and start feeling better!

23x15cm  128 pages  $28.95  

Learning to Plan and Be Organized

Executive Function Skills for Kids With AD/HD

Kathleen Nadeau

When you are good at planning and organizing, your day just runs smoother. And guess what? These skills can help you reach your goals, too! Packed with examples, activities, and fun, this workbook will help you: build good habits; develop routines; organize your stuff; get things done; manage your time; plan projects; create reminders for yourself; and much more!
This book also includes a note and additional resources for parents.

128 pages  $26.95  

Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention

A Kid's Book about ADHD (Revised) (3RD ed.)

Kathleen Nadeau, Ellen Dixon, Charles Beyl

This updated edition of this kid-centered book on ADHD written from the child's point of view includes easy-to-read text, fun cartoons, and activities, as well as loads of self-help tips for coping with friends, family. and schoolwork, getting organized, getting disciplined, and getting things done. Illustrations.

22x16cm  95 pages  $27.95  

Mastering Your Adult ADHD

A Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment Program - Therapist Guide

Steven Safren and others

Used in conjunction with the corresponding client workbook, this therapist guide offers effective treatment strategies that follow an empirically-supported treatment approach. It provides clinicians with effective means of teaching clients skills that have been scientifically tested and shown to help adults cope with ADHD. The step-by-step, session-by-session descriptions are a practical resource for therapists who deliver the treatment to clients with ADHD. Together, the therapist guide and client workbook contain all of the information and materials necessary to delivery this treatment in the context of individual outpatient cognitive behavioural therapy. TreatmentsThatWorkTM represents the gold standard of behavioral healthcare interventions!

26x17cm  152 pages  $72.95  

Mastering Your Adult ADHD

A Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Program Client Workbook

Steven Safren and others

The intervention described in this client workbook contains all of the necessary information for participating in a practical, tested, and effective cognitive-behavioral intervention for adults with ADHD and residual symptoms not full treated by medications alone.

28x22cm  144 pages  $65.00  

Mindful Parenting for ADHD

A Guide to Cultivating Calm, Reducing Stress, and Helping Children Thrive

Mark Bertin

Parents of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) face many unique daily challenges. Kids with ADHD are often inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsiveand as a result, parents can become frustrated or stressed out. In this book a pediatrician presents a proven-effective program for helping both parents and kids with ADHD stay calm in the present moment. Parents will also learn how to let go of judgments, reasonably assess their child's strengths and weaknesses, lower stress levels for both themselves and their child, communicate effectively, and cultivate balance and harmony at home and at school

25x20cm  256 pages  $35.95  

Multicoloured Mayhem

Parenting the Many Shades of Adolescents and Children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome and AD/HD

Jacquie Jackson

Jacqui Jackson has seven children. Luke (author of Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome) has Asperger Syndrome, Joe has ADHD, and Ben has autism. Life is anything but straightforward, but the chaos of the Jacksons' lives is threaded through with humor and common sense. Full of anecdotes and lively thinking, the book explains vividly what it is like to parent young people with such a range of conditions, and provides a wealth of helpful and creative advice for other parents and carers. Anyone who has wondered what life in such a family might be like will be fascinated.

23x16cm  256 pages  $37.95  

No One to Play With

Social problems of LD and ADD children

Betty Osman

In the backyard at home or the playground at school, LD/ADD youngsters are often cruelly snubbed in informal play groups. To see a child socially isolated or rejected hurts caring adults, partly, perhaps, because memories of their own painful childhood experiences are stirred up. While it is neither possible nor even desirable to alleviate all the pain inherent in growing up, obviously we can't merely sit back and watch the child suffer. The right kind of intervention can have an impact. Children's "social quotients" can be raised just as intelligence quotients can be improved when the learning environment changes for the better. Social skills, like academic subjects, must be learned and can be taught. This compassionate, practical, readable guide describes everyday social problems and situations and offers invaluable advice on how to deal with them effectively. Among topics covered are: getting along with other kids; handling the social aspects of school; group techniques; and adolescent difficulties.

23x15cm  208 pages  $59.95  

Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder in Childhood

Walter Matthys, John Lochman

For many years, the fields of Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Conduct Disorder (CD) and aggressive and antisocial behaviour, have been researched independently of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and hyperactive, impulsive and inattentive behaviour. In reality, they often occur simultaneously, and their separation has led to a hampering of our understanding of the two groups. However, the last decade has seen an integration of the research fields, essential for an accurate understanding of these disorders, and information on this topic has grown rapidly.
Focusing on children aged 3 to 14 years, this book offers a concise and comprehensive overview of empirical knowledge and associated clinical information on ODD and CD; it does so with respect to aetiology, assessment and treatment, and to neurobiological factors in these disorders. In reviewing the literature, the authors pay particular attention to recently published studies and meta-analyses, without neglecting older high quality studies.
Written as a guide for professionals, this book is useful as a succinct overview of the field for both students and researchers; it is also of value to advanced researchers, offering essential information on topics which may not be their primary focus of interest and expertise.

262 pages  $  

Organize Your ADD/ADHD Child

A Practical Guide for Parents

Cheryl R Carter

Living with ADD/ADHD can be hectic, and parenting a child with this disorder can feel like an uphill struggle when even the simplest of tasks causes havoc. This book addresses the issues of organization and time management in relation to ADD/ADHD, suggesting practical ways of organizing your child's day and turning chaos into calm.
Accommodating short attention spans and short fuses, shows how, by using the F.I.R.S.T method (Fun, Individualism, Rules, Simplicity and Time management), even the most hyperactive and easily distracted of children can be taught to make their bed, pack their school bag, and generally get organized! The author recognizes that children hate anything that is boring, and finds fun ways around even the most mundane of tasks. Her no-nonsense, step-by-step strategies, in combination with positive affirmations and realistic demands, will get ADD/ADHD children organized, and from A to B without a hitch.

22x14cm  127 pages  $26.95  

Parenting Children with ADHD

10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach

Vincent Monastra

Drawing from his experiences in evaluating and treating over 10,000 children and teens with ADHD, Dr. Monastra presents a series of ten "lessons" that are essential for promoting the success of kids with ADHD. Includes medical, nutritional, educational, and psychological information in a format usably by parents, K-12 teachers and school adminstrator professionals, and health care professionals.

20x13cm  263 pages  $31.95  

Putting on the Brakes

Understanding and Taking Control of Your ADD or ADHD (3RD ed.)

Patricia Quinn, Judith Stern

Now in its 20th year of publication, Putting on the Brakes remains the essential go-to resource for kids, parents, and professionals looking for tips and techniques on managing attention disorders. This third edition is updated and revised throughout with the latest info, resources, medication types, and glossary terms on ADHD. Written by two nationally recognized ADHD experts, Putting on the Brakes is loaded with practical ways to improve organizational, focusing, studying, and homework skills and contains more strategies for making friends, controlling emotions, and being healthy. This book gives kids with ADHD the tools for success in and out of school and helps them to feel empowered to be the best they can be!

23x18cm  112 pages  $27.95  

Putting on the Brakes Activity Book for Kids with ADD or ADHD

Rev Ed

Patricia O Quinn and Judith M Stern

The activities are comprehensive and cover practically every area in a kid’s life that AD/HD can affect: school (homework, test-taking, planning for projects, time management, making friends, proofreading, etc.); home (organizing, taking medication, doing things step-by-step); behavior and emotion control/regulation (anger management, conflict resolution, learning from mistakes, relaxation techniques, etc.); health and nutrition (healthy foods, exercise, getting outside/green space, etc.); and self-awareness/self-esteem (strengths & weaknesses, making friends, etc).
All of this information is presented to kids in fun, engaging activities that challenge their skills and empower them to strive to be their best. New activities include “Exercise Can Be Fun!”, “Your Exercise Log”, “Finding Your Green Space”, “Recognizing Anger’s Warning Signs”, “Avoiding What Makes You Angry “, “Organizing Your Writing”, and “Practice Outlining”. Exercises from the original book have been updated to reflect new technological advancements (i.e., computers/PDAs). This book is packed with useful and empowering lessons/skills kids can apply to and implement in their daily lives. It shows kids all of the ways they can take control of their AD/HD—the Activity Book teaches them that they have choices that can immensely improve their everyday life. Intended for 8-13 year olds

28x22cm  96 pages  $31.95  

Ready, Set, Breathe

Practicing mindfulness with your children for fewer meltdowns and a more peaceful family

Carla Naumburg

Being a parent is stressful, and when your child has a meltdown, it can be difficult to keep cool, let alone help your child to calm down. This book shows you and your child how to focus and calm down and live in the present moment. It offers real solutions to help you both deal with stress using everyday mindfulness games, activities, rituals, and habits. Designed for children ages 3-10 years old, this book is fun, engaging, and effective. As any parent knows, children aren't always receptive to what you say. Parental advice is often ignored or perceived as intrusive; and trying to get your kid to calm down and breathe can turn into an unpleasant power struggle in which you feel powerless and frustrated; and your child can feel nagged or bullied. The good news is that it doesn't have to be this way. In this book, you'll learn to teach mindfulness to your child in the most enjoyable and realistic way possible. You'll also learn skills to help yourself stay calm when your child does act up-especially in public. This is a must-read for all parents!

23x15cm  183 pages  $38.00  

Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World

Unlocking the potential of your ADD child.

Freed & Parsons

Freed, who works exclusively with ADD and gifted children, has developed a simple, easy-to-apply program that works with the special abilities of the ADD child. Including a Ten-Minute-a-Day program for parents and children.

14x21cm  256 pages  $22.00  

School Success for Kids with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Michelle Davis, Vincent Culotta, Eric Levine, Elisabeth Hess Rice

This book gives parents and teachers of students with conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, mood disorders, or other emotional and behavioral disorders the strategies they need to help these kids overcome their struggles and find success in school. Based on the experiences of psychologists and educators working with kids with these disorders, this book provides help for children needing to control their emotional outbursts and strategies to teach kids to monitor, review, and change their behaviors.
The chapters cover topics like managing the classroom, dealing with struggles with homework, choosing from options such as time out or restraint to control behavior, helping kids develop self-advocacy strategies and independence, and planning services and accommodations for these disorders. The book also includes multiple tools for parents and teachers to reproduce and use immediately to help their students with emotional and behavioral problems overcome their challenges.

23x16cm  297 pages  $45.00  

Slow Down, So I Can Tell You I Love You

A Handbook for parents of children with AD/HD

Tammy Young

Gives parents practical strategies for defining each child's personality in positive terms, and shows how to help children with AD/HD become responsible for their actions, overcome unacceptable behaviour, and take control of heir lives. Considers aspcets such as treatment of AD/HD, life at home in a range of settings, discipline, oppositional defiance, success in school, advocating for a student with AD/HD, and parenting tips such as love, choice, problem solving, and the peace of acceptance.

24x16cm  197 pages  $44.00  

Smart But Scattered

The Revolutionary "Executive Skills" Approach to Helping Kids Reach Their Potential

Peg Dawson , Richard Guare

Scientists who study child development have recently found that kids who are "smart but scattered" lack or lag behind in crucial executive skills—the core, brain-based habits of mind required to “execute” tasks like getting organized, staying focused, and controlling emotions. Drawing on this revolutionary discovery, school psychologist Peg Dawson and neuropsychologist Richard Guare have developed an innovative program that parents and teachers can use to strengthen kids’ abilities to plan ahead, be efficient, follow through, and get things done. Smart but Scattered provides ways to assess children’s strengths and weaknesses and offers guidance on day-to-day issues like following instructions in the classroom, doing homework, completing chores, reducing performance anxiety, and staying cool under pressure. Small steps add up to big improvements, enabling these kids to build the skills they need to live up to their full potential. More than 40 reproducibles are included.

The Publisher grants individual book purchasers nonassignable permission to reproduce selected materials in this book for professional use.

25x18cm  314 pages  $44.00  

Smart But Scattered Teens

The "Executive Skills" Program for Helping Teens Reach Their Potential

Richard Guare, Peg Dawson, Colin Guare

Executive skills are critical to success in life, but may be delayed in some teens and young adults--and parents are often at a loss for how to help. "Smart but Scattered Teens" is just what parents need. This is a highly useful guide for improving teens' executive skills and motivating them to use the skills they already have."--Patricia O. Quinn

25x18cm  293 pages  $43.00  

Socially ADDept

Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD, and Asperger's (Revised)

Janet Giler

Decodes the often confusing rules of social behavior for all children Socially ADDept helps educators and parents teach the hidden rules of social behavior to children with limited social skills, notably those with special needs like ADHD, learning disabilities, Asperger's and high-functioning autism, Tourette Syndrome, and nonverbal learning disabilities. The author provides all the information parents and professionals need to know to help kids learn social skills in simple, concise explanations.

The book is divided into eight sections that educators can use as teaching units or parents can work through one week (or month) at a time. Includes a way for children to see themselves and how their behavior looks to others. Deciphers the complex rules of nonverbal language into friendly, bite-sized morsels that kids can understand. Offers a field-tested collection of suggestions and strategies for parents and professionals who want to enhance a child's social competence. Socially ADDept is presented in a hands-on workbook format, complete with reproducible student worksheets that are also available for free download from the publisher web site.

28x22cm  208 pages  $54.00  

Some Kids Just Can't Sit Still!

Sam Goldstein, illus Allie DeSisto

Written in a Seussian style, this delightful story explains why children suffering from attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) react differently to simple situations in their daily lives. Explaining the symptoms of ADHD in an entertaining way, this tale helps children understand their differences, accept treatment, and retain positive self-esteem. Parents, teachers, and doctors will welcome this dialogue concerning how they can help children with ADHD.

20x25cm  32 pages  $28.95  

Strategies for Teaching Adolescents with ADHD

Effective Classroom Techniques Across the Content Areas, Grades 6-12

Silvia L DeRuvo

This practical, hands-on guide offers teachers proven strategies that can be easily implemented in the classroom to boost learning for teenagers with ADHD. Filled with research-based interventions for teaching the core content areas: English/language arts, math, science, and social studies. These tested methods help students to interact with the content in a variety of media including speaking, writing, drawing, and movement. The strategies provided here are designed to seamlessly blend into core content instruction and can be used across all content areas.
provides insight into the biological and neurological components of ADHD and shows how the disorder manifests in teens academically, socially, and behaviorally. The book identifies the markers of ADHD in both girls and boys, and explains targeted accommodations that can help them achieve success both inside and outside the classroom. While the book offers information that highlights working with ADHD students, the strategies and techniques offered in this book can be used to help all students succeed.

27x22cm  176 pages  $54.00  

Striker, Slow Dowm

A Calming Book for Children Who Are Always on the Go

Emma Hughes, John Smisson, illus

Striker, the cat who is always in a hurry, is halted by a bump to the head as he rushes out the house on the way to the park. Will he listen to his mama's advice and find time for a little calm? This book is perfect for busy children, helping them to identify the differing feelings of chaos and calm and how to strike a balance.

21x22cm  40 pages  $26.00  

Take Control of ADHD

The Ultimate Guide for Teens With ADHD

Ruth Spokah, Kenneth Stefano

Helps teens take control of their disorder and find success in school and in life. By creating the “ADHD Attention Profile” discussed in the book, readers will recognize how ADHD affects them, discover coping strategies and technology tools to improve their focus, and develop a self-advocacy plan they can use immediately.
The book presents the latest research and information on ADHD in a conversational style that teens can understand easily, allowing them to develop a better understanding of their disorder. By including suggestions from teens with ADHD, the authors offer tons of advice, information, and ideas for students, from students just like them. This handy guidebook is sure to help teens with ADHD learn to refocus their attention and find success in school and beyond!


Teaching Life Skills to Children and Teens With ADHD

A Guide for Parents and Counselors

Vincent Monastra

Features practical strategies for helping children and teens develop essential life skills at home, school, or in a support group setting.
Some of these skills include:
Engaging others in conversations
Seeking out confidence-building experiences
Responding appropriately to teasing
Establishing friendships and social networks
Trying group activities to avoid isolation
Developing healthy eating, sleeping and exercise habits
Solving problems and getting organized
Showing sensitivity to others' emotions
Each chapter includes exercises to help you teach, model, and guide your child in trying out these skills. Interactive checklists, quizzes, and guided journal entries are provided as tools for reflection and for engaging children and teens in ways that are interesting and fun.

21x14cm  240 pages  $42.95  

Teaching Teens with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits 2nd ed

A Quick Reference Guide for Teachers and Parents (2ND ed.)

Chris Zeigler Dendy

This updated edition provides more than 80 summaries (annotated checklists for easy consumption) chock full of new information on research, teaching strategies, education law, executive functioning, social skills, and medication.

28x22cm  376 pages  $54.00  

Teenagers with ADD and ADHD

A guide for parents and professionals (3rd ed.)

Chris Zeigler

The newly updated and expanded guide to raising a teenager with an attention deficit disorder is more comprehensive than ever. Thousands more parents can rely on Dendy's compassionately presented expertise based on the latest research and her more than 40 years of experience as a parent, teacher, school psychologist, and mental health counselor. Her book looks at key areas that make adolescence -- an already challenging time of life ? potentially more difficult for kids with ADD or ADHD: academics, dating, driving, socializing, and greater independence. TEENAGERS WITH ADD and ADHD give parents insight on everything from understanding the diagnosis to treatment options, and from behavioral and academic issues, to parent involvement and self-advocacy

27x21cm  400 pages  $45.00