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Helping Kids and Teens With ADHD in School

| by Joanne Steer & Kate Horstmann | This fun and interactive workbook is aimed at actively engaging young people with ADHD and supporting them. 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.

Kids in the Syndrome Mix

| by Martin L. Kutscher MD | Kids in the Syndrome Mix is a concise, scientifically up-to-date, all-in-one guide to the whole range of often co-existing neuro-behavioural disorders in children from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder, and bipolar disorder, to autistic spectrum disorders, nonverbal learning disabilities, sensory integration problems, and executive dysfunction.

The Ultimate Guide to School and Home

| by Sue Larkey and Anna Tullemans | This book provides key strategies for all ages and stages. It offers over 500 practical strategies and timer savers for school and home from engaging disengaged students, what to do if you don't have a teacher assistant to considerations for setting up a classroom for teachers; and from developing friends, to moving house and choosing a school for families. It is the ultimate guide for teachers, parents and all professionals supporting children with autism spectrum disorder, including Aspergers, ADD, ADHD, ODD and other developmental delays.

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Can I Tell You About ADHD?

| by Susan Yarney | Meet Ben Ð 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. For ages 7+.

Step by Step Help for Children with ADHD

| by Cathy Laver-Badbury et al | This simple, flexible six-step programme is full of tried-and-tested ideas for parents and professionals supporting families of young children with ADHD. By practicing the techniques and strategies, parents will gain confidence in their parenting and, over time, will improve the child's management of the condition. The programme includes games that will help improve the child's attention, exercises to develop patience and tips for supporting the child in successful self-organisation. There are also plenty of useful ideas for developing communication between parents and schools.

ADHD Living without Brakes

| by Martin L Kutscher | The author describes the spectrum of ADHD, the co-occurring symptoms, and common difficulties that parents face. The rest of the book focuses on solutions based around four rules. Rule number one is keeping it positive: punishments can change behaviour, but only positive approaches can improve attitude. Rule number two is keeping it calm: itÕs difficult thinking clearly enough to solve problems logically if you are feeling overwhelmed. Rule number three is keeping it organised: this rule relates particularly to the child’s school life. Rule number four is to keep doing rules one to three. Finally, Dr Kutscher discusses the role of medication for treating ADHD. The concluding chapter summarises the information covered and can also be read as a complete, freestanding text. Useful checklists and further reading recommendations are also included.

Organize Your ADD/ADHD Child

| by Cheryl R Cater | This book addresses the issues of organisation and time management in relation to ADD/ADHD, suggesting practical ways of organising your child’s day and turning chaos into calm. Accommodating short attention spans and short fuses, Cheryl Carter 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 organised! The author recognises 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 organised, and from A to B without a hitch.

Time Timer - 20cm Medium

20cm Time Timer (Medium - previously known as large. Retains the same dimensions) | Used as an interactive teaching tool, this classroom-tested teaching aide reinforces the sense of elapsed time with a graphic depiction of the time remaining. The Time Timer can be used to set time limits, measure the duration of activities and train students to make better use of available time.

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Have you checked out my FREE E-book? With over 100 tips and strategies to help set up your classroom for success, this E-book can help ensure you prepare your classroom for students who learn and engage differently. Neurodiversity should be celebrated, and this book will help maximise the abilities of your students, as well as helping reduce behaviour!

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Time Timer - 20cm Medium

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