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Parenting Children With Adhd: 10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach (APA Lifetools) [Paperback]

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Pages   263
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8" Width: 5.08" Height: 0.64"
Weight:   0.72 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Publisher   American Psychological Association (APA)
ISBN  1591471826  
EAN  9781591471820  

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The author passes on his wisdom about how to help children with ADHD succeed, and includes medical, nutritional, educational, and psychological information in a format usably by parents, K-12 teachers and school adminstrator professionals, and health care professionals.

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Down-to-earth language. Good information on medication and protein.  Nov 28, 2008
I read "Parenting children with ADHD" by Vincent Monastra last night. I am very impressed with the down-to-earth language and clear ideas that he presents in this book. I am not a medical professional and often get lost in the first paragraph of medical descriptions of ADD, ADHD and Learning Disabilities.

After struggling with a local school system's ignorance and unwillingness to question archaic teaching methods, I appreciate the way that Vincent compares ADHD to other medical impairments.

If a child has a visual impairment, and needs accommodations in the classroom, would you expect a school administrator or teacher to say any of the following?
1. The parents need to go for parent training - the social worker will call you to schedule an appointment.
2. By the end of 5th grade, this child needs to be able to take down notes from the board and must learn to function at the same level as peers, irrespective of the impairment. (Substitute your own "must" here. "Must be able to sit still in class" or "Must be able to write five paragraph essays".)
3. The child just needs to try harder.
4. The impairment will go away as we promote the child through the grades without addressing the situation.

No parent should tolerate these comments if a child has a visual impairment or hearing impairment (although I expect that some school administrators that I have met will offer these comments).

Similarly, a child with ADHD or any other impairment should be accommodated. Vincent does a good job of comparing ADHD to other visual and hearing impairments which gives parent another tool to educate people who are not familiar with the current research on ADHD.

I advise parents who engage the school system for accommodations should start off by getting a child advocate. I will give you the name of a great child advocate in Connecticut, if you ask me. I suggest that you do not try to negotiate with your school district without a child advocate. Your school district has a different agenda to yours, so be warned.

Vincent also does a good job of describing current medication. How it works, the percentage of time that it doesn't work and similar details. I found it very enlightening and helpful.

I recommend this book to all parents who are raising kids with ADHD, ADD or a Learning Disability, especially if you are considering medication.
Great Book  Nov 23, 2008
Would recommend to anyone living with ADHD. My sister, husband, and step daughter are all ADHD. This book really explained and helped me understand a whole different side to it, including the medical stuff.
Good Info  Oct 10, 2008
There a was a lot of new informatin that I had not come across. This book was simple and easy to understand.
learn something in every chapter  Sep 13, 2008
great book. very helpful. I learned something new in every chapter. easy to read and understand. helps the whole family.
Great information and ideas for parents of kids with ADHD  Jun 9, 2008
The author makes great points and is very informative. The ideas on how to disipline are wonderful and they make a lot of sense. Plus they seem much fairer to a child with ADHD. I would definately recommend this book to any parent or family member of a child with ADHD.

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