ADHD

  • by Joseph P. Jennings
  • Narrated by Berkeley Pickell
  • 0 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Parents, teachers you are not alone; it is a well-known challenge raising a child with ADHD. During the difficult moments it can seem there is no hope. I don't want you to lose heart. This book is jam packed full with helpful insight on how to handle most difficulties you've encountered. This book is a mighty resource for you to use time and time again in raising and teaching a child with ADHD.
Here are some benefits you will find in this audiobook:
Removing distractions during study time
Creating a learning and clutter free teaching environment
Making time to spend individually with the child with ADHD
How to use medication or natural remedies
How to supervise correctly with results
How to properly encourage a child verbally
How to detect early signs of ADHD in children
How to properly care for yourself while taking care of a child with ADHD
How to discipline and correct without damaging the child's well-being and self-worth
Class room strategies to get the best out of each student
Effective methods to promote learning and comprehension of the day's lessons
And much, much more

Millions of parents and teachers struggle with this dilemma. But you don't have to. You can manage and help nurture a child in the right direction without making him or her feel alienated. This book contain effective strategies for the proper way of teaching a child with ADHD.
Download this book today to help you find the right tools and keys in raising a child diagnosed with ADHD.

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So unprofessional

This "book" is more of a poorly-written brochure. The syntax suggests it was written in another language and poorly translated into English or that it was written by a non-native speaker in English. There were many examples of using a singular noun instead of a plural and without an article such as "a" or "the."

The narrator was good except for bursting into laughter at one point and mispronouncing words. When referring to lead ("led") poisoning, he pronounced it lead ("leed"). Yes, these things really happened.

The content of this book was repetitive and cited outdated references and didn't include anything that you couldn't find in a pamphlet in your doctor's waiting room but if lower quality.

Thanks for the refund, Audible. I'm only out the time on my morning commute.
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- Ed

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-22-2016
  • Publisher: Gideon Media Publishing