Do you want to learn all of the treatment options available for your child? Would you like to learn proven techniques that can help kids with ADD succeed? Are you frustrated as a parent and need some help managing your child with ADD or ADHD? This audiobook, Kids With ADD, was designed as a resource for parents. It will teach you about the range of treatment options for kids with ADD, from medication, to diet and nutrition, behavior management strategies, and even brainwave entrainment.
Whether you want to use all natural methods, medication only, or a combination of everything, this audiobook will educate you about all of the different treatment options. As a parent, you can help influence and control your child's behavior by creating the best treatment plan for their needs. This audiobook will also teach you your rights within the school system, particularly in reference to getting your child the help or special education they may need.
Investigate all possible treatment options for your child with ADD or ADHD. Here is a list of the chapter titles included inside:
Chapter 1: Understanding ADD and ADHD In Children
Chapter 2: Diagnosing ADD/ADHD in Children
Chapter 3: Common Medication Options for Children With ADD/ADHD
Chapter 4: Nurturing the Positive Qualities of ADD/ADHD
Chapter 5: Behavior Management Strategies for Children with ADD/ADHD
Chapter 6: How To Use Diet and Nutrition to Regulate Behavior
Chapter 7: Advocating for Your Child Within the School System
Chapter 8: Partnering With Your Child's Teacher For Success in School
Chapter 9: Using Different Types of Visuals to Help Children With ADD/ADHD
Chapter 10: Brainwave Entrainment: What It Is and How It May Help Your Child
Discover what may work best for your child today! Start now by downloading this audiobook to your device today to learn more about Kids With ADD.
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thank you for the help. very insightful.
New to ADD
This book is for the parent who does not know much about ADD/ADHD. It provided a basis/crash course to introduce parents to the world of ADD, but it does not provide helpful hints or tips for parents who have been dealing with this diagnosis for a while.
- Nicole Martin