Creating Kids Who Can Concentrate : Proven Strategies for Beating ADD without Drugs Paperback
This book is about success and transformation. It shows how, with patience and energy, parents and teachers can turn a child who is noisy, clumsy and forgetful into a child who is calm, careful, thoughtful and attentive - without the aid of drugs which are so often and controversially prescribed for what is labelled ADD. With their groundbreaking methods, Jean Robb and Hilary Letts have had impressive results and in this practical and realistic book they show how to effectively develop a child's potential in a remarkably short time.
Giving their expert guidance on dealing with disruptive or bizarre behaviour, they also show how to bring on a child's innate skills - and how every child is capable of overcoming the problem - and the label.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 01/04/2002
- Category: Teaching of students with emotional & behavioural difficulties
- ISBN: 9780340820445
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Review by TheoClarke
Aimed primarily at parents, this is a useful pragmatic guide for teachers too although I found its structure to be a bit too chatty and disjointed in places.