Helping Hyperactive Kids : Techniques and Tips for Parents and Professionals, Paperback Book

Helping Hyperactive Kids : Techniques and Tips for Parents and Professionals Paperback

4 out of 5 (2 ratings)


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Hunter House Inc.,U.S.
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  • Category: Advice on parenting
  • ISBN: 9780897934817

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A handy reference book in easy-to-read language offering helpful ideas for assisting hyperactive children. I expect parents and caregivers are the primary target, as there is very little provided in the way of research regarding the author's conclusion.

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This book is very well written. It is meant for parents and teachers and is done in an easy to read and succinct manner. It touches on every aspect of sensory integration. You will find information here on smell, taste, touch, vision, the effect of the environment in general, and more. It won me over with the sentence All children need discipline. It has been my experience that many parents whose children receive a diagnosis of anything that affects behavior, simply throw up their hands in resignation and say “There is nothing I can do, he/she has¬¬ _______________. This benefits no one, least of all the child. I always wonder if these parents have ever considered that their child will one day be an adult, with these same issues and their lives will be more difficult than it has to be. It is hard work to raise any child, more difficult when the child needs a little extra help. The information in this book will help the parents identify possible problems and give suggestions on how to begin to help their child. There is a lot of very useful information here, as well as explanations. It is not a book that says do this, because I say so, it is one that says do this, and here is why. It tells you how to do it, when to do it and gently guides you through the difficulties that you will face while you do it. I work in a special needs school. None of my own children had issues of this kind. I see sensory issues on a daily basis, often exhibited in the most extreme ways. I have attended in-services on sensory integration, and work with it every day. Helping Hyperactive Kids- A Sensory Integration Approach is a book is meant to address these issues in typical children, but I feel that it is also a valuable resource for me, and the team that I work with. I have already benefited from the information provided.

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