Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Sydney Walker III.|
|LC Classifications||RJ506.H9 W35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 211 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||77014395|
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“The Hyperactive Child Book contains a comprehensive review of information about raising, treating, and educating a child with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder. The book will be useful to parents, teachers, and health care professionals in their efforts to provide for the ADHD child.” ―Harvey C. Parker, Ph.D, Children with Attetion Deficit Disorders (CH.A.D.D.) “With the appearance of this book 5/5(2). Even as a child gets older and progresses from adolescence to the early teens, there are books that can help the child cope with the ever-changing demands of living with ADHD. If your child is very young, you will want to read and discuss the book : Keath Low. Poor grades and low self-esteem are not your child's destiny. In this easy-to-read book you'll discover information that will help you understand ADD and ADHD. This book contains findings that your doctor may not have told you. Learn about:Nutritional approaches to ADD and ADHDEffective learning methods for your unique youngsterFoods that sootheHow to build up your child in faith and loveHow 5/5(2). Voted Book of the Year by Creative Child Magazine, Squirmy Wormy is a wonderful little children's book about a boy named Tyler, who has autism and SPD. Together with Tyler, the reader learns about SPD, and what everyday therapies he can do by himself feel better.
Although hyperactive children can be difficult to teach, knowing the reasons for their behavior can be helpful in establishing strategies to deal with the situation. Providing structured classroom activities, personal attention, as well as positive expectations and warmth, are good strategies to follow for hyperactive children, as well as for all students. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walker, Sydney. Help for the hyperactive child. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (OCoLC) Document Type. His other books include Help for the Hyperactive Child, Psychiatric Signs and Symptoms Due to Medical Problems, and A Dose of Sanity. Sydney Walker III, M.D., is a board-certified neuropsychiatrist, Director of the Southern California Neuropsychiatric Institute, . Help for the Hyperactive Child: A Good-Sense Guide for Parents of Children with Hyperactivity Hyperactive Children Grown Up, Second Edition: ADHD in Children, Adolescents, and Adults The Hyperactive Child, Adolescent, and Adult: Attention Deficit Disorder through the Lifespan Raising.