The ADHD BOOK: Living Right Now provides responsible, empathic, and extremely useful information for families and teachers. The book focuses on impulse control, over-reaction, foresight, and organization problems as key difficulties in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The text summarizes the best home, school and medical treatments. Chapters include: ADHD--More Problems than We Expected; Home Survival Techniques; School Strategies; Medication Treatments; Chapter for Kids to Read; Summary Chapter--Living as if There Were Only Four Seconds Left; and Further Reading with Internet Resources. The ADHD BOOK: Living Right Now has been very well reviewed by professionals and parents: "In my estimation it is by far one of the very best, if not the best, site of information for parents and children on ADHD.....I really like your child chapter. It's excellent, readable, short and to the point. Your hard work is an inspiration to us all." ---Gayle M. Bell, Ed.S., Educational Specialist, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. // "I want to commend you on a superb book to which I refer my patients to on a regular basis. I have also referred many of my colleagues to your information, both paediatricians and psychologists. All agree that it has remarkable insight into parental problems, and an ability to relate to the core of many problems for both the paediatrician and the parent." ---Shaun Lucash, MD. FRCPC, Winnipeg, Canada.// Martin L. Kutscher, M.D. is Board Certified in Pediatrics and in Neurology, with Special Competency in Child Neurology. He graduated from Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Kutscher currently practices in White Plains, New York; and is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and of Neurology at the New York Medical College. The doctor has written and lectured frequently on the topic, with more than 15 years of experience diagnosing and treating families affected by ADHD.
This volume provides responsible, empathic, and useful information for families and teachers. The book focuses on impulse control, over-reaction, foresight, and organization problems as key difficulties in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.