Notice how your child gets easily distracted? Or how he has great difficulty concentrating or sitting still? Or how he has trouble making friends at school? These could just be some symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD , as it is commonly known.
Quite often than not, ADHD is easily overlooked by parents who belivetheir child will outgrow the behaviour. But if the disorder is not recognised and treated, it can affect the child's self-esteem and personal development.
So what exactly is ADHD? What are the signs? How do you handle a child with ADHD? Living with ADHD gives the necessary medical information about the discoder, types of treatment, and advice on handling hyperactive and inattentive children in an easy-to-rea format. A must-read for parents,parents-to-be, teachers and caregivers.
Living with ADHD is part of a series of handbooks on mental health in children written by mental health professionals from the Child Guidance Clinic. Titles in the series are:
- Discipline issues
- Divorce and broken homes
- Intelligence issues
- Learning difficulties
- Self-harm behaviours
- Sexuality issues
- Part 1 What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( ADHD)?
- Part 2 Changing concepts of ADHD and early treatment
- Part 3 Common misconceptions about ADHD
- Part 4 The causes of ADHD
- Part 5 Associated disorders of ADHD
- Part 6 Assessing your child
- Part 7 Treating your child with medication
- Part 8 Other treatments
|ISBN||: 9812325794 (ปกอ่อน) 63 หน้า|
|ขนาด||: 175 x 175 x 5 มม.|
|น้ำหนัก||: 115 กรัม|
|สำนักพิมพ์||: Times Edition|