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Overcoming ADHD Without Medication: A Parent and Educator's Guidebook

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What is ADHD? What are the symptoms? What can parents do to help children overcome ADHD? How can this be accomplished without medication? What drugs are being used for ADHD are they effective? What are the side effects? What can educators do to help? What about childhood depression? Can anything be done to help children naturally? These and many more questions are answered...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published November 15th 2009 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Sarah
Association for Youth, Children and Natural Psychology. Overcoming ADHD Without Medication: A Guidebook for Parents and Teachers. Newark: NorthEast Books and Publishing. 2012.

Taking as its premise the idea that ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is currently too frequently diagnosed (the authors tell us that three to ten percent of children in every state are diagnosed with the disorder) and that medications, specifically stimulants and antidepressants, for the condition are over-...more
Henk-Jan van der Klis
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can often be overcome through lifestyle changes. Over-Medication and over-diagnosis don’t cure at all. David Rabiner – Overcoming ADHD Without Medication: A Guidebook for Parents, Teachers compliles the latests insights, research results and recommended further reading on this topic. Causes for ADHD like behaviours (the authors keep away from labels like ‘being ADHD’ or ‘having ADHD’) may be nutrition (too much sugars, think of the snacks, unhealth...more
Aaron
I am a firm believer that kids should not be medicated. I thought this book would go in depth on different interventions to use. What the book actually is is a brief (sometimes very brief) list of ideas. I say ideas because the author just says in every section, "one study suggests...". I guess I wanted something more than a 125 pg meta-analysis; I wanted the meat and potatoes.
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