Books and Other Items for People with ADHD

book sprayOne of the best ways to figure out how to manage your own ADHD (and the ADHD of people you relate to) is to read about it. Here is a list of great books to check out: ebooks written by Hal Meyer and Susan Lasky (just following) as well as Hal’s pick of the best books and a whole slew of books available on the topic on Amazon.
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Behavioral Interventions for Parents of Children with ADD/ADHD:
Eleven pages of tips for parents of children with ADD, ADHD and related disorders.

Managing your Child with ADD/ADHD at Home: 34 pages of practical advice for parenting children with ADHD.

Managing Your Child with ADHD at School: 51 pages of wonderfully useful tips and strategies on how to help your child succeed in school

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Hal’s Picks of the ADHD Book World

Many of these books have an option to read a digital sample of the books.
On the linked-to landing page, look for the link to the digital version to download a sample chapter or two.
Don’t have a Kindle? Get one here.

All these books are available at Amazon.com. Just click on the title or the book and be redirected to exactly the right place.

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ADD & Loving ItADD & Loving It?!
Patrick McKenna and Rick Green | Format: DVD
Raising Girls with ADHD by James W. Forgan Ph.D., Mary Anne Richey M.S.Ed.
All ABout IEPs by Peter W.D. Wright and Pamela Darr Wright, MA, MSW and Sandra Webb O’Connor, M.Ed