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Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults and Children

...is a chronic neurobehavioral disorder characterized by persistent and often acute distractibility,

By: Timothy E. Wilens

AD/HD: Helping Your Child

AD/HD: WHAT IT IS AND ISN’T


By: Warren Umansky, Ph.D. and Barbara Steinberg Smalley

Out of the Fog: Treatment Options and Coping Strategies For Adult Attention Deficit Disorder


By: Kevin R. Murphy Phd

Driven to Distraction


A book by Edward Hallowell and John Ratey which investigates the nature of Attention Deficit Disorder.


By: Edward Hallowell and John Ratey

Healing ADD Revised Edition

All-New Revised Edition Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is a national health crisis that continues to grow...

By: Daniel Amen

All About Attention Deficit Disorder: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment: Children and Adults.

By:Thomas Phelan

CHILDREN BOOK

PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

AUTISM GENERAL

AUTISM PARENT GUIDE

AUTISM CLINICAL

PARENT TEACHER GUIDE

PSYCHOLOGY

CATEGORY
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Autism is reaching epidemic proportions in this country and the world. To give you an idea of just how fast it’s growing, the U.S. population grew by 13% during the 1990s, disabilities grew at a rate of 16%, and autism grew at a rate of 172%! According to the Autism Society, within 10 years, the annual costs associated with care for individuals with autism will be $200–$400 billion dollars. Today, at least one out of 150 children born in the United States will develop autism. (In certain parts of the country, those rates are estimated to be 1 out of 100. Some predict that if by the year 2020 we do not make signifi­cant changes, 1 in every 10 children will be affected by autism. That’s why it’s so important to understand the predisposing factors that play a role in its develop­ment. With that understanding, we can not only help to recover those who are already affected, but can also help to prevent future cases and stem the tide of this epidemic.


Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.

Superparenting for ADD

With decades of experience working with ADD children, Dr. Edward Hallowell has long argued that ADD is too often misunderstood

By: Edward Hallowell

Meeting the ADD Challenge: A Practical Guide for Teachers


By: Michael J. Asher and Steven B. Gordon

The ADD Hyperactivity Workbook For Parents, Teachers, And Kids


By: Harvey C. Parker