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"an ADD/ADHD survival guide written expressly for children and teens with advice from 12 teens and young adults living with the condition; additionally, an invaluable ""cliff notes"" ADHD guide for parents; includes advice, pictures, cartoons, scientific drawings, 10 appendices containing diagnostic criteria, FAQs, scientific explanations, medicaton tips, and an ADHD dictionary. "
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Chris Abney Zeigler Dendy, M.S.: An author with over 35 years experience as a former teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor and administrator, national consultant on children’s mental heath and child advocate. She presents nationally and internationally on ADD and ADHD. Her books draw upon her extensive professional experience and more importantly on her personal experience of parenting two grown sons with ADD/ADHD. Her publications include two popular books,Teenagers with ADD & Teaching Teens with ADD and ADHD, and two videos, Teen to Teen: The ADD Experience and Father to Father: the ADD Experience.
Alex Zeigler, B.S.: Alex is a young adult who is coping successfully with his ADD. He designed the cover for this book, did the layout design, plus drew the technical drawings. In addition, he has given presentations about the challenges of living with an attention deficit at numerous conferences, including the National CHADD conference. He is a college graduate with a major in Forensics and a minor in Computer Science. While in college, he provided computer consultation and designed webpages. He was elected president of his criminal justice fraternity. Currently he is working as a graphic artist and layout designer.From School Library Journal:
Grade 5 Up-Dendy, a former teacher and mental health counselor, collaborated with her son, who was diagnosed with ADD as a child, to produce this "survival guide" to help kids with attention deficit cope with life. The book introduces 12 young people (ranging in age from 12 to 18) and describes their struggles with ADD/ADHD issues. Chapter two deals with 13 common challenges of these disorders (e.g., disorganization, impulsivity, inattention, procrastination) and includes advice from the teens. Next, the authors move to potential hot-button issues, including schools and IEPs, medication, driving, and friendships. The appendixes are chock-full of easy-to-understand information about how the brain works, the difference between the two conditions, and strategies for success in school. Black-and-white photos of the teen contributors and computer-generated cartoons appear throughout. This is a pick-it-up, read-a-bit, and set-it-down kind of nonfiction, and the text is to the point and list filled. A very practical resource.-Linda Beck, Indian Valley Public Library, Telford, PA
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