Here are lists of some terrific ADHD Books, Apps, Links, and Tools to support you on your journey!
GREAT MIDDLE SCHOOL BOOKS WITH CHARACTERS WHO HAVE ADHD!
MORE GREAT BOOKS FOR KIDS & TEENS
OTHER GREAT BOOKS ON PARENTING & TEACHING
KIDS WITH ADHD & EXECUTIVE FUNCTION CHALLENGES:
Between Parent & Teenager by Dr. Haim Ginott
Buzz by Katherine Ellison
Empowering Youth with ADHD by Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, MCC, SCAC
The Essential Six Volume One, A Parent's Guide: How to Pave the Road to Self-Advocacy for College Students with Leanring Differences by Lorri Comeau and Mickey Cronin
This workbook's content focuses on the development of self-advocacy skills for students with learning differences, and how parents can help encourage and support their son(s) or daughter(s) along the way. It presents useful information to simplify the transition from high school to college through definitions of complex disability-related vocabulary, lists of questions that parents can ask their children to foster self-advocacy skills, and appendices with online resources and recommended readings for further research. Parents, high school guidance counselors, transition specialists, and college disability service personnel will find the information useful as they work to support their students.
Freeing Your Child from Negative Thinking by Tamar Chomsky
Helping Your Anxious Child by Rapee, Spence, Cobhan, and Wignall
The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Differences 15th Edition: 325+ Schools with Programs or Services for Students with ADHD, ASD, or Learning Differences (College Admissions Guides) by The Princeton Review: Marybeth Kravets and Imy Wax
Late Bloomers by Rich Karlgaard
Launching Into Young Adulthood with ADHD...Ready or Not! by Chris Dendy and Ruth Hughes
Learning Outside The Lines by Jonathon Mooney and David Cole
Lost at School by Ross Greene, Ph.D.
Marva Collins Way by Marva Collins
The Metacognitive Student: How to Teach Academic, Social, and Emotional Intelligence in Every Content Area (Your Guide to Metacognitive Instruction and Social-Emotional Learning by Richard K. Cohen, Deanne Kildare Opatosky, James Savage, Susan Olsen Stevens, and Edward P. Darrah
Mindfulness and Self-Compassion for Teen ADHD: Build Executive Functioning Skills, Increase Motivation, and Improve Self-Confidence by Mark Bertin MD, Karen Bluth PhD, and This unique guide will help you develop the skills you need to strengthen your executive functioning, foster the self-compassion essential to overcoming self-criticism often caused by ADHD, and gain the confidence and resilience necessary to take control of your ADHD—and your life
Mindset by Carol Dweck
The Motivation Breakthrough by Rick Lavoie
Ready or Not, Here Life Comes by Mel Levine, M.D.
Teenagers with ADD, ADHD, & Executive Function Deficits by Chris Z. Dendy and Ruth Hughes
The Self Esteem Teacher by Robert Brooks
Understanding Girls with ADHD: How They Feel and Why They Do What They Do by Kathleen Nadeau, Ellen Littman, and Patricia Quinn
ADDitude Magazine Be sure to look for Cindy's featured articles!
Attention Magazine (A benefit of CHADD membership) Be sure to look for Cindy's featured articles!
Understood Understood.org aims to give parents a direct path to the support they need most to make them feel more confident and capable, less frustrated and alone. I am proud to be on their board of Experts.
CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is the nation’s leading non-profit organization serving individuals with AD/HD and their families.
SocialThinking.com Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP, coined the term “Social Thinking” and helps educators, clinicians, professionals of all types, and parents/family members appreciate that social capabilities are integral to a person’s success in life, socially, academically, and professionally.
Think:Kids promotes the understanding that challenging kids lack the skill, not the will, to behave well – specifically skills related to problem-solving, flexibility and frustration tolerance. Unlike traditional models of discipline, their approach avoids the use of power, control and motivational procedures and instead focuses on teaching at-risk kids the skills they need to succeed.
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