How NOT to Murder your ADHD Kid: Instead Learn How To Be Your Child's Own ADHD Coach!
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I've learnt more from this book about how to help and support our son than I have in 4 years listening to 'professionals'" Working with ADHD children and adolescents for ten years in private practice, Sarah has seen first-hand the road from ‘stroppy kid’ via ‘naughty teen’ to ‘young offender’ and is committed to helping teachers understand their ADHD students before things get out of hand. Sarah is an expert in all things ADHD. She works so successfully with ADHD clients because she understands the condition from the inside out” Dr Belda, ADHD Psychiatrist
Sarah understands ADHD from the inside out and is passionate about turning kids lives around”. Dr Read, ADHD Psychiatrist I’d brought it to help me with my son but actually found it vey enlightening and reassuring for me. I’m newly diagnosed and found this book just cemented things for me. A must read/listen for anyone involved with individuals who have ADHD - parents, care givers, family, teachers!!!The book helping support parents with childern of ADHD, was released in April 2021. Subsequently, the ADHD book has immediately resonated with parents not only in Britain but worldwide. It has been selling like hotcakes ever since. ABOUT THE BOOK Sarah Templeton is a vocal advocate for change and believes The ADHD Act is long overdue. She very much hopes this Act will ensure ~ It fits with my gentle parenting approach apart from the reward system idea but that in itself has encouraged me to think and challenge my existing parenting beliefs – actually if my little one has ADHD then he may struggle with intrinsic motivation (as pushed by gentle parenting) and might well need more extrinsic support, eg rewards. I know I do far better chasing a reward / goal in life, and I can set my own but little dude doesn’t have those skills yet.
Personally, this is my favourite so far. I think it’s brilliant. Probably because I like humour to get through my day and this has loads of that. The insight that she has from having ADHD herself really helps to put the points across. This is my new go-to book for sure. Reading this book has given me unbelievable insight to my sons brain and how it works, which feels like a super power into helping him to get the help and understanding he needs to thrive.Desperate for help with your ADHD children? Tearing your hair out trying to understand why they don’t react or behave like other kids? Wanting to do the right thing – but not a clue what that is? Help is at hand! Sarah clearly is an expert in her field – both with lived experience and through training and study and crucially, practice and with loads of ADHD folk and families. It’s a powerful combination.
My son was diagnosed with ADHD a few months ago, it was very clear to me that that was what his condition was but I didn’t understand it, I knew about it, I knew what traits he had and what he was like but I couldn’t explain why he does the things he does.This book features pioneering research that provides new insight into preventing ADHD from becoming a major obstacle in a child’s (and parent’s) life….Parents will appreciate having this book on hand, and teachers will want a copy to show parents who are ready for a resource.” —Intervention in School and Clinic(on the first edition) Are you tearing your hair out trying to understand why your ADHD child doesn't behave like other kids? after listening to a couple of other ADHD kid books, I stumbled on this one. The content is excellent. Even if you are in the US, there is very little that doesn't apply. The narration is great and the personal humor comes across well in the way only an author can express.