This book provides an in-depth look at attention deficit disorder (ADD) from childhood to adulthood. It offers strategies for recognizing and coping with ADD, as well as advice on how to get the most out of treatment.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who have Attention Deficit Disorder. It will help them to better understand their disorder and learn strategies on how to cope with it.
- It provides an in-depth look at ADD from childhood to adulthood.
- It offers strategies for recognizing and coping with ADD.
- It provides advice on how to get the most out of treatment.
- The book can be repetitive at times
- It does not provide a lot of scientific evidence
- The author is biased
Learn more about the author
It is written by Edward M. Hallowell who, as a Harvard-trained psychiatrist, brings to the book both professional and first-hand experience in diagnosing and treating ADD patients.
“I would recommend this book to anyone who has ADD or knows someone with ADD. It is an extremely informative and helpful resource.”
“This book is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to better understand ADD. It provides lots of information on both the diagnosis and treatment of ADD, as well as real-life examples from people who have lived with it.”
“This is an amazing book! Dr. Hallowell has done a great job of explaining ADD in a way that makes perfect sense. If you have ADD or know someone who does, this book is definitely worth reading.”
“This book has been very helpful to me. I’m a teacher and have several students with ADD in my classroom. It gives me some great strategies for how to help them succeed.”